Alloway named to P1 Learning advisory board

Alloway named to P1 Learning advisory board

Tuesday, May 22, 2018 - 10:45am
Alloway headshot
Alloway has taught at the CoJMC for 30 years. (Photo by Jessie Addleman, Daily Nebraskan)
Alloway at the P1 advisory board
P1 Learning is a Kansas City-based media training organization that creates and develops short video training courses for professionals on-the-go.

Rick Alloway, associate professor in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications (CoJMC) and general manager of 90.3 KRNU, was named to the advisory board for P1 Learning.

 “This appointment solidifies our partnership with P1 Learning to enhance professional development opportunities for media professionals and journalists in the Midwest,” said Amy Struthers, CoJMC interim dean. “As part of a land grant university, we are privileged to have the opportunity to participate in the development of our industries outside the classroom and in the community.”

 P1 Learning is a Kansas City-based media training organization that creates and develops short video training courses for professionals on-the-go. The organization offers training in a wide variety of topics including media sales, employee onboarding, leadership and business.

 “I am excited for the opportunity to work with P1 Learning to enhance training opportunities for working professionals,” said Alloway. “Learning and development are life-long endeavors that don’t end at graduation. This partnership will allow the college to extend its mission beyond the campus.”