Lambda Pi Eta Hosts COMM Week


Lambda Pi Eta, the national communication honors fraternity, will host COMM Week March 27-31. Communication majors and minors can attend multiple events to feel more connected, informed and ready to lead within the Communications Department.

Professor Research Panel Time
7-8:30 p.m.
March 27
Baldwin Little Theatre
Topics that may be discussed include disclosing infidelity in intimate relationships, presidential debate negotiation, using humor as argument, social media and interpersonal relationships in the speech and debate community.

What I Wish I Knew

6-8 p.m.
March 28
Barnett Hall 1221
This biannual event is designed for lowerclassmen to gain insight and helpful tips from upperclassmen in the communication major. This is open to anyone interested in taking a communication course, regardless of declared major or minor. The topics for the night include what order to take classes, which classes pair well together in a semester, professors teaching styles, grading scale and more.

Internship Forum and Networking

5 p.m.
March 29
Barnett Hall 1221
Michelle Kleine, associate professor of communication, is organizing her annual internship forum where students can hear from upperclassmen communication students about their experiences completing an internship for credit. Refreshments will be provided.

KC IABC Career Roadshow

6:30 p.m.
March 29
Barnett Hall 1221
Hear from the Kansas City chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators about how they are utilizing their communication degree. It is a networking event for anyone interested in a job/internship related to public relations, social media, organizational communication, journalism and more.

Open House at Barnett

6-8 p.m.
March 30
Barnett Hall Atrium
Learn more about Lambda Pi Eta, Advertising and Public Relations club, forensics, UpChuckles, KTRM, KTRM Studios Show and The Index.

Social Event for COMM Students and Faculty

6-8 p.m.
March 31
DuKum Inn
An opportunity for students to hang out with communication faculty members outside of the typical classroom environment. Students do not have to be 21 years old to attend the event.
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