“The New Generation of Communicators”
Presented by: Mackenzie McDaniel and Gina Noble
Wed., Feb. 20, 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
OSU-Tulsa, 700 N. Greenwood
In a few months, a new crop of communications graduates will enter the job market. Sure, they’ll be well-versed in communication theory and writing in AP Style. But, this new generation of communicators has grown up with email, smartphones, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. What new ideas, skill sets and experiences should you expect of them? And besides a job and a paycheck, what attributes and qualities might recent grads be seeking of your organization as a prospective employer?
Join us Feb. 20, as Mackenzie McDaniel and Gina Noble team up to share the perspectives of a future college graduate and a professor tasked with educating and helping students prepare for communications in the real world.
All about Mackenzie
Mackenzie McDaniel is a senior at Oklahoma State University – Stillwater, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Strategic Communications. Following her upcoming graduation in May, she plans to pursue a career in the communications, marketing or public relations fields. Mackenzie has been involved in a variety of organizations and has held numerous leadership positions. She also was one of 48 OSU students recognized as a “Senior of Significance” based on her leadership skills, academic excellence and community service.
All about Gina
Gina J. Noble is a clinical assistant professor in the School of Media & Strategic Communications at OSU. In addition to her teaching responsibilities, she serves as the Strategic Communications internship adviser, Public Relations Student Society of America adviser, and adviser for Innovative State Student-Run Strategic Communications Firm. Before becoming a professor, Gina spent more than 10 years working in nonprofit public relations, advertising, marketing and development.