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2010-2011 SEUPRSSA Officers

Congratulations to the 2010-2011 SEUPRSSA Officers!

President: Courtney Medford

Vice President: Veronica Adamcik

Public Relations Director: Blaire Kniffin

Communications Director: Brian Brown

Event Coordinator: Issa Galvan

Treasurer: Eleanor Solomon

Liason: Eddie Rojas

The 2010-2011 SEUPRSSA Officers

Hilltoppers Attend PRSSA National Assembly in Hometown

This week seven St. Edward’s University students will attend the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Assembly.  For the first time, the National Assembly will be hosted at the Hyatt Regency hotel in downtown Austin.

The PRSSA National Assembly will host students and elected Chapter delegates from 248 universities nationwide. PRSSA members will receive leadership training as well as vote on the National Committee representatives. The conference will include a Day of Competition sponsored by the CW network and numerous keynote speakers.  The Assembly begins on Thursday, March 11th and continues through Sunday, March 14th.

“We are very excited to have the National Assembly hosted in our hometown, because it provides our chapter with a greater opportunity to send students who want to participate and get involved,” said Ally Hugg, St. Edward’s PRSSA Chapter President.  

Local PRSSA Chapters at The University of Texas, Texas State, and St. Edward’s University , along with the Austin PRSA Chapter, will be hosting a “Networking Bingo” that will give students a chance to meet each other and network with Austin area communication professionals. This opportunity will allow students to work on interviewing skills, and discuss recruitment opportunities following Assembly activities on Friday, March 13th at 5:30PM at the Hyatt.

The St. Edward’s University Chapter will be live Tweeting from the Assembly and the “Networking Bingo” from @SEUPRSSA and from personal Twitter accounts. Students will also be posting information on the Chapter blog and Facebook account.
                                                                                                                                              
Contact:
Courtney Medford
St. Edward’s PRSSA Secretary
cmedfor@stedwards.edu

St.Edward’s PRSSA National Assembly Attendees

The PRSSA National Assembly is only one week away. Our Chapter is very excited that the event will be taking place in Austin this year, as this is our home. We hope to meet lots of students from all over the country and look forward to sharing the city with them.

Our Chapter has elected a delegate, Courtney Medford, to represent our Chapter vote in the Assembly.

We will also be sending several non-delegates to the Assembly.

  • Ally Hugg – SEUPRSSA President
  • Sara Roberts – SEUPRSSA Vice President
  • Ginny Torok – SEUPRSSA Director of Recruitment
  • Eddie Rojas – SEUPRSSA member
  • Veronica Adamcik – SEUPRSSA member
  • Brian Brown – SEUPRSSA member

So, if you’ll be in Austin for National Assembly, be sure to find us! We’re happy to chat and show you around the town. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter for live updates from the Assembly.

SEU PRSSA Art Show a Success

Last week our PRSSA Chapter hosted an Art Show at St. Edward’s University. What a fun event to host on a rainy Friday evening. We featured 7 artists from the Austin community who proudly displayed their work in Mabee Ballroom. With good snacks and friends, the Art Show was a hit. Students passing by stopped in to view art work and listen to the featured band – Crowded Hill. One lucky guest even won a lovely painting in the silent auction. With a small door donation, our PRSSA Chapter was able to raise funding for upcoming events – such as the PRSSA National Assembly, which will be held in Austin this year. The Art Show was a great experience both for those attending and for the members who helped prepare for the event. Members gained valuable experience in event planning, organization, and promotion. We look forward to hosting a similar event in the future.  Below you will find some pictures from the event. Please feel free to inquire about any of the artists. Also be sure to check out the video clip of Crowded Hill’s performance. Thanks again to everyone who came out to support our Chapter and the artists.


Wyatt Brand Looking for Spring Interns

Do your thing. We’ll tell everyone! That’s the motto of Wyatt Brand, an Austin-based public relations/branding/design agency. We’re looking for the right interns to support our work for clients primarily in the arts/entertainment, nonprofit/social services, and publishing industries. Stop by WyattBrand.com to see our full list of services and clients. As business grows, we need assistance in all areas: media list management and research, calendar listings and press releases, event planning and staffing and—for design internships—graphic design under direction. Candidates must be focused on and enthusiastic about our core services and clientele as well as be personally put-together, punctual, and able to make decisions with tact and discretion. We’re looking for interns who are fun, self-motivated, industrious, detail-oriented, clever, and genuinely want to learn.

Requirements of this unpaid internship are at least two semesters of undergraduate study, ability to be professional, a positive attitude toward work, and a level of familiarity with MS Office. Please have interested candidates submit a resume and an introductory note to info@wyattbrand.com – no phone calls please. Deadline to submit is November 2, interviews will be held in early November.

Meeting Tonight, Sept. 30th @ 7:00PM in Moody 204

Due to recent events in RAGS, our meeting tonight will be held in Moody 204

John D. Graham Scholarship Opportunity

In September 2009, will you be a public relations junior or senior? If so, we invite you to participate in the $5,000 John D. Graham Scholarship competition, an award presented by the PRSA Foundation, Inc. and sponsored by Fleishman-Hillard International Communications.

Application requirements are described below. There is no limit to the number of applicants from a PRSSA Chapter in good standing, and applicants do not have to be affiliated with PRSSA.

Winners will be announced and the scholarship presented at the Annual Awards Ceremony during the PRSSA 2009 National Conference in San Diego.

Entries will be judged by a committee of public relations professionals who will select the scholarship recipient, and award two Honorable Mention certificates.

The PRSA Foundation currently awards 12 scholarships annually via six scholarship funds. The John D. Graham Scholarship is being given for the first time this year.

Please click here for detailed information from PRSSA website