Student Organization Expo
We are pleased to share this year’s Murrow Symposium with many of our student organizations! Tuesday, March 27, in the Senior Ballroom you will have the opportunity to learn more about opportunities available for students—membership information, activities and how to get involved. Get active in one of our student clubs and get directly involved with the communication industry!
KHQ provides local news, breaking news, weather, sports and information for the Inland Northwest including Spokane, Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Deer Park, Moscow, Pullman and surrounding areas.
Be at the center of a vibrant community of students with tons of professional connections who all have the same goal of entering the fields of public relations, marketing, and communications. Enhance your knowledge in PR and gain access to professional development. Network and make connections with PR professionals and leaders. Build your resume through applied experience. Engage in events, practical implementation of special projects and add to your portfolio.
ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN COMMUNICATION
The Association for Women in Communications is a professional organization that since 1909 has championed the advancement of women across all communication disciplines.The WSU chapter helps prepare women for various communication fields by fostering networking opportunities through job shadows and guest speakers. It also emphasizes community service, they have participated in such programs as the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. The WSU/AWC chapter has been recognized nationally 19 times for excellence, including Outstanding Chapter, Outstanding Fundraiser, and Outstanding Recruitment.
CABLE 8 PRODUCTIONS
Cable 8 Productions, WSU’s award-winning student-run television station, gives students the opportunity to apply their skills to create, produce, direct, and air their own original programs. Students gain extensive hands-on experience in television production, operations, sales, promotion, and management. Students working on Cable 8 programs will use a wide variety of field and studio equipment. Whether you want to produce a documentary, direct a music video, or just want to be part of our awesome sales department, Cable 8 is always on the lookout for energetic, dedicated, and creative people! No experience is necessary, and all majors are welcome.
KJEM, whose call letters are derived from J. Elroy McCaw’s initials, is the fabulous jazz station in the Northwest Public Radio (NWPR) group, the largest National Public Radio network in the Pacific Northwest. Unlike other NWPR stations, KJEM will be run by students under the guidance of NWPR’s professional management team. The station is part of the Washington State University Murrow College “teaching hospital” model, which provides students with hands-on training in real-world environments.
KUGR is an on-campus radio station which will launch its new hybrid format in fall 2011. The station will play a mix of top 40 (contemporary hits), charted alternative and charted triple-A during automated hours. Students have the opportunity to host a two-hour weekly radio show from political talk to sports and everything in between. Some shows have become popular because of the interesting musical personality of their playlists. KUGR also carries selected Cougar sports such as basketball and baseball, which students can call live.