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I also read coverage and make sure publications mention our clients in a positive way. Honestly, taking Digital Identities WRT with George Rhinehart shaped my online presence and how I want to be perceived in the job market; it helped me go in a new direction with my social media and professional personality.
I encourage students who are seniors or juniors to take this class because you will learn so much about social media and brand content. She currently works as a copywriter for Virtucom Groupwriting in a variety of genres, working on "blog posts, case studies, landing pages, articles, sponsored content, location pages, product descriptions and more for a variety of clients of all sizes and industries.
In addition to her writing responsibilities, she says, "I'm also part of my company's inbound marketing team and do a lot of image processing work.
She adds, "when the weather is nice, you can find me exploring waterfalls in the area or riding my bike at Onondaga Lake Park. In her role at Spark, Alexa works on a strategy team for its Taco Bell account.
Aside from working in the ad industry, Alexa, who also minored in English and Textual Studies, has developed a passionate interest in fashion.
Still, there were times when my teachers assigned rhetorical writing assignments. In those moments, I found myself fervently arguing and reveling in the act of using my words in order to illuminate relevant issues to my audience. When I transferred from an English Education major at another university to SU, I knew that I wanted to keep writing as part of my major somehow.
I joined the Writing and Rhetoric Major because I knew that it would challenge and expand my abilities as a writer. Through the major, I found a deeper passion for research through writing.
The last three years studying in this department have not only challenged me as a writer, but as an individual too. Of course, as a writing program, my classes emphasized writing tropes, tools, and style.
This was invaluable to my writing as a whole. However, more importantly, I found that my writing improved and expanded in depth because of the way the professors in this program pushed every student to think and research beyond our comfort zones.
By this, I mean that writing in the Writing and Rhetoric Major is more than a discussion about tools and style. She says writing helps her with email proposals, sales and marketing sheets, as well as business plans. She lists moving to Chicago as a personal milestone. The idea of everything, from words to messages, to design having meaning and conveying a message has helped me in forming ideas of the type of marketing career I want.So you’re interested in starting an Alumni Association?
The purpose of an association is to foster a spirit of loyalty and to promote the general welfare of your organization.
#UNLVGrad. More than , Amazing Alumni make us Different, Daring, and Diverse. Although the concept is quite simple - writing stories about very old Yale alumni - the hardest part of the job, I imagine, lies in the research required to actually write the story. Imagine that for every issue of the Yale Alumni Magazine, Judith digs up a new story from the Yale archives.
Erin Karper, '98, is an associate professor in the English department at Niagara University where she teaches first-year composition, professional writing, visual rhetoric, and writing for the Web, as well as directing the writing studies minor and serving as the acting director of the first-year composition program.
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Update: 3/8/ Jaclyn reports that she has successfully defended her masters thesis—"Public Memory, Tourism, and Galveston’s Selective Heritage: A Rhetorical Analysis of the Elissa"—and will begin Phd work at the University of Maryland in the fall.