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From first generation UCM student to first time international traveler

You may or may not know that many UCM students are first generation college students. Likewise, most students wanting to travel with us in December to the Land Down Under will be first time international travelers. It’s a terrific opportunity … Continue reading

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It Really Is All About Strategy

By: Tom Heapes Time for a quick humble brag from the UCM PR Program. I’m very proud of my colleagues Dr. Tricia Hansen-Horn and Dr. Adam Horn. In addition to being all around quality people, they are also really, really … Continue reading

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Workforce Skills: How to Prepare While Still in School

Today’s guest post is from PR Program alumna Brooklyn Lutz, who comes to us all the way from Canada.  Attending university has become a right of passage for many young Americans, as bachelor’s degrees are often viewed as the minimum … Continue reading

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How UCM’s PR Program Cultivated a Lifelong Friendship

Guest post by PR alums Danielle Myers and Cara Mahon In the public relations field, we talk a lot about never burning bridges because you’ll never know when you might need a favor or support. The same holds true for … Continue reading

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It’s Your First Day on the Job. Now What?

By Jen (Manougian) Zoller 2007 UCM Alum, Managing Supervisor, Healthcare PR, TogoRun (New York, NY) If you’ve accepted an offer for your first PR job, congratulations and welcome to the real world of PR professionals! 

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Your Professor Has A Point

Guest post by Maggie Quinn, UCM PR Program Alumna Individuals perusing this blog will surely come to the conclusion that the UCM PR Program offers students a unique experience as they pursue undergraduate degrees. 

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Avoiding the dreaded CCS

You may have heard the parable about the cobbler’s children having no shoes. Of course getting the meaning behind the story assumes you know what a cobbler does (did) for a living. If we want to understand modern Cobbler’s Child … Continue reading

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