The School supports six student organizations, two tied to each of our majors.
Integrated Strategic Communication
Ad Club, a chapter of the American Advertising Federation
Adviser: Dr. Alyssa Eckman
Public Relations Student Society of America (national organization member)
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Adviser: Dr. Scott Whitlow
National Association of Black Journalists (national organization member)
Adviser: Lisa A. Brown
Society of Professional Journalists (national organization member)
Advisers: Prof. Al Cross and Dr. Mike Farrell
Media Arts and Studies
Grehan Recording Group
Adviser: Prof. John Clark
Media Arts and Studies Society
Adviser: Dr. Jim Hertog
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