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Love at First Glance: How Advertising Catches the Consumer

Wednesday, February 8, 2016 at 2 p.m.
BBC, Kopenhaver Center, AC2, Rm 252


Moderator: Margo Berman, Professor SCJ

Panelists:
Tina Varjabedian, Marketing and Communications Manager, Aventura Mall
Juan Valente, Associate Creative Director, Zimmerman Advertising
Noël Valentine Walter, Beauty Advisor, Tom Ford Beauty, Saks Fifth Avenue/Brickell


More information: here
SCJ students in FIU News

FIU’s School of Communication + Journalism students participating in the SCJ Mobile Virtual Reality Lab were recently featured on FIU News for their work on VirtualEYES, a extension of the student-and-faculty produced Eyesontherise.org project.

Their work can be viewed at http://eyesontherise.org/virtualeyes/ and the article is available at http://news.fiu.edu/2017/01/students-push-storytelling-boundaries-using-virtual-reality/107743

http://eyesontherise.org/virtualeyes/

 
Kopenhaver Center Conference: “Women in Communication: Breaking the Barriers.”

Thursday, April 20, 2017
Biscayne Bay Campus
Wolfe Auditorium


The Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver Center for the Advancement of Women in Communication at Florida International University’s School of Communication, Architecture and the Arts to invites you to become a sponsor for the center’s Second Annual Conference, “Women in Communication: Breaking the Barriers.”

This national one-day conference on April 20, 2017, will bring together industry professionals and scholars from around the country to discuss and analyze a broad range of topics focused on the theme of “Breaking the Barriers – What do we go from here?”

Conference participants will explore the role of women in leadership positions in the fields of advertising, broadcasting, digital media, newspapers, public relations and magazines.


More information: here
CARTA@BBC is a bi-monthly newsletter showcasing CARTA events and activities at the Biscayne Bay Campus. It will be published every other Monday, beginning Jan. 19, 2017, and will go to all CARTA faculty, staff and students.

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