Two OSU-Tulsa faculty honored at national AEJMC conference
| Fullerton and McKinnon
OSU-Tulsa faculty Dr. Jami Fullerton, Peggy Layman Welch chair of strategic communications, and Dr. Lori McKinnon, associate professor of strategic communications, were recently honored at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s (AEJMC) annual conference in Washington, D.C.
Fullerton and McKinnon, who teach undergraduate and graduate courses in the OSU School of Media and Strategic Communications, earned “Top Paper” honors from the public relations division for their research study, “Public Relations Students’ Ethics: An Examination of Attitude and Intended Behaviors.” The paper was among the nearly 900 academic research studies presented at the conference by journalism and mass communication university faculty and students across the country.
Fullerton and her research partner, Dr. Alice Kendrick, professor of advertising at the Temerlin Advertising Institute at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts, also received the AEJMC’s 2013 Advertising Division Outstanding Service Award, which recognizes a career-long commitment to the organization.
Fullerton has served on the executive committee for the AEJMC Advertising Division as a research chair and division head. She and Kendrick also serve as co-editors of the Journal of Advertising Education, which is published by the organization.
Learn ways to get involved on campus at Student Organization Fair
Students can learn about opportunities to get involved on campus during the Student Organization Fair hosted by Campus Life this Monday through Thursday from 3:30-5 p.m. in the North Hall Lobby.
Members of student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions and provide information about each organization’s mission, meeting times and membership benefits. There are more than 10 undergraduate and graduate student organizations that bring students together to make friends, build skills, network with professionals and enjoy campus and community activities.
For more information about student organizations, visit the Campus Life website or call 918-594-8450.
Subway to host open house with free sandwiches, cookies
The new management of the on-campus Subway, located in North Hall, will host an open house on Tuesday from 3-5 p.m. to welcome students, faculty and staff back for the fall semester. Visitors will be treated to free sandwich samples, cookies and iced tea.
In addition, Subway will offer six-inch cold cut, ham or meatball subs for the special price of $2 throughout the day.
Subway is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Registration open for fall intramural sports
Students can now register to compete in a number of intramural sports. Fall leagues include basketball, flag football, soccer and volleyball. Tournaments and special competitions include golf, badminton, pickleball, softball, power lifting and a Boo-yah Sprint-a-thon on Halloween.
OSU-Tulsa partners with Tulsa Community College, University of Oklahoma-Tulsa and Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow to offer students a full schedule of intramural activities.
Registration deadlines and locations vary. For more information, contact the OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center at 918-594-8126.