Academic Programs and Resource Fair

I had the chance to represent the Marketing department at the 2016 programs and resource fair. This opportunity allowed students to talk to faculty about the different things that their departments offer. This environment also allows faculty to get to know students that we wouldn't otherwise get to interact with.

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Panelist for the High Impact Practices Committee

High impact teaching practices increasingly rely on high-quality classroom teaching and learning technology to access electronic and internet-based teaching tools. These teaching practices are critical to SLCC carrying out its core themes of transfer and workforce education.

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Hands-on Marketing Internship for SLCC Students

During the 2016 Fall semester, 3 SLCC students officially launched the hands-on marketing internship partnered with Twistlab Marketing, a Utah top 20 Ad Agency. This Internship provides students with the opportunity to apply concepts obtained from previous marketing classes and gain a personal connection to skills needed to succeed in the real world. Emma Farr, the student to flagship and test this internship during the 2016 spring semester said: "This internship really got me out of my comfort zone. It was really cool to take concepts that I previously only read about in a text book and apply them to real businesses. I would highly recommend this internship to anyone looking to really understand essential marketing concepts."

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International Marketing Redesign

Beginning in the 2016 Fall Semester, my teaching assistant, Emma Farr and I began developing International Marketing. Upon approval from the Program Advisory Committee (PAC), we began structuring the course and formatting materials to reach the approved learning outcomes presented to the PAC. Construction for this course is scheduled to be completed and ready for launch in the 2017 Fall Semester.

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Marketing Research Redesign

This course is set to launch in 2017. Alongside my teaching assistant, Emma Farr, we modified this course to apply real life marketing research concepts, to real life scenarios. The course material includes a textbook designed specifically for this course, real life marketing research projects (in conjunction with real corporations), and other assignments and assessments designed to assure that students understand the concepts required for successful marketing research.

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BYU: Writing Branded Content

Comms 310, Writing Branded Content, is an Undergraduate course at Brigham Young University. This course is designed to teach principles and practices of writing persuasive content for multiple media platforms. As an adjunct faculty member, my job is to teach the course objectives in a comprehensive manner and provide support to the students to help them develop their skills. These type of relationships are critical when working with other universities, and will be critical in forming articulation agreements.

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