Gilbert added as speech communication textbook author

Speech Communication Theories and Practices textbook coverStudent Media Associate Director Jamie Lynn Gilbert has been added as an author to a public speaking textbook. The 10th edition of Speech Communication Theories and Practices, published by McGraw-Hill Education, is used by more than 200 students each semester at Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C. Gilbert revised the book's chapter on using web-based material for research and made source citation updates throughout the book.

Before coming to NC State, Gilbert taught introductory media and public speaking as an adjunct instructor at Saginaw Valley State University in University Center, Mich. Gilbert also has eight years of competitive forensics speaking experience and was a National Forensics Association semi-finalist in informative speaking and quarter-finalist in persuasive speaking in 2001.

WKNC to air special Diversity Education Week program

Eye on the Triangle logoWKNC's weekly public affairs show "Eye on the Triangle" will air a special Diversity Education Week themed episode on Tuesday, Oct. 13 as part of NC State's 6th Annual Diversity Education Week. The hour-long program will feature interviews about minority students and faculty at NC State, interviews with female faculty in underrepresented STEM majors, and other local news and features concerning diversity in education.

WKNC hosts Radio Ride

WKNC's Radio Ride flier

WKNC 88.1 FM will host an alleycat-style bike ride and scavenger hunt on Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Raleigh Arts Collective, 500 Royal St.

Student Media sets Assessment Goals for 2015-2016

As part of its annual assessment efforts, Student Media has selected two departmental objectives to measure for 2015-2016. The first objective - Student Media staff will be knowledgeable of current journalism, broadcasting and marketing practices in print, audio, video and online - is measured annually based on a rotating set of criteria.

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