|Campus Events||November 28, 2005|
Using the Internet to help market your business will be the subject of three panel discussions to be held Nov. 29 at the Nance College of Business Administration.
Speaking will be representatives of eMergent MKT, American Greetings and the designers of Jo Ann Fabrics Web site.
John Manzatt, a marketing major is going to attend the discussion. “This program will give me the opportunity to meet real people in the business world, learn tips to help me in the long run and possibly make new contacts,” he said.
Professor D’Orazio called the workshop a great opportunity to bring students and Cleveland business people together.
He said he wants businesses in the Cleveland area to see the talent Cleveland State has to offer.
Cleveland State Wind Ensemble Special Guest: Willoughby South High School Wind Symphony A Movement for Rosa, Occident and Orient Grand
Waetjen Auditorium, 7 p.m.
“Newsroom Diversity: Myth and Reality” is the topic of a panel discussion sponsored by CSU’s School of Communication and the Society of Professional Journalists’ Cleveland chapter at 5:30 p.m. Dec. 1 at Kiva.
Panelists are Barbara Gauthier, anchor and reporter for TV station WKYC Channel 3; Ebony Reed, assistant metro editor for The Plain Dealer; George Thomas, features writer for Akron Beacon Journal; Tom Moore, anchor-reporter for Clear Channel; and Dr. Jae-Won Lee, professor of journalism at CSU.
The event is free.
Cleveland State Jazz Ensemble
Drinko Hall 8 p.m.
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