Communication Archive


2016-02.12 EU Sydney & Justin Dougherty

Two exciting days for prospective students to visit Evangel University

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Melinda Booze: Communication professor overcoming challenges

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EU Films premiers “Electrolyte” on Dec. 11

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Dan Needham and Jacob Lowery will be speaking to musicians and music industry students at Evangel University during the day, before their performance with Michael McDonald’s band at Drury, on Dec. 2.

EU hosts Master Classes with Michael McDonald’s drummer & bassist

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The Arts @ EU Scholarship Days blend passion and education into opportunity for students

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Dr. Cameron Pace, chair of the Department of Communication at Evangel University.

EU Communication Department announces Wall of Fame awardees

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Trees have been planted on Evangel’s campus in acknowledgement of the recipients, and an engraved bronze plaque is placed at the base of each tree as a permanent tribute to the person being honored.

Summary: EU honors three 2015 “Trees of Honor” recipients

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Evangel University junior Kaitlyn Fry (center) celebrated winning a $1,500 scholarship with her faculty advisor Melinda Booze (left) at the annual professional development seminar sponsored by the Southwest Missouri chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Joining them was Angela Eden (right) president-elect of SWMO PRSA.

Evangel junior wins PRSA’s Dr. Joe McAdoo Memorial Scholarship

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The Barnett Fine Arts Center is located just south of the Spence Chapel, facing Glenstone Ave., on the front of Evangel’s campus

Five prominent alumni on panel at Homecoming 2015

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Dari’Anne Hudson (’17): Passionate journalist and communicator with her eye on Washington

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General Motors Senior V.P. for Global Public Policy Bob Ferguson at GM Global Headquarters in Detroit, Mich. (Photo by John F. Martin for General Motors)

EU’s “Distinguished Alumnus” for 2015: Bob Ferguson

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Shirley Shedd served in the Department of Communication from 1981 to 2006.

Trees of Honor 2015: Shirley Shedd

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Roger Moore, Evangel University’s director of public safety (left), and Officer Tim Davis during last year’s Sexual Harassment and Rape Prevention (SHARP) training.

National Campus Safety Awareness Month at Evangel University

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Evangel University junior Ashtin Flowers on the beach during her recent visit to Southeast Africa.
PHOTO BY: Megan Proebsting

Students spend two weeks in Mozambique, Africa

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A selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower by Charisse Green. To her right (going back) are Chelsea Fletcher, Nicole Kotras, and Aimee Sudek. In the second row behind her are (left to right) Christopher Groh, Natalie Cartwright, Beth Barker, Jeremiah Barker, and Dr. Robert Turnbull. In the last row are Tabitha Plake, Charlotte Turnbull, and Dr. John Plake.

EUROPE: Evangel student starts summer in the City of Love

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Izu Aginwa: Communication Studies major who’s immersed in campus life

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Brandon Willis was honored as the Outstanding Graduate in Advertising/Public Relations. He was joined by  Jessica Nunley, a 2014 journalism graduate.

Department of Communication — 2015 graduation awards

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EU Films debuts Operation: Abacus on Friday, April 24

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The chapel speaker on April 23 will be Dr. Michael Kolstad, a 1988 graduate and long-time supporter of Evangel. He now serves as vice president for university advancement.

EU to launch the first Evangel Day on April 23

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Ten senior art students display at Evangel University

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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