Tag Archives: 'Communication'
We all have certain unique strengths, and learning how to maximize them in our work environments are critical to success. Knowing what your colleagues strengths are and knowing how to best leverage individual talents to create [...]
Think the field of communication is a field in decline? Think again. Here, Pete the Panther explains to prospective communication students how and where this veritable degree still thrives out in the real world. Let’s be honest. [...]
By Kate Broderick, Global Strategic Communication ’13 What makes Humanities and Communication special at Florida Tech? Let me tell you a little story… My great-grandfather lived in a sleepy Pennsylvanian town, Mauch Chunk (“Bear Mountain” in [...]
By Kate Broderick, Global Strategic Communication, ’13 A recent blog by Communication student Michael Champion got me thinking—it’s true. There seems to be a pervasive bias against Humanities and Communication degrees, and at times I find [...]
You’ve done it. At last the search is over. You’ve found your dream job. Now the question is how to get considered for the position when there are 250 other applicants? The best, most direct way [...]
I’m sure you’ve been enchanted by Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at some point in your life. Well, I say ‘enchanted.’ It’s probably closer to indoctrinated. Hopeless romantic that I am, I did not escape [...]
There is a subtle yet pervasive virus spreading across the campus, and it must be stopped. I am talking, of course, of the misconception that Florida Tech offers a Communications degree. We don’t. We do, [...]