PLAYERS INFORMATIONAL MEETING:
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 3:30 p.m. HEADLEY HALL 227.
Players Performance Group is a student group in the Department of Communication Studies committed to the use of writing and performance for exploring contemporary social and cultural issues. Members are provided a space for critical engagement with various social problems through writing and performance. Players addresses such problems through aesthetic means and a commitment to dialogic communication between self, other, and society. Players has produced shows addressing body image, immigration, the prison system, torture, and more. NO PREVIOUS PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!
The Naked I: Insides Out presented Thursday, October 2, 7 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center stage.
Join the Players Performance Group. The group is looking for thinkers, creators, writers, speakers, and artists of all kinds. No experience necessary. For more information about Players at SCSU: contact Tami Spry, Director of Players, Riverview Building Room 104A, or 308-5253.
Join The Forensics Speech and Debate Team! SCSU Forensics offers students the opportunity to compete in public speaking, debate and interpretation of literature/acting. SCSU Forensics (competitive speech and debate) is open to all students regardless of major/minor; no experience is necessary. For more information about Forensics at SCSU contact: Scott Wells, Director of Forensics, Riverview Building Room 211A, 308-3000.
The Communication Studies Department is looking to replenish its adjunct pool. Please see Human Resources website and apply at NEOGOV.
The SCSU Department of Communication Studies is seeking a part-time public relations and communications intern for spring '14. See the Public Relations Course Description for more information.