Flash Communications

Tales from a student-PR agency at Kent State University

New Coordinator, New Faces at Flash Communications

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Hi. I’m Luke Armour, the new coordinator for Flash Communications. You can find a lot more about me on my semi-retired blog and on Twitter. I’ve been playing in the social media space since 2005 and working in it nearly full-time since 2007. Now, I’m here at Kent State University as an assistant professor and coordinator for this outstanding group of young professionals known as Flash Communications.

It’s only two weeks into the semester and I am thrilled with the students Stef Moore hired this fall. We’re just getting ramped up, but I have high hopes for Fall 2012.

You’ll be hearing more from them – with guest blog posts, on the Flash Communications Facebook page and maybe via Twitter – as the semester progresses.

In the meantime, I look forward to turning my past experiences, education and knowledge into teachable moments for these students as the semester progresses.

I also look forward to them educating me as well – about Kent State, about what hip youngsters are into these days and about themselves.

I really want to thank Stef Moore for so many things: for building such a powerful community here for the voices of student PR, for hiring such an outstanding group of students and for being on speed dial during the first two weeks of this semester.

Stay tuned for more observations from Student PR at Kent State.

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Author: LukeArmour

Luke Armour is the Coordinator of Flash Communications, managing this bright student intern PR agency housed in Kent's University Communications & Marketing. He's also an Assistant Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Kent State University.

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