Wednesday, July 20, 2016

SOC Students On Point!

SOC student Ibrahim "Dammie" Onafeko, left, and Dan Longo on the
Anacostia River (Photo by Christian K. Lee/The Washington Post)

School of C Student in Action
SOC student Ibrahim "Dammie" Onafeko is a junior audio production major in the Media, Journalism and Film department who is competitive inside and outside the classroom. Ibrahim, who is blind, is also a competitive rower. He wants to compete in the Paralympics to represent Nigeria, according to a Washington Post feature article published July 11, 2016. See story at:


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 Taking the Prize     
La'shane Holland

SOC’s La'shane Holland is a winner in Ketchum’s Mindfire “Deodorant Campaign Challenge.”

“Congratulations to La'shane for being Ketchum’s Mindfire winner and for showcasing the talents of HU. As well as, Dr. Tia Tyree for being her amazing professor,” says Ketchum’s Ronald Tolson in announcing the winner in June.
Ketchum is a global PR firm that sponsored a program called Mindfire, where college students around the country can offer ideas for brands for possible use in campaigns. Each winner receives a $100 cash prize.

Dr. Tyree encourages students to apply the knowledge and skills learned in her CapComm Lab to enter the Ketchum competition. La’shane exemplifies this in her recent win with the Ketchum campaign.

Friday, July 1, 2016

SOC 45th Anniversary Updates




Dear Alumni and Friends,
Happy 4th of July. See the e-cards promoting the 45th Anniversary Soiree on Sept. 10th. Please share across your networks, listservs and Social Media