PROGRAM SCHEDULE

10th Annual Communication Week

Admission is FREE and open to the public — except for
   the Luncheon / Keynote Address.
Continental breakfrast served daily.
Unless otherwise indicated, sessions will be held in
   the Cosby Center TV Studio (Room 101).

Register for COM 450-03
  and earn 1-2 credit hours.

Professional attire required.
Program subject to change.

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Wednesday, April 20

3:30-5:00 pm

Norman Ward
Student Center

Pre-Conference Workshop
Resume Writing and Interviewing Skills

Lesa Taylor Devond
Director, Career Services Department

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Monday, April 25

8:30-9:30 am

Stokes Center
on Aging

Opening Program
E. Richard Walton
The Greenville News, Greenville, South Carolina
Continental breakfast provided
Host: Shaneve Emmons

10:00-10:50 am

Cosby 101

What Makes News?
Rodney Dunigan
Reporter/Greene County Bureau Chief
WDTN-TV, Channel 2, Dayton, OH
Moderator: Justin Peeks

10 am-1 pm

Cosby 118

Workshop: From Idea to Page
Sponsored by the Columbus Association of Black Journalists in conjunction with the Columbus Dispatch
Moderator: Artisha Lawson
Lunch courtesy of the Columbus Dispatch
RSVP required

11:00-11:50 am

Cosby 101

Your First Job
Marlene Stein
, Director of Human Resources, and
Mona Morrow, Director, Community Affairs
WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, OH
Moderator: Brian Dickens

12:00-1:30 pm

Cosby 101

Finding Your Place in the Recording Industry
Madukwu Chinwah
, Vanguard Int’l Music Group, Grammy-winning producer for Eryka Badu and Tracie Chinwah, Vocal Producer, Dallas, TX
Speakers will be available for networking after their presentation
Moderators: Christina Jones and Jenna Wright

1:00-1:50 pm

Cosby 120

All You Wanted to Know about the Magazine Industry:
Writing, Internships, Careers
Felix Winternitz
, Senior Editor, Ohio Magazine, Cincinnati, OH
Moderator: Gabrielle Rone

1:00-1:50 pm

Cosby 101

Workshop: Managing Time and Stress
M. David Goodwin
, Editor, Middletown Journal, OH
Moderator: Joan Demetrius

2:00-2:50 pm

Cosby 101

Journalism Ethics
Brett Thurman
Human Resources Manager, Diversity Council Co-Chair
and Legal Counsel, Cox Ohio
M. David Goodwin, Editor, Middletown Journal, OH
Moderator: Artisha Lawson

3:00-4:30 pm

Cosby 101

Finding Your Niche in Public Relations and Promotions
Lynadius Joseph ’04
, Promotion Manager
Darian Richardson, Head of Recruitment & Promotion Coordinator, Promotions Execution Partners, Cincinnati, OH
Moderator: Tygene Trammell

5:00-6:00 pm

Cosby 118

How to Improve Your Writing Skills
E. Richard Walton
, Greenville News, Greenville, South Carolina
Moderator: Kandyce Graves

6:00-6:30 pm

CSU stadium

Soccer Match
Captain Gabrielle Rone, Communication Major

7:30-8:30 pm

(Cosby 101)

Room Lyric — An Evening of Poetry and Other Expressions Executive Producer and Host DaJon Humphrey,
CSU Communication Major
Host: Dajon Humphrey, CSU communication major

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Tuesday, April 26

9:00-9:50 am

Cosby 101

Tips on Effective Field Reporting and Videography
Gabrielle Enright
, Reporter, and Chuck Hamlin, Videographer, WHIO-TV, Channel 7, Dayton, OH
Moderator: Brandon Hodges

10:00-10:50 am

Cosby 101

Television News Production
Keesha Haehl
, News Producer, WDTN-TV, Channel 2
Dayton, OH
Moderator: Tamarra Thomas

11:00-11:50 am

Robeson Recital Hall

The News We Need: Finding a Balance In An Age of Spin
Michael Gormley
, Professor, CSU; Yvette Williams, On-Air Personality and Reporter; Deena Brown and Patricia Griffen, Women's Radio Network; panel also includes students.
Co-sponsored by the Preview Forum, Waltham, MA; Videoconference among CSU, Wilberforce University and Cedarville University
Moderator: Jenna Wright

12:00-12:50 pm

Cosby 101

How to Start Your Own Business
John Houston
, Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE), a resource partner with the Small Business Administration
Moderator: Daniel Gore

1:00-1:50 pm

Cosby 101

Student Research Panels
Moderator: Dana Freeman

2:00-2:50 pm

Cosby 101

What It Takes To Be a News Anchor
Marsha Bonhart
, News Anchor, WDTN-TV, Channel 2, Dayton, OH and Natasha Williams, Anchor/Reporter, WHIO-TV, Dayton, OH
Moderator: Joan Demetrius

3:30-4:30 pm

Cosby 101

Careers in Radio and Public Relations
Teri Barker
, Talk Show Host, WDAO Radio, Reporter, Dayton Weekly News; Former Producer/Assignment Editor for WHIO-TV, Dayton, OH and Jane Littleton, Director of PR, CSU
Moderator: Courtney Roebuck

5:00-5:45 pm

Cosby 101

Networking: How to Make It Work For You
Ty Stone
, President, T. Stone & Associates
Moderator: Dominique Squires

6:00-7:00 pm

Cosby 101

Through the Lenses: The Art of Single Camera Directing
Andre Devond
, Solid Video Productions
Moderator: Dana Freeman

6:30-7:30 pm

Jenkins Auditorium

National Issues Forum:
News Media and Society ... How to Restore the Public Trust
Moderator: Lovette Chinwah, Director, Communication Program

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Wednesday, April 27

10:00-10:50 am

Cosby 101

Mega Mergers and The Digital Convergence Wars
Blake Glenn
, Executive Producer and Host, Looney Executive TV Show; Dr. Jeff Matsuura, Director, Program for Law and Technology, University of Dayton; Michael Kehoe, VP, External Affairs, SBC Communications; Don Griffin, General Manager, Radio One; Ron Sweeney, General Manager, Cincinnati Bell Extended Territories
Host: Scot Kirk

11:00-11:50 am

Cosby 101

Finding Your Voice: Breaking into the Business
as an Independent Producer/Director
Jim Friedman
, Emmy Winning Producer, Cincinnati, OH
Moderator: Benton Boyd

12:00-12:55 pm

Cosby 101

Careers in Radio
Sponsored by Radio One
Speakers available for networking after presentation
Moderator: Marilyn Udeani

1:00-1:50 pm

Cosby 101

Finding and Keeping Internships
Edwina Blackwell-Clark
, Editor, Hamilton Journal, OH
Curtis Symonds ’78, President, T. Howard Foundation, VA
Moderator: Scot Kirk

2:00-3:00 pm

Cosby 101

Netiquette: Designing & Composing Online Messages
Collette Burnette
, Chief Information Officer, CSU
Moderator: Gigi Rone

3:00-5:00 pm

Cosby 120

Nonlinear Editing: Final Cut Pro
Jeff Feeman
, Apple Computers
Space limited, RSVP required

3:00-4:30 pm

Cosby 101

Libel, Liability and Copyright Issues
Mike Hiestand
, Student Press Law Center (SPLC), Arlington, VA
Moderator: Jeffrey Pastor

5:00-6:30 pm

Cosby 101

Online Media Law
Mike Hiestand
, Student Press Law Center (SPLC), Arlington, VA
Moderator: Tiffanie Allen

5:00-7:00 pm

Cosby 120

Nonlinear Editing: Apple Motion & DVD Studio Pro
Jeff Feeman
, Apple Computers

7:30-8:30 pm

Robeson Hall

International Fashion Show — Featuring styles from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America
Hosts: Tiffanie Allen and Gabrielle Rone

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Thursday, April 28

9:30-10:30 am

Cosby 101

What It Takes To Be a Journalist
Ray Marcano
Deputy Managing Editor, Dayton Daily News and Wayne Baker ‘89, managing editor, Xenia Daily Gazette
Moderator: Artisha Lawson

10:00 am-2:00 pm

Cosby 118

The New York Times Editing Workshop
Lunch courtesy of The New York Times
RSVP required

11:00-11:50 am

Cosby 101

Professional Etiquette
Blanche Mayo
, Faculty, CSU College of Business & Industry
Moderator: Joan Demetrius

12:00-12:50 pm

Cosby 101

Reporting on Education
Mark Fisher
, Reporter, Dayton Daily News
Moderator: Dominique Squires

1:00-1:50 pm

Cosby 101

The Business of Print Advertising
Mark
Stange, VP for Advertising, Cox Ohio Publishing, Dayton, OH
Moderator: Joan Demetrius

2:00-2:50 pm

Cosby 101

Advertising in the Age of Online Media
Jay King
, Manager, Online Advertising, Dayton Daily News
Moderator: Marilyn Udeani

3:30-4:45 pm

Cosby 101

How to be an Effective Speaker
Stephanie Richardson
, President & London Coe, Secretary, Toastmasters International, Dayton Club 405
Moderator: Courtney Roebuck

5:00-6:15 pm

Cosby 101

Radio Programming
Andrea Williams '94
, On-Air personality, WJMR Radio, Milwaukee, WI and Tony Chappel, Assistant to the General Manager, WCSU Radio, Wilberforce, OH
Moderators: Rusheena Johnson and Darron Johnson

6:30-7:40 pm

Cosby 101

Sound Engineering Workshop
Johnnie
Wilder Jr.
, Recording Engineer, WCSU Radio,
formerly of the group Heatwave
Moderator: Alejandro Walters
RSVP required

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Friday, April 29

9:00-9:50 am

Cosby 101

Workshop: Interactive Video Technology
Doug Robertson
, Director, CSU Center for Scientific Visualization
Moderator: Kenneth Boyd

10:00-11:00 am

Cosby 101

Portrayal of Minorities in the Media
Martin Jones
, Martin Jones Films, Richmond, VA
Ava Hall-Mattison ’90, Senior Director, Special Projects
   & Creative Services, BET
Yvette Williams, On-Air personality; Deena Brown
Patricia Griffen, Women's Radio Network
Moderator: Unique Foster

11:00-11:50 am

Cosby 101

Internships and More
Jo Webb
, Public Service Director & News Business Manager,
WHIO-TV, Dayton, OH
Ava Hall-Mattison ’90, Senior Director, Special Projects
   & Creative Services, BET
Moderator: Tiffanie Allen

12:00-2:00 pm

Norman Ward Ballroom

Luncheon / Keynote Address
   
Karla Garrett Harshaw
President
American Society of Newspaper Editors
Senior Editor
Cox Newspapers
Editor
Springfield News-Sun

 
RSVP & Ticket required for luncheon
Luncheon sponsored by Cox Ohio

2:00-3:00 pm

Cosby 101

Resurgence of the Black Press
Moderator: Pearl Stewart, Managing Editor, Chicago Defender
Don Black, Publisher, Dayton Weekly News
Kim Tolley, City Editor, Columbus Post
Kelli Wynn, Reporter, Dayton Daily News
Host: Brian Dickens

3:00-4:00 pm

Cosby 101

The Business of Moviemaking
Martin Jones
, CEO, Martin Jones Films, Richmond, VA
Moderator: Kenneth Boyd

4:00-5:30 pm

Cosby Center

RECEPTION FOR COMMUNICATION ALUMNI
& GRADUATING SENIORS

Update on the Accreditation of CSU’s Communication Program, Graduate School and Beyond, & CSU Chapter of National Broadcasting Society NBS/AERho Induction Ceremony

Speakers: Valencia Cooper '00, Assistant Regional Director, Michigan Minority Business Development Council; Ava Hall-Mattison '90, Creative Services, BET; Goodwin Anim '00, Assistant Metro editor, White Plains Journal, NY; Ed Spillers '00, Production director, WJLB FM; Ken-Yon Hardy '04, Reporter, Hamilton Journal; Shellee Nash '03, Kellogg's; Tina Nyongesa '04, National Sales Assistant, Radio One; Dominique Mosley '03, Operations Supervisor, UPS; Omolola Ogunduyile, Regional Director; Mangen & Associates; Otis Gowens '97, Web Designer, Dayton Daily News; Lamont Merritt '96, Copy Editor, Dayton Daily News; Janea Wirts '96, Copy Editor, Dayton Daily News; Larry Campbell '96, Producer, ESPN; Anthony Simmons '00, producer, Detroit City Legislative Media Center

Moderator: Brian Dickens

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Sponsors

Columbus Association of
    Black Journalists

Columbus Dispatch

Cox Ohio

The New York Times

The Minorities and Communication
   Division of the Association for
   Education in Journalism and
   Mass Communication

The Preview Forum

Roll Call Newspaper,
    An Economist Group business,
    Celebrating Fifty Years

CSU Office of the President

CSU Office of Academic Affairs

CSU College of Arts & Sciences

CSU Department of Humanities

CSU Information Technology Department

CSU Chapters of NABJ and NBS

WCSU-TV/Studio C Productions

WCSU Radio

The Gold Torch Newspaper /
    The Gold Torch Online News

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Participants

American Society of
   Newspaper Editors

Apple Computers

BET

BSPG Productions

Chicago Defender

Cincinnati Bell

Columbus Association of
   Black Journalists

The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus Post

Cox Newspapers

Cox Ohio

CSU Career Services

CSU Center for Scientific
   Visualization

CSU College of Business Faculty

CSU First Year Experience

CSU IT Department

CSU PR Office

Dayton Weekly News

Detroit City Legislative Media Center

Greenville News

Hamilton Journal

Kellogg’s

Looney Executive TV Program

Martin Jones Films

Middletown Journal

The New York Times

Ohio Magazine

Preview Forum

Promotions Execution Partners

Radio One

Room Lyric

SBC Communications

SCORE

Solid Video Productions

Springfield News-Sun

Student Press Law Center

T. Howard Foundation

T. Stone & Associates

Toastmaster’s International

University of Dayton

Vanguard International Music Group

WCPO-TV

WCSU Radio

WDAO Radio

WDTN-TV

WHIO-TV

White Plains Journal

WJLB-FM

WJMR Radio

Women’s Radio Network

Xenia Daily Gazette

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Special
  Thanks

President John W. Garland

CSU Family

Speakers and Presenters

Communication Week Committee

Communication Majors

CSU Communication Program Alumni

Dr. Carlos Vargas-Aburto, Provost & Vice President
   for Academic Affairs

Ms. Cheryl Marcus, Executive Assistant to the President

Ms. Marilyn Stepney, Special Assistant to the Vice President
   for Academic Affairs

Dr. Willie Houston, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences

Dr. Anne Steiner, Chair, Department of Humanities

Humanities Department Faculty

Mrs. Alma Brown, Department of Humanities

Ms. Collette Burnette, Chief Information Officer

Dr. Emil Dansker, Emeritus Professor of Journalism

Ms. Jane Littleton, Director, Public Relations Department

Dr. Greta Winbush, Director, Center on Aging

Mr. Blake Glenn, Executive Producer, Looney Executive
   TV Program

Dr. Funso Oluyitan, Wilberforce University

Thompson Hospitality

Mr. Martin Moulton, Art Director, Roll Call Newspaper,
    An Economist Group business


C O M M U N I C A T I O N   W E E K   C O M M I T T E E

Jenna Wright, Graduating Senior, COM R/TV

Danyae Thomas, Junior, COM R/TV

M E M B ER S
 

Scok Kirk

Tygene Trammell

Artisha Lawson

Tiffanie Allen

Gabrielle Rone

Kenneth Boyd

Sheree Starks

Justin Peeks

Brian Dickens

Marilyn Udeani

Joan Demetrius

Courtney Roebuck

F A C U L T Y   A D V I S O R S

Dr. Lovette Chinwah

Mr. Michael Gormley


P U B L I C I T Y

Communication Week Committee

Communication Majors

CSU PR Office

WCSU-TV / Studio C Productions

WCSU Radio

The Gold Torch Newspaper / The Gold Torch Online News


V I D E O G R A P H Y / P H O T O G R A P H Y

WCSU-TV / Studio C Productions

The Gold Torch Newspaper / The Gold Torch Online News


D O O R   P R I Z E S / G I F T S

Cox Ohio

Bath & Body Works, Columbus

Macy’s Columbus Ohio

Roll Call Newspaper, An Econoimist Group business

CSU IT Department

CSU Office of the President

CSU Alumni Office

Mr. Obi Iwuanyanwu, Director, CSU Writing Center

Dr. Emil Dansker

Mr. Michael Gormley

Dr. Lovette Chinwah


Please download Registration Form here

For more information or to RSVP, please contact
Dr. Lovette Chinwah, Director, Communication Program
Central State University, P.O. Box 1004, Wilberforce, Ohio 45384-1004
LChinwah@goldtorchnews.com | (937) 376-6300 | Fax (937) 376-6150 


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