Matthew Cecil, a media historian with a strong professional communication background, has been selected as the next director of the Elliott School of Communication at Wichita State University.
Cecil, an associate professor in the South Dakota State University Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, will begin work at Wichita State June 30.
Two new full-time, tenure-track assistant professors will join the faculty of the Elliott School of Communication this fall.
ESC students headed out again this summer to cover the Symphony in the Flint Hills. Students get in depth, hands on experience covering a story using various multimedia techniques. Check out the blog and be sure to like the project on Facebook.
Meet the Elliott School's 2012 outstanding graduates, from left: Austin Colbert (print journalism); Missy Traskowsky (broadcast journalism); Sam Morris (strategic communication); Courtney Looney (overall outstanding graduate); Taylor Dietterich (IMC); and not pictured, Sara Gomez (electronic media).
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