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ComArtSci Student Organization Registry

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Completion of this registry allows ComArtSci the opportunity to connect students, organizations and the college in a more intentional way. The information on this form will be used to update the "Student Groups" page on cas.msu.edu and to send ComArtSci event invitations. Register here
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MSU AA

MSU Advertising Association
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The Michigan State Advertising Association is an advertising club run made up of students for the purpose of networking and sharing experience. We provide students with valuable information about the industry by bringing them together with knowledgeable industry professionals.
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MSU AAF

MSU's American Advertising Federation chapter
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The purpose of this organization shall be to provide its members with a comprehensive advertising education that mirrors the function of a real advertising agency as closely as possible. Unlike an advertising class, which focuses on one aspect of advertising, MSU AAF gives its members the opportunity to see how every aspect works together to make a complete campaign.
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MSU ABJ

Association for Black Journalist
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The Michigan State Association of Black Journalist is the only student branch of the National Association of Black Journalists in Michigan. We strive to better members through skills workshops, mentoring and networking.
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ASCOT

Associated Students for Career Orientation in Telecommunications
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The purpose Associated Students for Career Orientation in Telecommunication (ASCOT) is to establish and maintain an organization that brings students of the fields of telecommunication, information and related areas together to better understand these fields. ASCOT is to explore, identify, accumulate and disseminate and provide materials, data, web-sites and related information and exhibitions, programs and events on the potentials and career opportunities of these fields. ASCOT is to form and maintain relationships with professionals, professional associations, alumni, firms, organizations, industries and the diverse entities of the telecommunication and information fields now existing and those that emerge in the future.ASCOT is dedicated to help students learn that the best way to help themselves is to help others.ASCOT is established to be a necessary adjunct co-curricular activity to academic and professional education and training in telecommunication, information and related fields.
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MSU AWSM

Association for Women in Sports Media
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The MSU Chapter of the Association for Women in Sports Media is an organization looking for women with a passion for sports and an interest in pursuing sports media as a profession. Our organization provides a great way to learn from professionals, while networking and gaining experience along the way. Meetings will be held every other week in the Communications Arts & Sciences building. Guest speakers will present during each meeting, giving members the opportunity to absorb professional advice and create contacts in the industry.
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MSU DocFilms

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The MSU Documentary Filmmakers Club gives students the opportunity to produce short documentary films, and learn about the production process. Regular meetings are held to improve production skills, and to shoot and plan projects. The club films a few documentaries each year focusing on academic and social related topics, and has worked on many projects for other organizations around campus.
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EJA

Environmental Journalism Association
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EJA is a group of students from different backgrounds and interests that enjoy writing and learning about science, technology, medicine and the environment. The group hosts guest lecturers, workshops and contests to better prepare students for the profession.
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Focal Point

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Focal Point is the name of a student-produced newscast at Michigan State University.

We record newscasts 12 times per school year at the studios in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building.

The purpose of the newscast is to not only provide news and information to the MSU community, but to give students the opportunity to learn about broadcasting in all forms: reporting; shooting and editing video; writing.

Students enroll in JRN 406 and they produce most of the content and anchor the newscasts; However, we are also an MSU Registered Student Organization and any student on campus can come to meetings and taping nights. They can work various positions in the control room or in the studio:

Camera operatorsAudio boardVideo switcherDirectorTeleprompterTape machinesGraphicsAssociate producerLightingFocal Point airs on WKAR-World Channel (23-4) in the Lansing, Michigan market. It's also streamed using mogulus.com at SpartanTV
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GSLS

Global Sales Leadership Society
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Global Sales Leadership Society is a student ran organization that works hand in hand with the Sales Communication Specialization. GSLS today has over 100 student members that interact with our numerous corporate sponsors who hire in every major U.S. city. We help students develop the skills not only to land their dream job but also to stand out as a leader on Michigan State University’s campus.

For more information, contact Jennifer Rumler at rumler@msu.edu
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Impact 89fm

Impact 89fm
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Diversity in Programming, Professionalism in Presentation and Education
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MSU IRO

MSU International Relations Organization
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ContentMichigan State University International Relations Organization, also known as IRO is a competitive collegiate Model United Nations organization that participates in conferences around the continent. We are an undergraduate student organization dedicated to promoting the understanding and recognition of global issues through debate and discussion. Members need not be scholars of history, communication, political theory or international relations to be a part of the group. Instead, IRO members are those interested in and dedicated to exchange of ideas and the betterment of our world. The organization’s ongoing mission has been to build a competitive organization worthy of national recognition.
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MSU LIT

MSU Leaders in IT
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ContentLearn about companies hiring in IT and engage with recruiters to learn more about internship and full time opportunities.Connect with other students interested in IT and share experiences regarding work opportunities and course work.Continue to develop IT skills through interactive workshops hosted by MSU faculty. Our goal is to create well rounded IT professionals.
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MSU MUN

MSU Model United Nations
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Michigan State University Model United Nations (MSUMUN) is a 3-day Model United Nations conference open to high schools across the continent. It has built a reputation for exciting, stimulating debate and crises during the day and fun social events at night. MSUMUN is proud to host students from all levels of experience, from Model UN vets to the newest delegates. Our conference is staffed entirely by MSU students, many of whom compete on a world stage with the renowned MSU Model UN team. MSUMUN is a conference run by delegates, for delegates: each year, we strive to put on a conference that we would want to attend.MSUMUN seeks to provide an educational and social opportunity for both delegates and staff members to expand their knowledge of international affairs and global politics, including, but not limited to, the activities of the United Nations.
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MSU NSSLHA

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association
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We are the Michigan State University Chapter of NSSLHA.The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association (NSSLHA) is a national organization for undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in the study of speech language pathology and/or audiology. As members of MSU NSSLHA, students have the opportunity to network with other students who have similar interests, meet professionals working in the field, and participate in a variety of activities. Michigan State NSSLHA chapter members are involved in various educational seminars, community service, and fundraising activities. We support and volunteer at local schools, hospitals and retirement homes.
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MSU PRSSA

Public Relations Student Society of America
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The Ned S. Hubbell Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America at Michigan State University advances the profession of public relations through professional partnerships, competition, non-profit work, development programs, and involvement with the chapter organization. Public Relations Society of America. PRSSA has two missions: (1) serve members by enhancing their knowledge of public relations and providing access to professional development opportunities and (2) serve the public relations profession by helping to develop high quality, well-prepared professionals.students to pursue experiences in public relations and to cultivate a mutually advantageous relationship between students and professionals.Today the Public Relations Student Society of America has more than 8,500 members in 270 chapters on college campuses across the country.
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Ad | Com

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Want to break into the advertising and public relations community and create #Friendship along the way? Ad|Com is a great way to interact with a community of Comm Arts students and network with professionals in the field. We bring in guest speakers with industry knowledge, run workshops like Adobe crash courses, hold student panels, and have fun social and volunteering events. In the spring, we host an annual Chicago agency tour where we network with professionals and bond with fellow group members. What are you waiting for? Join our community!
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MSU SND

Society for News Design
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Since its inception in 1995 MSUSND has expanded the knowledge of student visual journalists through meetings with professionals, design projects and the affiliates' annual design contest. Alumni have worked for The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, The Virginian-Pilot, New Orleans Times-Picayune, Arizona Republic and The Oregonian, among others.
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MSU SPJ

Society of Professional Journalist
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Michigan State University Society of Professional Journalists brings Spartan journalists together in a community where all members can grow into professional journalists. Meet professionals from the field, learn about internship and training opportunities and build a community centered around the ideas of free speech and the free flow of information.
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TBG

The Big Green
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The Big Green is an online magazine at Michigan State University written, edited, designed and published by and for students. We aim to educate, entertain, discuss and interact with the campus community while providing experience for students in journalism and other related fields.
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MSU Telecasters

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MSU Telecasters is a student run organization that is made up of seven different television shows. We provide hands-on experience in video production allowing members to write, direct, act, produce, edit, and market their content. We work together in order to create quality content and continuously grow as filmmakers.
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Spartan Broadcasters

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Interested in broadcasting? Well, this is the club for you! Before you get into those upper level journalism classes, come hang out with us and get some hands-on experience.
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Spartasoft

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Spartasoft, a MSU student organization, is devoted to the learning of video game development. Members of Spartasoft gain skills and experience in game development through student projects and tutorial presentations.
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UCA

Undergraduate Communication Assoc.
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The Undergraduate Communication Association is the defining voice of students pursuing Communication studies within the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. Our goal is to provide education, leadership, assistance and unique opportunities to students as they prepare for careers within the Communication fields. The UCA does this by providing resources, seminars and advice on issues such as graduate school, career preparation, job searches, internships and organizes opportunities for communication students to get to know the faculty and their peers to further students crucial networking skills.


ComArtSci Student Organization Registry

Completion of this registry allows ComArtSci the opportunity to connect students, organizations and the college in a more intentional way. The information on this form will be used to update the "Student Groups" page on cas.msu.edu and to send ComArtSci event invitations.

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