Students not “stuck” in career

By Hannah Wisterman SAN MARCOS—Kerri Qunell, chief marketing officer at Trinity Episcopal School, advised students to take initiative and be flexible in their upcoming careers. Qunell, a Texas State School of Journalism and Mass Communication alumna, spoke at the Communication Careers Q&A. In the 15 years since she’s graduated, Qunell has worked for Dell, TVRead More

Network like a professional: Texas State students get useful tips during final Mass Comm Week panel

By Jessy Garza (jag391@txstate.edu) For Texas State University’s final panel at Mass Comm Week, Justin Johnson came to speak with students Thursday afternoon about the importance of networking, and how doing so could change a person’s life. Moderating the event was Texas State SJMC lecturer Holly Wise, who said she met Johnson last year andRead More

All He Did Was Ask

By Jairo Devora As the age of technology continues to expand and evolve, something as simple as introducing yourself can impact your life forever, as it did for one Facebook networking professional. San Antonio native and University of Texas alumnus, Justin Johnson, is a networking professional based in Austin who, through Facebook, “manages different companies’Read More

The Changing World of Work

By Elizabeth Beddingfield Daniel Pink, author of the graphic novel “The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You’ll Ever Need,” gave a lecture in the auditorium of the Evans Liberal Arts building at Texas State University Tuesday afternoon that focused on innovative steps toward career advancement. Pink centered the lecture on what heRead More