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Matt Louglin Speaks to WSOU Students

WSOU Launches New Alumni Speaker Series

Alumni return to campus to talk about their careers with Fox 5, Z100, WFAN and more while offering advice to current students. read more

John Fanta '17 Recognized as a Sportscaster to Watch

Recognized as a Sportscaster to Watch

John Fanta '17 started his career with the Big East Digital Network as the host of his own men's basketball show, "Shootaround." read more

Hannah Gaston Receives a Fellowship at Liberty Hall Museum

M.A. Student Receives Museum Fellowship

Museum Professions student Hannah Gaston was awarded the first May Kean Raynolds Graduate Fellowship at Liberty Hall Museum. read more

Design Students Participated in an Exclusive Workshop with Bryan Meszaros

Design Students Learn Industry Skills

Bryan Meszaros ’00, CEO of OpenEye Global, lead an exclusive workshop for faculty-chosen ADIM students on experience design. read more

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Ashley Wilson

Strategic Communication Student Selected as HASTAC Scholar

Ashley Wilson '17 was recently chosen for the prestigious Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory Scholars Program.

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