Volume 32, Number 1
January 07, 2019
Happy '19! Welcome back to Comm-Announce, the weekly newsletter for U of L Communication students. Information on winter weather cancellations and new internship opportunities are coming at you.
WINTER WEATHER ANNOUNCEMENTS
With old man winter closing in, the University wants to remind you of procedures for school closings and delays. For a list of the different types of severe weather announcements that UofL employs, go to: http://louisville.edu/weather.
When possible, we will announce decisions regarding morning classes by 5:30 a.m. and decisions regarding evening classes by 3 p.m.
We will provide school closing information in a variety of ways. The easiest way to receive the information is by signing up for UofL Alerts, which will send a text message to your phone and an email to your university account. Sign up for alerts at: http://louisville.edu/alerts
Additionally, we will officially announce the closing in the following ways:
* A notice on the university home page, http://louisville.edu
* A recorded message at 502-852-5555
* A notice on university telephones
* Postings on the university's official Facebook and Twitter sites.
These are the only official methods by which we will communicate with the campus community. Information posted on traditional or social media should be verified through one of the official channels.
If no announcement is sent, the university is open and operating on its regular schedule. In instances where we announce a delayed schedule, we will cancel classes up to a certain time and begin with our full class schedule at that point. For instance, if we delay opening until 10 a.m., classes that end before 10 a.m. will be canceled. Students who normally would be in class at or after 10 a.m. should go wherever they would be at that time unless they have received other instructions from their instructor in advance, which should be included in the course syllabus. So if we delay classes until 10 a.m. and your class usually runs from 9:30 to 11, you would go to that class at 10 a.m.
For clarification and a list of the different types of severe weather announcements that UofL employs, go to: http://louisville.edu/weather.
A number of employers are looking now for assistance in a variety of paid and non-paid positions. Go to our website at comm.louisville.edu and click the link that says internships/part-time positions for our full listings. Here's some hot opportunities:
UofL Cultural Center-social media: http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2982
Jefferson County Public Schools-Writing, videography, photography, social media, event planning: http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2984
Debra Locker Group-variety of stratcomm job duties:http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2985
Jewish Family and Career Services-social media: http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2986
UofL Alumni Office-strategic communication/production position and grad assistant position with social media and stratcomm work:http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2987 and http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2988
Kentucky Farm Bureau-video production:http://comm.louisville.edu/department/internships/display_one.php?id=2989
That's it for this first edition of Comm-Announce for 2019. If you have an announcement of interest to Communication students, please submit it in writing to our office staff in 310 Strickler at least one full week prior to desired publication. Have a good semester.
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