The newest registered student organization coming to Alvernia is the Wolfpack Media Communication Club! This club will allow students to experience the world of communications as it relates to careers in the field and advance in the field of Creative Open-Minded Media (COMM). Wolfpack Media is designed to bring Communication students together, something that hasn’t happened since before the 2020 COVID-19 Pandemic.
Wolfpack Media wants its member’s ideas to be the driving force in deciding on club activities. The club hopes to hold events like informational sessions, and other activities like hosting speakers, film nights, going to conferences, networking events, and other field trips as it relates to communication and the many avenues that a career in this field could take AU students.
All students are encouraged to join, especially if they have an interest in the field of communications. The club can offer experience and guidance for students who wish to put themselves out there in their desired career.
The club will be co-advised by Dr. Caroline Fitzpatrick, Associate Professor and Communication Department Chair and Dr. Jodi Radosh, Associate Professor of Communication. “I’m very excited to see the Wolfpack Media Club launch this year,” says Dr. Fitzpatrick. “Student clubs are so important for networking, leadership development, and campus activities. Wolfpack Media will help in creating a vibrant campus and rewarding learning experiences outside of the classroom. We have creative and clever COM and DMM students, and I can’t wait to see what events and projects they dream up.”
Wolfpack Media is brought to you by the dedication and hard work of Laura Nentwig AU ’23 (Inaugural President) and Sherrin Smith AU ’25 (Inaugural Community Relations Executive) who have worked to finalize the constitution, attend Student Government Association meetings, create marketing materials, and organize the first general membership meetings and events of the club.
“I am very excited about the wolfpack media club!” Sherrin Smith, Community Relations Executive for Wolfpack Media, said. “There are many opportunities for COM students and students interested in media to come and share their ideas that we could possibly implement on campus and in the Alvernia community. We have discussed possible events that I am very excited about in the near future and hopefully, the members will be excited about too.”