Tag: Alec Hosterman

New school year brings farewells and new faces to IU South Bend staff and faculty

By: CECELIA ROEDER @Cici_roeder Editor-in-chief Summer is always a time of change in the academic world as teachers, professors and staff often find new employment and positions. IU South Bend has been no exception, and has both gained and lost several positions within the past few months. IUSB Registrar Jeff Johnston is leaving his position

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Titan of the Week: Professor Tami Martinez

By: LESLIE LESTISNKY Staff Writer Upon entering Professor Tami Martinez’s office, you will notice black-and-white pictures of her four children she shares with husband, Jose. An inviting rug and many other decorative touches offer a warm welcome while also highlighting her professional nature. Martinez majored in communications then began her career working as director of

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Communication studies gears up for new graduate program

By: BEKKA OXLEY     Staff Writer Good news for students interested in furthering their education at IU South Bend: tentatively set for fall 2015, a master of arts in communication studies will be available for grad students. The new master’s program could be the next step for students coming from a variety of educational backgrounds.

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Grassroots communication class may soon be in the works

By: MELISSA SEYBOLDT Staff Writer   What would life be like without the advanced technology our society has grown accustomed to, and somewhat infatuated with? A professor at IU South Bend has been carrying this question with him for some time, and his curiosity may lead to a class designed to answer it, at least

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IUSB Professor goes to Washington

Communications Lecturer Alec Hosterman chosen by White House to attend live State of the Union social media event By TAYLOR PAIGE NEFF Staff Writer What does it take to get noticed by the White House administration? Well if you’re Alec Hosterman and you teach a political communications course at IU South Bend, then it’s hard

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