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Author: Joshua Dexter-Wiens

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A podcast for Lamb School students (Purdue) exploring internships, career, courses and many other fascinating topics.
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Lamb School Direct of Public Relations, Rachel Ravelette (rmrose@purdue.edu) takes the mic to ask for some important input concerning upcoming commencement celebrations. 
 "Audio Syllabi" is an ongoing series that attempts to give students more information in order to either choose and/or prepare for courses in a more-informed manner. In each episode, I talk to a course instructor about content, assignments and other relevant information.   
Relevant links:Biz Com with WOM Spotify LinkWOM PR Agency LinkSome quick context about this episode.When I started the podcast last year, I was on the lookout for potential guests and realized that one of my former students, Melanie DeFilippis, started her own PR firm. We chatted about her experience, and you’ll find that episode under the title “Founding a Public Relations firm” on September 25, 2019. That interview was the tipping point for Melanie to develop her own podcast. It’s called Biz Com with W.O.M. W.O.M. is the acronym for Melanie’s PR firm, Word of Mouth.One of Melanie’s first guests was our very own Dr. Josh Boyd, Professor and Undergraduate Coordinator in the Lamb School here at Purdue. The link to Melanie’s podcast is below in the show notes as well as the link to her PR firm’s website.I hope you enjoy this cross-posted episode. You’ll find a similar episode, with me as the guest, posted March 4 of 2020. Without further ado, Melanie DeFilippis' BizCOM with W.O.M. presents “Communication, Crisis Management and Sports Public Relations with Dr. Josh Boyd.  
When I found out that recent alumni Nate Piggush and Natalie Weber were returning to campus, I had to see if they would join me on the podcast. I asked, and they both graciously accepted. Nate and Natalie graduated in May 2018, so we get a useful snapshot of two recent alumni…about 2 years into their post-graduation careers. Nate and Natalie both live in Indianapolis. Nate works in advertising and Natalie works in public relations. Without further ado, my chat with Nate Piggush and Natalie Weber. Ditto PR LinkBradley and Montgomery Link
 "Audio Syllabi" is an ongoing series that attempts to give students more information in order to either choose and/or prepare for courses in a more-informed manner. In each episode, I talk to a course instructor about content, assignments and other relevant information.  
 "Audio Syllabi" is an ongoing series that attempts to give students more information in order to either choose and/or prepare for courses in a more-informed manner. In each episode, I talk to a course instructor about content, assignments and other relevant information.  
 "Audio Syllabi" is an ongoing series that attempts to give students more information in order to either choose and/or prepare for courses in a more-informed manner. In each episode, I talk to a course instructor about content, assignments and other relevant information.  
Relevant links:Biz Com with WOM Spotify LinkWOM PR Agency LinkSome quick context about this episode. When I started the podcast last year, I was on the lookout for potential guests. After some LinkedIn searching, I realized that one of my former students, Melanie DeFilippis, started her own PR firm. We had a great conversation, and you’ll find that episode under the title “Founding a Public Relations firm” on September 25, 2019.That interview was the tipping point for Melanie to develop her own podcast. It’s called Biz Com with W.O.M. W.O.M. is the acronym for Melanie’s PR firm, Word of Mouth.I was honored to be Melanie’s first guest. She posted that episode, and I am re-posting it here as an episode on my podcast. So, this episode flips the script, and I get to be the interviewee.Check out Melanie’s podcast. The link will be below in the show notes. It covers some topics relevant to communication students, especially those with an interest in PR. A future episode will feature Dr. Josh Boyd’s chat with Melanie.I hope you enjoy my first cross-posted episode. Without further ado, Melanie DeFilippis' BizCOM with W.O.M. presents “Public Speaking, Resumes and Cover Letters” with me…Josh Dexter-Wiens.  
"Audio Syllabi" is an ongoing series that attempts to give students more information in order to either choose and/or prepare for courses in a more-informed manner. In each episode, I talk to a course instructor about content, assignments and other relevant information. 
A chat about the Association of Women in Communication (AWC) with Purdue chapter president, MaKenna Doherty. Relevant links:https://www.instagram.com/purdueawc/?hl=enhttps://awcpurdue.wixsite.com/1909
Dr. Diana Zulli is an assistant professor in the Lamb School with a research focus in a very-timely area: political communication. No matter what your political persuasion or preferences, you would likely agree that “we live in interesting times.” So, I sat down with Dr. Zulli to chat more about her career and research.As an additional treat, you’ll find separate audio syllabi episodes that focus on the courses she typically teaches released the same day as this episode. 
Audio Syllabus=More information about a course that might interest you.Audio Syllabus for COM 49500, Crisis Communication=More information about this specific course that might interest you.
Interested in learning more about COM 46400, American Political Communication? I sat down with Assistant Professor in the Lamb School, Dr. Diana Zulli, to unpack some useful information about this great Purdue course. 
In an ongoing effort to give students more information about courses, I sat down with Dr. Diana Zulli, Assistant Professor in the Lamb School, to chat about COM 25300: Intro to Public Relations.
Hello listeners. I have been very fortunate to have Jordan Lott interning with onward upward this year. One of the tasks I added to her to-do list was creating a list of potential interviewees for the show.When we talked about this particular guest, I could sense some excitement. The guest works in healthcare, and that is also an interest for Jordan. So, for today’s episode, I turned over the mic.Jordan has done a wonderful job interning with me this year, and she did a wonderful job guest-hosting for the podcast. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I did. Without further ado, onward.upward’s first guest-hosted episode. Jordan Lott’s chat with Maureen Richmond, Vice President for Integrated Communications for Bon Secours Mercy Health. Enjoy!Maureen's LinkedIn Profile
Today’s guest, Rachel semple, graduated from the Lamb School in May 2016. Now about 3 and a half years into her career, she works in Content Marketing. I really enjoyed this brief glimpse into the early career experience of one of our alumns, and I hope it’s the same for you. 
Health Communication

Health Communication

2020-01-2954:17

A chat with Lamb School Assistant Professor, Dr. Evan Perrault about Health Communication and how he came to study in this fascinating area. 
Personal Branding

Personal Branding

2019-12-1855:17

https://www.joshmiles.com/about
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