Public Relations – Adsenzia http://adsenzia.com/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 05:00:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://adsenzia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/default-150x150.png Public Relations – Adsenzia http://adsenzia.com/ 32 32 Seven Marketing and Public Relations Awards | New https://adsenzia.com/seven-marketing-and-public-relations-awards-new/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/seven-marketing-and-public-relations-awards-new/ MUSCLE SHOALS – The Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) Department of Public Relations and Marketing has received seven (7) awards and has been recognized for outstanding marketing and public relations efforts by the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA). Last week at the ACCSPRA Annual Conference in Gulf Shores, Alabama, NW-SCC Director of Public […]]]>

MUSCLE SHOALS – The Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC) Department of Public Relations and Marketing has received seven (7) awards and has been recognized for outstanding marketing and public relations efforts by the Alabama Community College System Public Relations Association (ACCSPRA).

Last week at the ACCSPRA Annual Conference in Gulf Shores, Alabama, NW-SCC Director of Public Relations and Marketing, Trent Randolph, accepted two (2) Pyramid Awards, four (4) of Achievement and one (1) Award of Merit.

The College received awards in the following categories for marketing and public relations materials created and/or used during the 2021-2022 year:

Pyramid Award (1st place)

Website, Leaflet

Excellence Award (2nd place)

Brochure

promotional college

Video

Photography –

Graphically

manipulated

Attach

Merit Award (3rd place)

Online Advertising

The Pyramid Awards ceremony recognized the best practices of public relations and marketing professionals at Alabama Community College who submitted marketing and public relations materials to an independent jury. More than 300 applications were submitted from nearly 20 colleges.

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‘Winter House’ Season 2 on Bravo: Meet the cast of the show that will turn up the heat this fall https://adsenzia.com/winter-house-season-2-on-bravo-meet-the-cast-of-the-show-that-will-turn-up-the-heat-this-fall/ Sun, 18 Sep 2022 14:30:00 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/winter-house-season-2-on-bravo-meet-the-cast-of-the-show-that-will-turn-up-the-heat-this-fall/ STOWE, VERMONT: Bravo TV’s hit, ‘Winter House’ is back with an all-new season. Fans are excited to find out that the show has an even bigger crossover event this time around. A spinoff of the original show, “Summer House,” this Bravo series follows similar synopses. The only difference being unlike its roots, “Winter House” is […]]]>

STOWE, VERMONT: Bravo TV’s hit, ‘Winter House’ is back with an all-new season. Fans are excited to find out that the show has an even bigger crossover event this time around. A spinoff of the original show, “Summer House,” this Bravo series follows similar synopses. The only difference being unlike its roots, “Winter House” is set against the backdrop of Stowe, Vermont, where the cast resides in a snow-covered house.

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‘Winter House’ also features an ensemble cast from two different series. And this time the crossover gets even better with the cast of a third show. In a “Marvel Cinematic Universe”-style crossover, “Winter House” Season 2 will have more hectic drama as cast members from the shows “Southern Charm” and “Vanderpump Rules” join the house. Fans can expect a naughty season to grace their screens for sure. So, let’s talk about the cast of these three shows that will be appearing in the final season.

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Amanda Batoula

Amanda Batula is a Tik-Tok star. She is a senior designer, creative director and graphic designer. In Season 1, she was in a romance with husband Kyle Cooke, who we’ll visit later. The couple got engaged in 2018, and after postponing their nuptials several times amid the Covid-19 crisis, they tied the knot in September 2021.

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Jason Cameron is a model and is signed to One Management in New York and has modeled for brands such as Johnston & Murphy and Perry Ellis. Jason also appeared in an advertisement for L’Oréal’s Color & Co, an at-home hair dye system for men. According to Bravo’s official statement on their site, “Since his whirlwind relationship last winter, Jason has taken a break from the dating scene. He can’t wait to be back with his friends, use his cooking skills and even bringing a new friend, Jess, home with him, however, he’ll have to work through his past first before pursuing a romance with someone new.

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Craig Conover

Craig Conover is a lawyer with his own law firm. He earned a degree in finance. He’s dating Paige DeSorbo from now on. The pair met while filming Season 1 of ‘Winter House’ in February 2021, but weren’t romantically involved as Craig was dating Natalie Hegnauer at the time of the show’s filming. However, he and Natalie broke up in May. Craig and Paige confirmed their relationship in September 2021 and went Instagram official in December 2021.

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Kyle Cooke

Kyle Cooke married Amanda Batula in September 2021. According to Screen Rant, he has an estimated net worth of $1.1 million. Last season, he admitted he was $4 million in debt. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and architecture as well as an MBA. The reality star founded the Loverboy beverage line in 2018. The company sells both spritzes and teas as well as their merchandise, including trucker hats, t-shirts and sweatshirts.

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Paige DeSorbo

In “Winter House” Season 2, Paige DeSorbo “can’t wait to hang out with her best friends, escape the city, and rock her winter wardrobe. She loves her life in a relationship with distance with Craig, but with this trip being the longest they have ever been on together as a couple, they are being put to the ultimate test,” according to the statement published by Bravo. She is Amanda’s best friend and loves fashion. She loves to splurge on luxury fashion items and looks up to fashion icons like Victoria Beckham, Audrey Hepburn and Olivia Palermo for inspiration.

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Luc Gulbranson

Luke Gulbranson is from a small town in Minnesota. He left his home to pursue modeling and is signed with an agency called Click in NYC. Luke is a youth hockey coach, actor and business owner. He founded Ranger Co, which is a jewelry and clothing line.

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Austen Kroll

Austen Kroll joined the cast of Bravo’s “Southern Charm” in 2017 during season 4. He appeared in “Winter House” season 1, in 2021. Auesten is an entrepreneur. He had an on-and-off relationship with Madison LeCroy whom he met on Bravo season 6. Currently, the two have separated.

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Ciara Miller

Ciara Miller is from Atlanta and is a full-time nurse. As an intensive care nurse, Ciara worked on the front line for several months. She has been a model for several years and is currently under contract with the Salt Agency.

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Rachel Clark

Rachel Clark will be a new face on the show. According to Bravo, “Rachel was introduced to a few of the roommates after saving the day with her floral arrangements at Kyle and Amanda’s wedding. Single and ready to mingle, Rachel isn’t a fan of the cold, but is always up for it. for new adventures.When a new romance erupts in the house, Rachel will have to figure out if she’s ready to face her hesitations about commitment and learn to open up.

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Kory Keefer

Kory Keefer is an adrenaline junkie at heart and a gym owner by trade. According to his plot on the show, “Kory comes to Vermont to meet women and hang out with his best friend and college roommate, Craig. ‘one of the housemates.’

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Jessica Stocker

Jessica Stocker is a Metaverse real estate agent, investor, and entrepreneur from Los Angeles. She is also a party girl who is interested in cryptocurrency. In 2019, she started investing in cryptocurrency looking for exciting new entrepreneurial ventures.

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Lindsay Hubbard

Lindsay Hubbard is engaged to Carl Radke. The couple confirmed the exciting news on Sunday, August 28. She founded her own PR firm, Hubb House PR. She already starred in “Summer House”

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Carl Radke

Lindsay’s fiancée, Carl Radke, is a charismatic young professional living in New York. They have known each other for seven years and have built the best friendship over the years. Their romance blossomed in October 2021.

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Tom Sandoval

Tom Sandoval starred in ‘Vanderpump Rules’ and will guest star on ‘Winter House’. Amid split rumours, he’s reportedly dating his ‘Vanderpump Rules’ co-star Ariana Madix.

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Tom Schwartz

Tom Schwartz also starred in ‘Vanderpump Rules’ and will be a guest on Season 2 of ‘Winter House’. In March, Tom and his wife Katie Maloney announced they had called it quits, and he is said to have been spotted making out with ‘Vanderpump Rules’ co-star Raquel Leviss.

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Season 2 of “Winter House” is scheduled to premiere Thursday, October 13 at 9 p.m. ET on BravoTV.

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Notre Dame Athletics Announce Full Athletics Communications Team – Notre Dame Fighting Irish – Official Athletics Website https://adsenzia.com/notre-dame-athletics-announce-full-athletics-communications-team-notre-dame-fighting-irish-official-athletics-website/ Fri, 16 Sep 2022 14:29:46 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/notre-dame-athletics-announce-full-athletics-communications-team-notre-dame-fighting-irish-official-athletics-website/ The University of Notre Dame Athletics Communications Office, part of Fighting Irish Media (FIM), has finalized its staffing for the 2022-23 school year. The award-winning unit added four former varsity student-athletes to the team and continues to work with over 700 student-athletes and serve hundreds of members of the media each year. Under the leadership […]]]>

The University of Notre Dame Athletics Communications Office, part of Fighting Irish Media (FIM), has finalized its staffing for the 2022-23 school year. The award-winning unit added four former varsity student-athletes to the team and continues to work with over 700 student-athletes and serve hundreds of members of the media each year.

Under the leadership of University Vice President and Director of Athletics James E. Rohr Jack Swarbrick, FIM won Hashtag Sports’ Best Sports Communications Strategy Award in 2022 for its work during the transition from football coaches at the end of 2021. Additionally, the team were named finalists in PRovoke Media’s “Crisis Communication” category in their annual Saber Awards recognizing the best in public relations (PR).

In the near future, the departmental heads of FIM will be finalized and unveiled after a restructuring process over the past academic year.

The following members of the Communications Team are dedicated to educating, uplifting and empowering our student-athletes, coaches and staff on a daily basis in the areas of public relations, media relations, brand building, marketing and more.

Aaron Horvath

Advisor to the Sports Director

Senior Associate Director of Sports – Media, Brand and Communications

  • Communication contact for the sports director

A native of northern Indiana, Horvath is entering his eighth year in South Bend, serving five different positions during his tenure. He graduated from Indiana University in 2011 and went on to earn his MBA in 2015. Horvath resides in South Bend with his wife, Lauren, and dog, Doug (Weary).

Katy Lonergan

Deputy Director of Sports – Strategic Communications and Football

Email: klonerg2@nd.edu

  • Primary football communication and strategy
  • Athletic Department Strategic Communications

A Kansas City native, Lonergan is in his third year with Fighting Irish Media after previous stints at the University of Kansas (KU) and Ole Miss. Lonergan holds a bachelor’s degree from KU and is a dog mother to Archie, the Golden Receiver, and Eli, the Wide Retriever.

Alan Wasielewski

Assistant Athletic Director – Team Communications

Email: awasiele@nd.edu

  • Sport Communications Team Leader
  • Football Media Operations

A native of South Bend, Indiana, Wasielewski is in his 22nd year with the Notre Dame athletics department and has spent time in the sports communications and video production arms of Fighting Irish Media. A graduate of Notre Dame, Wasielewski spent time in the Navy before attending Notre Dame University.

Josh Bates

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: jbates2@nd.edu

  • men’s basketball
  • Women’s football
  • Reward Link

A native of St. Louis, Bates is entering his sixth year at Notre Dame. He earned his bachelor’s (2011) and master’s (2014) from the University of Illinois. He worked in Illinois and Tulane before Notre Dame.

Robby Hamman

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: rhamman@nd.edu

  • men’s football
  • men’s lacrosse
  • Women’s Lacrosse
  • Student worker program

An Indiana native, Hamman is entering his seventh season with Fighting Irish Media after stints at Penn State, Oklahoma University, Mercer and Defiance College. A former collegiate student-athlete at Bethel University, Hamman earned his MBA in 2013.

Catherine Harvath

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: kharvath@nd.edu

Harvath, who previously served as an intern in the sports communications office from 2017-19, returns to Notre Dame for the 2022-23 season after stints at Vanderbilt and Northern Michigan. Harvath earned her bachelor’s degree (2018) from Bowling Green State University and was also a member of the figure skating program.

Nicole Kirk

Deputy director of sports communication

Email: nleighty@nd.edu

  • Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
  • Male and female athletics
  • Men’s and women’s fencing
  • female golf
  • Warren Golf Course
  • Notre Dame Football Game Day Schedule

Nicole Kirk is originally from Maryland and is in her second year with Fighting Irish Media after working at the University of Northern Colorado. A former varsity field hockey student-athlete, Kirk earned her bachelor’s (2018) and master’s (2020) degrees from Frostburg State.

Ashton Pollard

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: apollar2@nd.edu

  • women’s basketball
  • Men’s and women’s swimming and diving

One of the newest additions to the athletics communications staff, Pollard, a native of Richmond, Va., joined the Fighting Irish Media team in September 2022 after covering Notre Dame football and baseball as a journalist. A former swimming student-athlete at the University of Pennsylvania, Pollard went on to earn her master’s degree from Medill at Northwestern University in 2020.

Alyson Prigge

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: arigge@nd.edu

  • Volleyball
  • Baseball
  • male golf

Born and raised in Northwest Ohio, Prigge joined Fighting Irish Media in August of this year after covering Grand Valley State athletics in Grand Rapids, MI. She graduated in 2020 from Goshen College where she was a member of the women’s basketball team.

Dan Wacker

Deputy Director of Communications for Athletics

Email: dwacker@nd.edu

  • Secondary soccer contact
  • Football references
  • Soft ball
  • Men’s tennis, Women’s tennis

Wacker enters his second season with Fighting Irish Media, working with the football, men’s and women’s tennis and softball programmes. A native of Wisconsin, Wacker came to Notre Dame after previous stops at the University of Richmond, UNC Greensboro and Indiana State.

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Dental Industry Consultants Train Dental Transformation Partners https://adsenzia.com/dental-industry-consultants-train-dental-transformation-partners/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 15:22:12 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/dental-industry-consultants-train-dental-transformation-partners/ Two of the leading advocates for disrupting the dental industry from approval to adoption, Dr. Margaret Scarlett, President of Scarlett Consulting International, and Michael Ventriello, Owner and Founder of Ventriello Communications LLC, have forged a working alliance strategy named Dental Transformation Partners (DTP). As part of this alliance, Dr. Scarlett will serve as Chief Science […]]]>



Two of the leading advocates for disrupting the dental industry from approval to adoption, Dr. Margaret Scarlett, President of Scarlett Consulting International, and Michael Ventriello, Owner and Founder of Ventriello Communications LLC, have forged a working alliance strategy named Dental Transformation Partners (DTP).

As part of this alliance, Dr. Scarlett will serve as Chief Science and Technology Officer and Michael will serve as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer.

DTP’s mission is to help pioneer the next generation of innovations that will transform dentistry and ensure that oral health is recognized as an essential part of overall health by healthcare systems, providers and the patients.

According to Dr. Scarlett, “This is the most exciting time for significant change in dentistry since the late 1980s. DTP’s ideal customers will be companies launching new digital and biotech technologies that can be implemented at scale. to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of oral diseases.

The scope of DTP’s services can range from assisting with pre-launch FDA approval to creating integrated strategic sales and marketing programs to accelerate adoption and drive revenue.

This is made possible by the complementary skills of Scarlett and Ventriello which enable dental transformation partners to offer an unparalleled combination of clinical, research, communication and marketing prowess.

Dr. Scarlett and Michael Ventriello have worked in just about every category of dental products and technologies that have either changed the practice of dentistry or are currently transforming the dental industry. “Dr. Scarlett and I have been collaborating on and off for nearly 20 years,” Ventriello explained. “Since the COVID outbreak, we have found ourselves working together more frequently in relevant product categories such as teledentistry, smudging air and periodontal therapy. We agreed that with all the innovations happening in dentistry, such as diagnostics and artificial intelligence, we should combine our skills more cohesively to help emerging companies and systems get to market. The result is Dental Transformation Partners.

For more details on Dental Transformation Partners, visit DentalTransformationPartners.com, email Info@DentalTransformationPartners.com and follow DTP on LinkedIn.


About Margaret Scarlett, DDS

Dr. Scarlett is a practicing dentist and specialist in infectious and chronic diseases. Author of CDC first consulting on infection control in 1986, Dr. Scarlett leads Scarlett Consulting International, which specializes in helping businesses and organizations improve overall health and oral health outcomes through data. She is the former editor-in-chief of Woman’s Dental Diarystarted Medscape Dentistry and Oral Healthand has also authored countless peer-reviewed journal articles and scientific white papers.

Additionally, Dr. Scarlett is a sought-after speaker and webinar presenter. Among his many areas of expertise are dental technology (hardware and software), infection control, digital workflows, regulation, oral-systemic linkages, dental education, materials, and more.

About Michel Ventriello

Michael is an award-winning copywriter, former journalist, and accomplished public relations and marketing strategist. For over twenty years, Michael has focused on dental industry marketing and public relations, working to advance the profession’s product adoption for many leading dental technology companies.

In 2012, Michael founded a virtual marketing, advertising and public relations agency, Ventriello Communications, launching innovative products in the dental industry.

Michael is also an author and industry expert whose articles and columns on public relations, dental technology and marketing have appeared in numerous print and online dental journals.

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Michael Puelle Selected to Lead UNM Government Relations : UNM Newsroom https://adsenzia.com/michael-puelle-selected-to-lead-unm-government-relations-unm-newsroom/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 22:24:16 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/michael-puelle-selected-to-lead-unm-government-relations-unm-newsroom/ University of New Mexico President Garnett S. Stokes announced the appointment of Michael Puelle as UNM’s Director of Government Relations, following a nationwide search. He will join the UNM leadership team on October 10, 2022. Michael Puelle UNM’s Office of Government and Community Relations reports directly to the Office of the President, with the Director […]]]>

University of New Mexico President Garnett S. Stokes announced the appointment of Michael Puelle as UNM’s Director of Government Relations, following a nationwide search. He will join the UNM leadership team on October 10, 2022.

Michael Puelle

UNM’s Office of Government and Community Relations reports directly to the Office of the President, with the Director of Government Relations having strategic oversight of all government and community relations activities and how they intersect with campus constituents, as well as external engagement at the local, state, and federal level.

“I am delighted to welcome Michael to the UNM leadership team,” said Stokes. “He has embraced public service throughout his career and brings us the ideal combination of strength as an administrator and extensive experience at all levels of government, including community relations and legislative strategy.”

Puelle has over 30 years of experience in public policy and government relations in the public, not-for-profit and private sectors. As of 2020, Puelle has served as Chief of Staff to the Mayor of the City of Albuquerque. Previously, he served as Managing Director and Director of Public Policy and Government Relations for Associated General Contractors (AGC) in New Mexico. He established positive and extensive relationships within Albuquerque and across New Mexico, as well as a comprehensive understanding of federal politics and decision-making.

“I am thrilled and proud to join UNM because it is an institution that creates such a significant and positive impact for families and communities across the state,” Puelle said. “I look forward to working with leaders and stakeholders – especially students – connected with the university community to expand these impacts and seize the opportunities before us.”

Puelle received a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Connecticut and a master’s degree in public management from the University of Maryland.

Nathan Bush, who joined UNM as Associate Director of the Office of Government and Community Relations in 2020, has served as the Acting Director of Government Relations since November 2021. “I am sincerely grateful for the dedicated and thoughtful leadership Nathan has provided. brought to the position and the University,” Stokes said. “His energy, insight, and collaborative approach to UNM’s government and community relations efforts have been invaluable, and I look forward to his continued service to the University.”

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William Spring, ‘official par excellence’, dies at 87 https://adsenzia.com/william-spring-official-par-excellence-dies-at-87/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 21:05:16 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/william-spring-official-par-excellence-dies-at-87/ Mr. Springwho brought optimism and hope to Boston as a Federal Reserve Bank executive who worked to combat racial bias in lending, was 87 when he died September 3. He had lived for decades in Boston, where he battled the aftermath of being hit by a bicycle courier in 1997 while crossing Commonwealth Avenue. The […]]]>

Mr. Springwho brought optimism and hope to Boston as a Federal Reserve Bank executive who worked to combat racial bias in lending, was 87 when he died September 3.

He had lived for decades in Boston, where he battled the aftermath of being hit by a bicycle courier in 1997 while crossing Commonwealth Avenue. The accident then left him in a coma for five weeks and compromised his health at the end of his life.

“Bill Spring is that rare person for whom the war on poverty never ended,” Neil Sullivan, executive director of the Boston Private Industry Council, wrote for a 1999 gala honoring Mr. Spring’s work – a celebration who drew applause for his accomplishments from President Bill Clinton.

“Thanks to your vision and leadership, Boston’s businesses and public schools have joined forces to reduce the school dropout rate, improve student academic performance, and help young people make a smooth transition from school. to the world of work,” Clinton said. then wrote of Mr. Spring.

At the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, where he was vice president for community affairs, Mr. Spring co-directed, with Constance Dunham, a historical study which highlighted the existence and impact of racial bias in city mortgages.

Mr. Spring, who was appointed to the Boston School Committee by two mayors, Raymond L. Flynn and Thomas M. Menino, also led the Trilateral Council for Quality Education and helped found the Boston Compact. This program’s innovative approach to curriculum, linking business leaders and heads of public institutions across the city, has been widely emulated elsewhere.

During his early years in Washington, D.C., he played a key role in drafting and approving legislation relating to the National Teacher Corps, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, and the School to Work Act, and he served on President Jimmy Carter’s domestic policy staff.

Friends said a lasting part of Mr. Spring’s impact was how he encouraged and guided others through their own careers in the legislative and executive branches of government.

“He’s been a great mentor to me and a bunch of others,” said Thomas Glynassociate professor at Harvard Kennedy School and former undersecretary of the United States Department of Labor.

Mr. Spring’s efforts were “never about Bill,” Glynn said. “It was always about work. And he was good at finding areas of compromise that people could agree on and crafting a bill based on those compromises and agreements.

In an email, author Doris Kearns Goodwin wrote that when she met Mr. Spring “in Washington more than half a century ago, I knew we would be friends forever. He was funny, smart, full of life, and oh how he could talk about the social justice issues that were so close to his heart! How fortunate we are that this public servant par excellence has settled in Boston, where his good works will live on for many years, as well as the inspiration he gave to generations of young people to strive to make a difference.

William Julian Spring was born in New York on July 16, 1935. His father was Dr. Julian William Spring and his mother, Lila Willard Spring Stanforth, was a nurse who remarried after Dr. Spring’s death.

Young Bill spent formative time at his family’s property in Colrain and graduated from high school in Manhasset, NY on Long Island where he developed a long-lasting passion for basketball. until adulthood. His jumps were legendary, friends said – nothing but the net.

Mr. Spring graduated from Harvard College with the class of 1957, but did not graduate for some time afterward because he was in basic Army training at the time of commencement.

Then he landed a job as a reporter in Milwaukee, mostly writing obituaries until he was called back to active duty during the Berlin crisis. He wrote that he had done his part to defend Berlin “from the car park and tennis courts of Fort Chaffee, Arkansas”.

Returning to the paper, he began covering welfare and the civil rights movement before joining the staff of U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, a Democrat from Wisconsin.

In 1959, Mr. Spring married Grace Shenefield. Their three children are Cassandra Corcoran of Bristol, Vt., Joshua of Colrain and Abigail of Washington, DC The couple’s marriage ended in divorce and Grace died. in 2018.

Mr Spring married Micho Fernandez in 1975. Deputy Mayor during the administration of Kevin White, she is now reputation manager to public relations giant Weber Shandwick.

The couple had two children, Silvia from Washington, DC and William from Needham.

“He was incredibly smart,” Micho said of her husband. “It was his intelligence that drew me to him, but it was his decency that made me love him.”

In all of his roles, she said, he had “this gift of being able to bring people together – with insight, a lot of respect and humor – and finding common ground where there didn’t seem to be any. have”.

In addition to his wife and children, Mr. Spring is survived by his half-brother, Bob Stanforth of Madison, Wis.; his half-brother, Bruce Stanforth of Amherst; 12 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. on October 7 at Emmanuel Church in Back Bay.

US Senator Edward Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts, marveled at Mr. Spring’s foresight. “I think Bill Spring saw the 21st century workforce 40 years before the end of the 20th century,” Markey said. “He saw the shift in education from tablets and pencils to tablets and pixels long before anyone else.”

“Bill was always on the right side of things and never, ever backed down,” said Cathy E. Minehan, former president and managing director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. “He saw things very clearly – how education should be and how people should be treated.”

In 1999, Mr. Spring told the Globe that he “never did for money what I wouldn’t do for free. I really, deeply appreciate public policy issues.

Sullivan, who was the city’s policy director in Flynn’s administration, called Mr. Spring “the intellectual forefather of the school-to-career movement.”

“By that I mean the common thread running through Bill’s career, from the Carter White House through his entire life, was the need to integrate education and youth employment for high schoolers,” Sullivan said. “He sincerely believed that secondary education and youth employment should be one and the same, especially to address economic and racial disparities.”

Throughout Mr. Spring’s life, even after the accident from which he unexpectedly returned, “the clarity of his core values ​​remained intact,” Sullivan said.

With his expansive intellect, Mr. Spring “could finish your thoughts for you and then explain the story of everything you saw,” Sullivan said. “And he was lyrical. You could listen to him and say, ‘Wow, what a sentence! Did he just say that? That’s absolutely correct. “


Bryan Marquard can be reached at bryan.marquard@globe.com.

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Six animated shorts feature the work of Texas A&M Arts & Humanities Fellows https://adsenzia.com/six-animated-shorts-feature-the-work-of-texas-am-arts-humanities-fellows/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 22:16:29 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/six-animated-shorts-feature-the-work-of-texas-am-arts-humanities-fellows/ Funded by the Research Division of Texas A&M University, the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program has released its third series of animated shorts. This year’s lively showcase showcases the exceptional scholarship and creativity of the program’s class of 2017. Each animated short describes a research or creative project supported by a three-year, $15,000 grant from […]]]>

Funded by the Research Division of Texas A&M University, the Arts and Humanities Fellowship Program has released its third series of animated shorts. This year’s lively showcase showcases the exceptional scholarship and creativity of the program’s class of 2017.

Each animated short describes a research or creative project supported by a three-year, $15,000 grant from the Arts & Humanities Fellows program. Recognized for their creativity and scientific value, these projects were the third group to receive funding from the program. The videos are also available in the 2022 issue of the digital magazine research@Texas A&M…the magazine.

“Texas A&M is committed to investing in the arts and humanities,” said Vice President for Research Jack G. Baldauf. “Our Arts and Humanities Scholars Program is the result of this ongoing commitment. This engaging series of short but memorable videos illustrates the extraordinary scholarship of our 2017 Arts and Humanities Scholars.”

The third in a series of animated shorts, produced by Research Communications and Public Relations, features the following Arts and Humanities Fellows and their funded projects:

  • Ira DworkinAssociate Professor, Department of English, examined the work of a 19th century Nigerian writer who explored American citizenship from the perspective of an African Muslim immigrant.
  • Angela Pulley Hudsonprofessor, Department of History, studied 19th-century practitioners known as Indian doctresses whose success demonstrates how stereotypes permeate American life.
  • June LeiAssistant Professor, Department of International Studies, has published a book that examines the root causes of today’s geopolitical tensions and the hatred expressed toward Asian Americans.
  • jeff morrisprofessor in the Department of Performance Studies, has recorded two albums of music that combine technology and human experience to find new avenues of creative expression.
  • Martin Reganprofessor, Department of Performance Studies, has composed and recorded music that aims to transcend imaginary boundaries to celebrate the similarities between musical cultures.
  • Adam Seipprofessor in the Department of History, conducted research on the effects of the American military presence in Germany after the Second World War.

The Arts & Humanities Fellows program plans to release animated shorts about the promotions 2019-21 as well as future courses.

About research at Texas A&M University: As one of the world’s leading research institutions, Texas A&M is at the forefront of making meaningful contributions to scholarship and discovery, including science and technology. Research conducted at Texas A&M generated annual expenditures of more than $1.148 billion in fiscal year 2021. Texas A&M ranked 14th in the most recent Higher Education Research and Development Survey from the National Science Foundation based on expenditures of more than $1.131 billion in fiscal year 2020. Texas A&M’s research creates new knowledge that makes fundamental, fundamental, and applied contributions, resulting in, in many case, by economic benefits for the state, the nation and the world. To learn more, visit Research@Texas A&M.

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Razorbacks set to start new season with Red Vs White Intrasquad https://adsenzia.com/razorbacks-set-to-start-new-season-with-red-vs-white-intrasquad/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 21:32:22 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/razorbacks-set-to-start-new-season-with-red-vs-white-intrasquad/ Branford clay September 6, 2022 Fayetteville, Ark. – The Razorbacks are set to open the 2022-23 season with their annual Intrasquad red vs. white scrimmage this week. Opponents: Red vs. WhiteDate: Wednesday, September 7, 2022Location: Arkansas Natatorium – Fayetteville, Ark.Time: 3pm CT TO LOOK CLOSERThe Razorbacks have four returns who swam in the NCAA Championship […]]]>


Fayetteville, Ark. The Razorbacks are set to open the 2022-23 season with their annual Intrasquad red vs. white scrimmage this week.

Opponents: Red vs. White
Date: Wednesday, September 7, 2022
Location: Arkansas Natatorium – Fayetteville, Ark.
Time: 3pm CT

TO LOOK CLOSER
The Razorbacks have four returns who swam in the NCAA Championship last season Kobie Melton, Bella Cothern, Andrea Sansores and Vanessa Herrmann. The Hogs also bolstered their roster this offseason with the addition of Luciana Thomas, who swam to the NCAA championship, from Notre Dame.

LAST TIME OUT
Arkansas was last in the water for the NCAA Championship, where they finished 28th as a team. One of the highlights of the 2021-22 season for the Razorbacks was a new program record in the 400 freestyle relay. Melton, Cothern, Emily Barclay and Sansores swam the race in 3:13.31 at the NCAA Championships and finished 15e.

MORE INFORMATION
Keep up to date with all the latest news and information and get a behind-the-scenes look at our program on our social media accounts. Follow us on Twitter at @RazorbackSD and check out our Facebook page. Stats, news and player information can be found at ArkansasRazorbacks.com.

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Nixes County Public Relations Post For Now | News, Sports, Jobs https://adsenzia.com/nixes-county-public-relations-post-for-now-news-sports-jobs/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 06:31:24 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/nixes-county-public-relations-post-for-now-news-sports-jobs/ MAYVILLE — A new position that was created this summer to work in county government has been cut, although it may be reinstated differently in the future. In July, the Chautauqua County Legislature set the salary for the public relations officer, a new position. The individual would be paid between $53,674 and $82,248. […]]]>

MAYVILLE — A new position that was created this summer to work in county government has been cut, although it may be reinstated differently in the future.

In July, the Chautauqua County Legislature set the salary for the public relations officer, a new position. The individual would be paid between $53,674 and $82,248. He went by a 14-3 margin, with only Republican support. Democratic lawmakers Bob Bankoski of Dunkirk, Susan Parker of Fredonia and Billy Torres of Jamestown voted against. Democratic lawmaker Paul Whitford of Jamestown was absent.

In August, the local law was repealed by the Legislature at the request of County Executive PJ Wendel, a Republican.

Before the vote, Wendel discussed his reasoning. He noted that the local law was passed before notorious author Salman Rushdie was stabbed on August 12 at the Chautauqua Institution.

“The County Executive’s Office and the District Attorney’s Office have received calls from all over the world – CNN, places as far apart as Japan, India, Australia and New Zealand,” he said. “We have become aware of the critical nature of public information. This is not the public relations aspect that we are looking for. So, after further consideration, it is best to ensure that we have a position that is properly suited and correctly described in the job description, which matches what we are looking for.

Wendel said that person would distribute information, use the county’s social media pages and coordinate information between multiple departments. “As you know, amid the lawsuits and cases that are still coming out, this information is essential to be released in a timely manner and in a way that does not impede or compromise ongoing investigations, or in the case of the bombing which took place in the Institution, jeopardize an international investigation”, he said.

After Wendel’s intervention, the legislator unanimously decided to repeal the local law.

After the meeting, Wendel was asked if the plan was to bring the position back in the future. “We are looking into it. We are in the process of reassessing it. There’s a good chance we will.” he said.

Wendel said he had job descriptions from other counties he wanted to review before submitting a proposal to the legislature.

The three Democratic lawmakers who voted against the resolution in July said at the time that their problem was funding the post. After the August meeting, Wendel said their objections were not the reasons he asked for the position to be removed; it was more about what the job description was listed. He wants to focus more on the dissemination of information than on public relations. “It was easier for us to undo it and start over,” he said.



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D65 Receives National and State Communications Awards https://adsenzia.com/d65-receives-national-and-state-communications-awards/ Fri, 02 Sep 2022 21:19:26 +0000 https://adsenzia.com/d65-receives-national-and-state-communications-awards/ Submitted by District 65Evanston/Skokie District 65 received one of the most prestigious awards in educational communication from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) this summer. District 65 Joseph E. Hill Education Center. Credit: Adina Keeling The “Student Assignment Planning: Fostering Equity and Access in Education” campaign was selected from several nominations submitted across the […]]]>


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Evanston/Skokie District 65 received one of the most prestigious awards in educational communication from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) this summer.

District 65 Joseph E. Hill Education Center. Credit: Adina Keeling

The “Student Assignment Planning: Fostering Equity and Access in Education” campaign was selected from several nominations submitted across the country to receive the 2022 Golden Achievement Award for outstanding communication and engagement efforts. The winning entries were recognized at the 2022 NSPRA National Seminar July 17-20 in Chicago.

Additionally, District 65 won three awards for its communications and engagement efforts from the Illinois Chapter/National School Public Relations Association (INSPRA).

  • Student homework planning video – Deb Keegan, Melissa Messinger, Sarita Smith, Tania Margonza, Student Homework Planning Video
  • MIRACLES in Action: December 2021 Community Report – Melissa Messinger; Deb Kegan
  • Student Assignment Planning: Fostering Equity and Access to Education – Deb Keegan, Tania Margonza, Melissa Messinger, Sarita Smith, Stephanie Veloz,

Winners will be honored at the INSPRA Awards Ceremony to be held September 9 in Oak Brook. The district is one of dozens of professional school communicators who will be honored across the state. Each entry is evaluated by judges against a rubric of excellence, with prizes awarded to those who scored within established ranges for merit and excellence.

“Our communications department is focused year-round on demonstrating the many ways District 65 uses its resources to help students and families,” Superintendent Dr. Devon Horton said. “These projects are excellent examples of this work,” he said.

For the national award, according to the NSPRA website, the organization “gold rewardrecognizes outstanding strategic work in all aspects of public relations, communications, marketing and school engagement.

In the spring of 2021, District 65 embarked on the first phase of a multi-year process to develop a comprehensive student assignment plan to modernize its structure and address the historic inequities that most impact students of color. The process included updating school attendance limits, a selection process for magnet schools/programs, and the possibility of returning a school to the Fifth Ward community.

Despite changes to enrollment, student demographics, academic services and programs, the district had not comprehensively reviewed attendance limits or recommended changes in nearly 30 years.

After more than a year of community engagement and communication efforts, the school board approved a new student assignment plan in March 2022, as well as a funding plan for building a school in the fifth ward of Evanston. The new plan will come into effect no earlier than the 2024-2025 school year.

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