Posts tagged ‘Digital Communications’

Whiskeyman’s Simpatico Studios Named a 2019 Best Branding Agency

Simpatico Studios, founded and run by Jill Kidulic Whiskeyman ’07 and Steve Whisleyman ’09, both double majors in English and digital communications, was named a 2019 Best Branding Agency by DesignRush. Simpatico Studies, a B2B marketing agency and small business marketing agency specializing in brand identity design, web design and development, and integrated marketing communications, was also named fourth in the state among Best Logo Design Companies and fifth in Pennsylvania among Best Graphic Design and Print Design Companies. Brxton Kocher ’17 is senior account planner and producer at Simpatico.

Devon Malloy ’19 Wins STEM Scholarship at Women in Technology Awards Event

Devon Malloy ’19, digital communications and global studies, was recognized for her contributions to the mid-state tech industry during the 2018 Women in Technology Awards event presented by the Technology Council of Central in June. Devon was awarded a STEM scholarship.

Kaitlyn Partington ’17 Named “30 Under 40”

Kaitlyn Partington ’17, business administration and digital communications, was recognized by the New Jersey Ad Club among the Best Marketing & Communications Professionals Under 40. Partington, one of just 30 to be so honored, is a marketing assistant at Paradigm Marketing & Design in Mt. Tabor, N.J.

 

According to a release on the Paradigm website, “To be considered for the award, nominees must demonstrate a profound impact on their respective fields and companies. They also have to exhibit qualities such as leadership, career progress, community involvement, and creating and/or achieving recognition from their peers, the public, or their employers.”

Harrisburg Chamber Names Justin Roth ’14 Marketing and Communications Manager

What Heroin Sounds Like “Day of Making” Covered by Local TV Stations

A LVC student-faculty collaborative project established to raise awareness within the community about opioid addiction and to eliminate the stigma surrounding addiction was covered by three local television stations last Sunday. The event, “Day of Making,” brought people together to create works of art representing how they and their families have been affected by the epidemic. Their creative work was covered by FOX, ABC, and CBS and the work with be displayed in the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery toward the end of March.

Adam Delmarcelle, adjunct instructor in art, and Mathew Samuel, LVC associate professor of digital communications, hosted the event, which was funded by an LVC grant.

 

Annual VALE Media Industry Conference and Inaugural Without A Box Video Contest

The 14th Annual VALE Media Industries Conference, which brings professionals from the music and digital communications industries to campus, will be held Nov. 18. Attendees experience the ins-and-outs of both industries, while having the opportunity to learn directly from current members. Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite for the event. Admission is free for LVC students and $15 for non-LVC students. Also, come out to our crawl in historic Annville for a night of live music at multiple venues!

 

In addition, VALE is hosting its inaugural video contest during the conference through Without A Box, which is for student film makers or short makers from all over. Visit here to submit your video and please note there is a $10 submission fee.