Articulating My Professional Identity

In this session participants will identify and learn how to articulate who they currently are and desire to be within their academic and professional disciplines. From cultivating your elevator pitch to setting short- and long-term, actionable goals to reach your ultimate professional platform, this session will provide an interactive space so that one can authentically brand and differentiate themselves and their work. 

April 18, 2018 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location: 203 Watt Family Innovation Center

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Presented by:

Dr. Lori M. Pindar

She is currently serving as Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Communication within College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences.

Educational/training background

Dr. Lori Pindar’s research has encompassed a range of topics addressing issues related to authentic messages in institutional branding in relational, institutional, and societal contexts, the college experience of gifted and minority student groups, including student-athletes, and the treatment of health and disease in higher education. Her work has been presented nationally and appeared in the Handbook of Religion and Health Communication. Dr. Pindar is also jointly appointed in the Department of Graphic Communications and serves as Assistant Director of the Erwin Center for Brand Communications in the College of Business


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