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Continuing Our Memories

Memories

Brandon Noel

This is the thing; you won’t really know, or appreciate, how good your education was until after it’s done. I remember being in my corporate job and assigned communication projects that entailed Junior year course level work - and I was far ahead of some of my peers. I attribute a lot of my successes as a communicator to UNCW and the quality of the education I received.  Even though you will want to curse their very names at times,  the professors are awesome.  Take advantage to their knowledge!  I promise you, it will pay off.

 

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Andrew Knoble

My experience within the Communication Studies program is one that I will never forget.  It was much more than the course work that I found valuable, but the people that I met along the way.  The relationships I built with professors and fellow students are those that I will cherish forever; many of which I still maintain to this day.  There were lessons I learned during my time in the program that I continue to use and refine in my career; lessons such as independence, teamwork, and self-motivation.

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Bradley Cotton

I had a really great experience with COM studies. I naturally fell into it when I met one of the professors. I feel like there were a lot of insights about myself that I learned through the course of study, such as when we did the Myers Briggs personality test in the interpersonal com class. That gave me a lot of direction and focus as I set out on a career path. I learned a lot about communicating in other cultures with the intercultural course I took. This was particularly beneficial to me since I double majored in Spanish. The performance classes have really given me a leg up for leading meetings and organizations and from time to time being on camera. I really enjoyed my time and would highly recommend the program.

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