Texas A&M Division of Student Affairs announces graphic designer II position

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The marketing and communications team for the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs at Texas A&M University is excited to announce a new opportunity. The Graphic Designer II position will support various print and digital projects for the marketing and communication needs of the Division of Student Affairs (DSA), including planning, consulting, conceptualizing, designing, and editing images and a … Read More

Looking Forward to Three New Stylebooks

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by Barbara Gastel, MD, MPH | Professor Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences Texas A&M College of Medicine April arrived—and with it a newfound freedom. For the first time in nearly a decade, I had only one blog post per month to write. Since 2008, I had prepared at least a post per week for AuthorAID, a … Read More

May/June Brazos Reads | INSITE Magazine

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Reprinted with permission from InsiteBrazosValley.com. By Shelbi LeMeilleur Less Said, More Done In anticipation of the upcoming BVIABC Lunch + Learn event featuring Jason Franzen, Brazos Reads is featuring the first two books in his trilogy designed to streamline communication. ‘Less & More’ by Jason Franzen In his first book of a trilogy about streamlining modern communication, Jason Franzen tackles … Read More

2017 BVIABC Volunteer Incentive Program

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What is this? The 2017 BVIABC Volunteer Incentive Program! What’s in it for you? You could: Gain a sense of pride and investment in your membership, by giving back to the chapter, the association, and the profession. Gain experience in areas you may not encounter in your regular job or through other volunteer work. Find out more about what IABC has … Read More

IABC Leadership Institute 2017: My Love/Hate Relationship Continues…

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by Jennie L. Lamb, BVIABC President 2015–17 On Thu., Feb. 23, Marie Lindley, vice president of finance and president-elect, and Manda Jackson, vice president of membership, joined me as we drove to Dallas to participate in the 2017 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Leadership Institute (LI): Share, Lead, Succeed. This marked LI #3 for both Marie and I—but for Manda, … Read More

3 essential reasons SEO is a communicator’s job

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By Blair Williamson “Search engine optimization…that means you have to buy ads on Google, right?” That’s the old school way of thinking – pay Google and they will make your site appear in search. Not really. Yes, Google AdWords can help your site turn up in a targeted keyword search, and those site visits can increase your “street cred” with … Read More

Brazos Valley communicators honored at IABC Southern Region Conference

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On Oct. 14, at the Coca-Cola World Headquarters in Atlanta, IABC Southern Region held their 2016 Awards Luncheon in conjunction with the regional conference, #IABCConnect16. 2016 IABC Southern Region Communicator of the Year Jennie L. Lamb (shown above with 2016 IABC Southern Region Hall of Fame Inductee, John G. Clemons, MS, ABC, APR, IABC Fellow, and IABC International Chair, Dianne … Read More

October is Member Month!

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October is IABC Member Month! Join IABC or reinstate your membership during October and we’ll give you 10% off international dues AND waive the US $40 application fee. You’ll also be entered to win one of two US $500 Amazon gift cards, exclusively for new and reinstating members.  Why should you join IABC? Check out the many reasons here. Already an IABC member? Be an … Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts of Content Marketing Strategy

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by Brad Dressler | Partner and Director of Digital Marketing Pro Social Media Coaching and Marketing Content marketing is experiencing a huge growth surge. In the last few years, I’m certain we’ve all heard multiple professionals say, “Content is king.” However, the term “content marketing” is not new and was first used in 1996 by John F. Oppedahl at a roundtable discussion of … Read More

From Bastogne to Texas—The Texas Aggies Go To War Exhibit

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by Jill Giroir | jgiroir@hsbpartners.us Texas Aggies Go To War Taskforce Co-Chair A new non-profit is looking for volunteers to help with branding, marketing, and web design. From Bastogne to Texas, Inc. (FBT) is a 501(c)(3) organization based in Bryan/College Station with a mission to create and present creative, engaging, and educational exhibits honoring this nation’s citizen soldiers. The first exhibit … Read More