Last week, Khara Cole, who graduated from UA with a degree in Public Relations and Religious Studies in 2013, lead current students in a career workshop. The casual meeting launched last year as an RSSA initiative and continued this year (organized by Prof. Vaia Touna). The presentation covered everything from resume structure to LinkedIn formatting, and even nonverbal communication during interviews.
This weekend marked REL’s first homecoming bash on the balcony — we sent out invites to all alums for whom we have good mailing addresses and made sure our current majors & minors were in the loop. Our Alumni Liaison committee members were all there, as well as many faculty and staff members. The result? We’d say that about 50 or 60 students, grads, family, and friends came by before kick-off, for some food, some stories and, yes, some pictures. Continue reading →
REL grads: you may have recently seen on our social media that current majors and minors were greeted with new book bags this Fall, with the Department identity on the one side and UA’s on the other.
Well, now grads can contact us and ask for one as well.
They’re flat-bottomed, sturdy bags, made from heavy canvas, and are 12 ” tall x 14 ” wide and open to be 5 inches wide. While suitable for books they also work great for, well…, virtually anything else you can fit in them, whether fresh produce form the farmer’s market or the river stone you’re using to build that sweet backyard water feature.
To get yours mailed to you, visit https://religion.ua.edu/stay-in-touch/ on the Department website and update your mailing address, tell us a little news about yourself, and at the bottom of the page, under Other Comments/Questions, just ask for a book bag.
Simple as that.
The offer, while supplies last, is limited to grads
who majored or minored at UA in REL or Judaic Studies.