Posts filed under: social media and teaching

#OneChanceOnePair Contest with Front Office Sports

As an educator, I try to give back whenever I can to the profession. Whether it is meeting with students about internships or providing them with an opportunity to get a professional experience that will help them in their careers. […]

The [Magic] of #FrebergAlums: Building a community of former social media students

I have always been a big, big believer of bringing guest speakers to my classes, especially the social media class I teach at the University of Louisville. It’s one thing for me to share my own experiences and insights on […]

State of social media education: Research published in JPRE

Social media education has become one of the main areas I not only conduct research in, but also discuss and present on at various conferences. I tell people I really kind of “fell into” this area of research and didn’t […]

Social media and sports lessons from the Heisman Trophy Campaigns

It is that time of year where we are finishing the semester and getting ready for the holidays. Yet, it is also the time for an important athletic event that happens every year around this time for college football: The […]

Creativity is Truly Contagious for this PR professor: Reflections from EDUMax and Adobe Max

There are many words to describe the overall atmosphere I experienced this past week at the Adobe Max and EDUMax Conferences. Inspiring definitely comes to mind for sure. This was probably one of the most eye opening and truly exhilarating […]