Polly Payne
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Hi! My name is Polly Payne and am a Senior in Public Relations. I enjoy traveling, and just spent my last summer traveling around Europe and working in London . When I graduate I plan to work abroad in Public Relations.
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Change.gov: Bridging Social Media and Government

As we saw social media play historic part in the 2008 presidential election, CNN recently reported how Obama is continuing to use social media to communicate with the public as well as listen. According to the report:



Within 24 hours of last week’s historic vote, his transition team rolled out change.gov, a Web site that promises to be “your source for the latest news, events and… Continue

Posted on November 17, 2008 at 4:00pm

Social Media: Changing the News, Government and Your Future

As a PR student I have been trying to wrap my mind around the concept of social media. With so many definitions buzzing around I looked towards a blogging guru Adam Singer. Singer has been integrated in social media since 2004.



“I would describe it as democratized media; a place to contribute digital content and receive feedback,” said Singer.



I think one of the biggest lessons about social media I have realized is that to learn… Continue

Posted on November 17, 2008 at 3:00pm

Lee County Red Cross:: Using Social Media to Make a Difference

Social media allows organizations to reach large audiences as it is rapidly being adopted all over the world.The American Red Cross chapter in Opelika is currently using social media to help replenish their national fund.



“Our disaster relief fund has bankrupted this year and we have had to take out many loans to fill the needs of people all over the world,” said Jennifer Ryan, CEO of Opelika’s American Red Cross.



Ryan has been working with the Red Cross for 9 years… Continue

Posted on November 10, 2008 at 3:30pm

Diversity Research:Bringing Awareness and Change

AUBURN-Auburn’s recent diversity conference has brought awareness to the topic of diversity research. Auburn has many employees from numerous departments currently undertaking diversity research initiatives.



Diversity research serves as a catalyze for change and development in Auburn and across the nation. Through diversity research we can better understand how it fix problems for auburn employees, students, community relations and national development.



“ I was very… Continue

Posted on November 3, 2008 at 3:30pm

Diversity Research at Auburn: Vital for Success

Auburn is hosting a conference in honor of diversity research in Auburn Oct 29th and 30th at the Auburn University Hotel and conference center.



Speakers from all over the U.S. and Auburn’s own researchers are coming together to share their experiences and discuss current affairs in diversity research that is relevant to understanding the differences that matter.



Allison-Jones Farmer is one of the many faculty members at Auburn University currently conducting diversity… Continue

Posted on October 27, 2008 at 3:30pm

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At 8:42pm on August 18, 2008, Loveliest Village said…
Hey, Polly! Thanks for signing up. I hope you enjoy this part of the exercises. Look at some of the videos created by the students before you. With your imagination, this can be a fun and valuable exercise. :o)
 
 
 

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