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Student Leadership Organizations
WVSU Student Government Association
Student Government Office
212 University Union
304.766.3122
sga@wvstateu.edu
This is a central organization through which students promote the interest and welfare of the University community; promote cooperation with faculty and staff in regulation and promotion of student activities; assist with programs to further the development of a wholesome relationship between the administration and the student body.  All University students are automatically members of the organization.
The Leadership Institute
Mr. Coston Davis
304.766.5149
costondavis@wvstateu.edu
The purpose of The Leadership Institute Program is to place heavy emphasis on building tomorrow’s leaders today. By establishing the value of Leadership and its place in everyday life through education. Each member will go through levels of training, with the purpose being that each individual will gain understanding of the aspects and responsibility of an effective leader. We have a diverse group of participants that define the diversity of West Virginia State University. We have guest speakers, topic discussions, public speaking, community activities as well as campus activities. The first Friday of May is our annual Leadership Awards Luncheon.
Omicron Delta Kappa
Mr. Coston Davis
304.766.5149
costondavis@wvstateu.edu
The Purpose of The Omicron Delta Kappa Society is to recognize those who have attained a high standard of efficiency in collegiate activities and to inspire others to strive for conspicuous attainments along similar lines; to bring together the most representative students in all phases of collegiate life and thus to create an organization which will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate interest; and to bring together members of the faculty and student body of the institution, as well as other Omicron Delta Kappa members, on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness.
Student Activities Council
Mr. Chris Jackson
304.766.3107
jacksoc@wvstateu.edu
Plans, promotes and evaluates recreational, educational and social activities for students.  We are the team behind the planning.  Volunteers are encouraged to join.
Student Organizations Council
Student Government Office
212 University Union
304.766.3122
sga@wvstateu.edu
As the governing body for all organizations, the council consists of a representative from each organization and helps promote good relations amongst themselves.
 
Faith Based Organizations
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Nathan Gainer
304.766.3145
ngainer@wvstateu.edu
FCA focuses on serving local communities by equipping, empowering and encouraging people to make a difference for Christ.
Campus Awakening
Dr. Robert Harrison, Jr.
304.766.3313
harrisonr@wvstateu.edu
Our mission at Campus Awakening is to empower students to bring prayer and power to university and high school campuses to see transformation in all areas of society. We are building a network of students and leaders who burn for revival and regional transformation on their campuses and around the world.
Catholic Campus Ministries
http://wvsucatholic.com
Dr. Robert Harrison, Jr.
304.766.3313
harrisonr@wvstateu.edu
Welcome all students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni of West Virginia State University Catholic Campus Ministry!  We meet weekly for lunch, prayer, and social time.  We celebrate Mass on campus monthly and on Holy Days. We participate in social service projects, retreats, and social activities. 
 
Art, Music & Theater Organizations
Collegiate Music Educators National Conference (C-MENC)
Mr. Scott Woodard
304.766.3190
swoodar1@wvstateu.edu
Music allows us to celebrate and preserve our cultural heritages, and also to explore the realms of expression, imagination, and creation resulting in new knowledge. Therefore, every individual should be guaranteed the opportunity to learn music and to share in musical experiences.
The National Association for Music Education is to advance music education by encouraging the study and making of music by all.
Marching and Symphonic Band
Mr. Scott Woodard
304.766.3190
swoodar1@wvstateu.edu
This group performs at all home football games as well as several concerts during the year.  The group is comprised of both music majors and non-music majors.  Students receive one credit hour for participating in this activity.  Scholarships are available for complete tuition waiver. 
Motivational Organization of New Artists (MONA)
Ms. Molly Erlandson
304.766.3338
erlandms@wvstateu.edu
The sole purpose of M.O.N.A. is to create accessibility to art for students from all majors who are interested. We're focused on traveling during the semester, raising funds for small trips throughout the semester, and one major trip at the end of the school year. In the past, we have visited New York City, Chicago, and Asheville. The purpose of our travels is to venture out in to other art communities and to return inspired. We feel that art should be available to everyone and we're here to help make that happen.
 
Political Organizations
College Republicans
Mr. Frank Vaughan
304.766.3046
fvaughan@wvstateu.edu
A national organization for college and university students who support the Republican Party of the United States.  The organization is known as an active recruiting tool for the Republican Party and has produced many prominent Republican and conservative activists and introduced more party members to the Republican party than any other organization in the nation.
State Democrats
Dr. Gerald Beller
304.766.3045
beller@wvstateu.edu
The all encompassing purpose of the “State Democrats” shall be to practice and promote the ideas of Justice, Liberty, Equality, and Freedom that America was founded on.  Furthermore, that the observance of these customs is not to be dependent on concern of personal race, sex, religion, disability, age, sexual orientation, or national origin.  We shall pursue and preserve these ideas through support of the Democratic Party.
 
Media & Publications Organizations
Kanawha Review
Dr. Rob Wallace
304.766.4114
wallacer@wvstateu.edu
The Kanawha Review is an annual publication of the WVSU Office of Student Affairs.  Contributors to the magazine are students and former students of the University.  Selections are made by the student editors and by a faculty editor (who is from the English Department) and do not necessarily reflect the attitudes of the University.  The editors believe that a variety of styles, voices and views should be represented in the magazine.
 
Students are encouraged to submit their poems, fiction, essays, scripts, drawings and photographs to be considered for future issues.  Materials to be considered for publication should be brought or mailed to Dr. Rob Wallace, 207 Hill Hall.
The Yellow Jacket
Ms. Jessica Barnes-Pietruszynski
304.766.3077
jbarnesp@wvstateu.edu
The student newspaper is published by and for students of WVSU.
 
Greek Organizations
National Pan-Hellenic Council
Mr. Eric Jackson
304.766.5734
jacksone@wvstateu.edu
The NPHC Undergraduate Councils promotes academic excellence; demonstrates values of NPHC, member organizations, and host institutions; develop leadership skills; develop positive relationships; and develop citizenship through community service and outreach.
 
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Mrs. Patricia Wilson
304.766.3312
wilsonpat@wvstateu.edu
Alpha Kappa Alpha seeks women who will promote and extend its policies and programs.  In return, the Sorority is a conduit through which individuals can grow and develop, personally and professionally, while simultaneously providing "Service to All Mankind."
Alpha Phi Alpha
Dr. T. Ramon Stuart
304.766.3022
stuarttr@wvstateu.edu
The first African-American inter-collegiate fraternity in the world, Alpha Phi Alpha strives to develop leadership through academic excellence, personal growth, and socialization.
Delta Sigma Theta
Ms. Andrea Robinson
304.766.3353
andrea@wvstateu.edu
This organization is designed to form a closer union among college women for the fostering of high ideals and moral, social, and intellectual life.
Kappa Alpha Psi
Mr. Timothy Wilburn, Jr.
twilburnjr@wvstateu.edu
An organization that promotes Achievement in Every Field of Human Endeavor; spiritual, scholastic, professional, athletics, etc. A bond of brothers tighter knit than a family. A world-wide network that reaches throughout the United States, the U.K., Germany, Japan, South Africa, the Virginia Islands, Korea, the Bahamas, Bermuda, and etc. A once in a lifetime opportunity!
Omega Psi Phi
Mr. Chris Jackson
304.766.3107
jacksonc@wvstateu.edu
This fraternity aims to bring about a union of college men of similar high ideas of scholarship and manhood in order to stimulate the attainment of ideals and ambitions of its members.
Phi Beta Sigma
Ms. Krystal Smith
304.766.5723
smithkr@wvstateu.edu
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students. The Founders, Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, and Honorable Charles I. Brown, wanted to organize a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service.

The Founders deeply wished to create an organization that viewed itself as “a part of” the general community rather than “apart from” the general community. They believed that each potential member should be judged by his own merits, rather than his family background or affluence…without regard to race, nationality, skin tone or texture of hair. They desired for their fraternity to exist as part of an even greater brotherhood which would be devoted to the “inclusive we” rather than the “exclusive we”.
Zeta Phi Beta
Dr. Sonya Armstrong
304.766.3390
armstrso@wvstateu.edu
This sorority is designed to promote the cause of education by encouraging high standards of scholarship, uplifting worthwhile projects, and fostering the spirit of sisterly love.
 
Honorary Organizations
Alpha Delta Mu
Mrs. Rita Brown
304.766.3273
brownri@wvstateu.edu
The Alpha Delta Mu Nation Social Work Honor Society was chartered in April 1977.  Its purpose is to advance excellence in social work practice and to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in Social Work.  To be eligible for membership, a student must be a Social Work or Social Welfare major in a program that is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.
Alpha Kappa Delta
Ms. Gail Mosby
304.766.3047
gmosby@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the national honor society in sociology is open to students who have completed sixty hours, 15 of which must be in Sociology.  Students must have attained an overall 3.0 GPA with a 3.5 GPA in the Sociology classes.
Alpha Kappa Mu
Dr. Sonya Armstrong
304.766.3390
armstrso@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the national honor society is open to students in any field of study who have completed sixty hours.  Students must have attained an overall 3.30 GPA. 
Alpha Mu Gamma
Mrs. Rebecca Conner
304.766.3124
connerre@wvstateu.edu
Alpha MU Gamma is the National Foreign Language Honor Society. Members must adhere to the ideals of Alpha Mu Gamma, which are to encourage interest in the study of foreign languages, literature and civilizations; to strive for linguistic attainment, and to foster sympathetic understanding of other peoples.
Members should contribute to the strength of the local chapter at West Virginia State University by helping with ideas, and by planning, carrying out and attending Alpha Mu Gamma-sponsored events and activities.
Members must also volunteer a specified number of hours per semester in activities of AMG.
Alpha Phi Sigma
Mr. Samuel Swindell
304.766.3082
sswindell@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the national honor society in criminal justice is open to students who have completed 12 hours in Criminal Justice.  Students must have attained an overall 3.0 GPA with a 3.2 GPA in the Criminal Justice classes. 
Alpha Psi Omega
Mrs. Susan Marrash-Minnerly
304.766.5110
minnerly@wvstateu.edu
Alpha Psi Omega is a national theatre honor society. It is open to students who have a minimum GPA of 2.5, who have participated in theatre for at least two semesters, and who have earned a total of 75 points based on the national organization's point system. Points are accumulated in the areas of performance, production, dramaturgy, and /or playwriting. 
Beta Kappa Chi
Dr. Ernest Sekabunga
304.766.5132
sekabuej@wvstateu.edu
This is the scientific honor society.  Undergraduate students are eligible for membership if they rank in the upper fifth of their class; have completed at least 64 semester hours of course work (with at least seventeen (17) semester hours in one of the sciences recognized by BKX ); a GPA of at least B in the science area; and, a general college average of at least "B".   Graduate students are eligible if they have completed at least fifteen (15) semester hours in one of the sciences recognized by the Society with a GPA of  "A" in at least 1/3 of the hours and at least a "B" in the remaining 2/3 semester hours.
Delta Mu Delta
Mr. Mike Lewis
304.766.3058
lewis@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the international honor society in business administration is open to students who have completed sixty-five hours, 15 of which must be in Business Administration.  Students must have attained a 3.25 GPA and be recommended by a BA faculty member. 
Honors Program
Dr. Genia Sklute
gsklute@wvstateu.edu
The Honors program at WVSU offers enriched academic opportunities for students with high academic achievements.  This program shall identify, recruit, and offer students’ academic challenges that enhance their skills and creativity.
Kappa Delta Pi
Dr. Paige Carney
304.766.3310
jcarney@wvstateu.edu
Kappa Delta Pi is an international honor society in education. Our members sponsor professional development programs for education students, as well as community service projects. Examples of some of these projects include our annual Mitten Tree when we collect hats, scarves and gloves for students of low socioeconomic backgrounds,  Parent's Night Out when we provide childcare for children with special needs for an evening and Literacy Alive when we use funds collected from our annual Scholastic Bookfair to purchase books for a school serving students from low socioeconomic standings.

"So to TEACH that our words inspire a will to learn. So to SERVE that each day may enhance the growth of exploring minds. So to LIVE that we may guide young and old to know the truth and love the right."
Lambda Iota Tau
Dr. David Wilson
304.766.4263
dwilson5@wvstateu.edu
 
Lambda Iota Tau is an international literary honor society.  Membership constitutes a reward for academic excellence.  To join, you must meet the following requirements:
Attained Junior standing (60 or more semester hours); achieved a minimum grade point average of 3.0; completed 15 semester hours of literature courses (writing courses such as English 101, 102, 112, & 204 don't count here) and have averaged at least 3.0 in the literature courses; and submitted to the Society's faculty advisors an acceptable "initiation" paper (research or critical) on a literary topic (usually this is one you've done in a course).
Omicron Delta Epsilon
Dr. Suvayan De
304.766.3095
sde@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the international economics honor society is open to students who have completed 12 hours in economics and have attained a 3.0 GPA. 
Phi Alpha Theta
Mr.TJ Park
304.766.3060
tpark@wvstateu.edu
Phi Alpha Theta is a national honors society for students in history to promote the study of history through publications, conferences, and the exchanges of opinions. It has many chapters throughout the nation and we have a local chapter here at WVSU.
Phi Eta Sigma
Dr. James Spencer
304.766.3233
spencer@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the national college scholastic honor society is open to freshmen with a 3.5 GPA who enrolled in a four-year program. 
Pi Sigma Alpha
Dr. Frank Vaughan
304.766.3046
fvaughan@wvstateu.edu
The national political science honor society is open to upper-class political science students with at least a 3.0 GPA. 
Pinnacle
Kellie Toledo
304.766.3262
toledoke@wvstateu.edu
The Pinnacle is an academic honor society for non-traditional students.  Membership allows students 25 years of age or older, the opportunity to participate in campus life by attending social events geared for older students and their families, participation in beneficial community projects, as well as recognition from a national honorary.  There is two levels of membership; Level One is general membership for those students seeking only a club supporting social events, whereas Level Two is the honorary requiring a grade point average of at least 3.00.  
Psi Chi
Dr. James Spencer
304.766.3349
spencer@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the national honor society in psychology is open to students who have completed at least three psychology classes and have earned a 3.0 GPA. 
Rho Phi Lambda
Ms. Patricia King
304.766.3232
kingpr@wvstateu.edu
The purpose of this honorary organization is to recognize superior recreation/parks/ leisure major students; to encourage the development of professional standards for the leisure field; to stimulate the personal development of individual members' professional growth in the leisure field; to cultivate, foster and promote a sentiment of amity among the students of the leisure profession; and to recognize those persons who have made outstanding contributions to the field of recreation/parks/leisure.
Sigma Tau Delta
Dr. David Wilson
304.766.4263
dwilson5@wvstateu.edu
 
Jessica Barnes-Pietruszynski
304.766.3077
jbarnesp@wvstateu.edu
ΣΤΔ is an international English honor society reflecting high achievement in language and literature, including writing.  To join, you must have:  Completed three semesters, with a minimum of two courses in English language or literature (beyond freshman composition); Maintained a B average; and Rank in the top 35% of your class.
The National Broadcasting Society – Alpha Epsilon Rho
Mrs. Sherri Shafer
304.766.3382
sshafer1@wvstateu.edu
The honor society component of the National Broadcasting Society.  Undergraduate candidates (a) shall have completed at least the equivalent of three semesters of full-time college work, (b) shall not rank lower than the upper one third of their college class in overall scholarship, and (c) shall have completed at least three semester courses in communication, each of at least three credit hours or the equivalent, which may be credited toward a program emphasizing electronic media (including web/internet technologies and new media), broadcasting, mass communication, radio, television, cable, film or electronic media; communication major.  Graduate student candidates shall either (a) meet the requirements for undergraduate candidates, based upon their undergraduate records, or (b) have completed at least one year of graduate work, meeting departmental standards for satisfactory progress toward an advanced degree.
Who’s Who Among College Students In American Colleges & Universities
Mrs. Sheliah Payne
304.766.4139
paynesd@wvstateu.edu
Through our years of serving higher education, Who's Who Among Students exists as one of the most highly regarded and long-standing honors programs in the nation, having earned the over-whelming respect of college faculties and administrations.  For the students - the outstanding campus leaders of the year - national recognition by the Who's Who program marks a pinnacle of scholastic achievement.
 
Special Interests Organizations
Alpha Kappa Psi
Ms. Sharon Smith Banks
304.766.3078
banksss@wvstateu.edu
Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on the principles of educating its members and the public to appreciate and demand higher ideals in business and to further the individual welfare of members during college and beyond.
 
College men and women everywhere are discovering that Alpha Kappa Psi is much more than just another organization or club—it is a unique, prestigious association of students, professors, graduates and professionals with common interests and goals. They join Alpha Kappa Psi to take advantage of valuable educational, friendship and networking opportunities.
American Chemical Society
Dr. Micheal Fultz
304.766.3106
mfultz@wvstateu.edu
The Student Members is a diverse group of students who want to advance science and science education in the area.  Any student who is interested in science can participate in community outreach and career development.  Outreach activities include trips to local schools and civic groups and career development involves seminars, professional meetings, and industrial visits.
American Criminal Justice Association – Lambda Alpha Epsilon
Mr. Mark Addesa
304.766.3080
addesama@wvstateu.edu
Membership in the Association is composed of individuals employed in the criminal justice system or taking a course of study in criminal justice at an accredited college or university at the time the application is submitted.  The club is open to students with other majors besides Criminal Justice as well.
C.R. Byrd Chapter – Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA)
Dr. Trevellya (Tee) Ford-Ahmed
304.766.3327
tfordahmed@wvstateu.edu
A pre-professional organization chartered in 1991 by the New York Office of the Public Relations Society of America to cultivate a mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners.  It further aims to foster students' understanding of modern theories and procedures, to instill in them a professional attitude and to encourage them to adhere to the highest ideals of the practice of public relations.  Benefits include networking opportunities w/ professionals in the field, practical experience, monthly newspaper of the trade, national/regional conferences, workshops, internships and employment opportunities around the nation. 
Charles E. Jones Historical Society
Dr. Lois Lucas
304.766.3050
lucasml@wvstateu.edu
The C. E. Jones Historical Society is dedicated to History awareness and preservation.  We maintain close ties with the community by working together to preserve the past. With their help we are able to keep History alive.  The C. E. Historical Society is a nonprofit organization and supported by donations and fundraisers.  Our organization is student governed, and is located on the West Virginia State University Campus.
CHOICES Peer Educators
Ms. Robin Tabor
304.766.3168
taborro@wvstateu.edu
Includes an educational component and a series of activities that provide alternatives to alcohol abuse by college students.
 
Promotes responsible social norms that recognize the appropriateness of choices, including the choice not to drink. Emphasizes safe, responsible and legal drinking practices for those who choose to drink.
 
Incorporates the use of peer educators to bring alcohol education to students.
 
Incorporates the use of numerous media -- print, lecture and theatrical -- to send the message of awareness and prevention.
Daniel L. Ferguson Sociological Society
Ms. Gail Mosby
304.766.3047
gmosby@wvstateu.edu
The Daniel L. Ferguson Sociological Society is a student based social organization open to anyone with an interest in sociology. The Society is committed to promoting social tolerance, equality, and cultural understanding on all levels from the local to the international. The Society is constantly engaged in a number of community service and fun social activities.
Delta Nu Alpha (DNA)
Dr. Tim Ruhnke
304.766.3210 ruhnketr@wvstateu.edu
This is a social organization for lovers of the outdoors (animals, plants, environment, and nature.)  Members have opportunities to participate in varied activities, such as spelunking and canoeing.  This group performs community service on and off campus.  Membership is open to all students. 
English Club
Dr. David Wilson
304.766.4263
dwilson5@wvstateu.edu
The English Club is organized to discuss and spread enjoyment of literature, film and other pertinent subjects both within the group and within the WVSU community.  The group meets colleagues in a non-classroom setting and interrelates with professors at a high level of mutual respect.
Gay-Straight Alliance
Ms. Sharon Smith Banks
304.766.3078
banksss@wvstateu.edu
This club is established to ensure a safe environment for all people regardless of race, gender, and/or sexual orientation, and functions to educate the student body as well as its members of the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, and transgendered, in order to bridge the gap between cultures.
HHPLS Club
Ms. Patricia King
304.766.3232
kingpr@wvstateu.edu
This is an organization for those interested in Health, Human Performance, and Leisure Studies.
International Student Association
Dr. Ali Ziyati
304.766.4012
aziyati@wvstateu.edu
The International Student Association is open to all students who are interested in international activities.
Minorities in Agriculture and Natural Resources Association (MANRA)
Ms. Lisa Williamson
304.204.4300
lwilliamson@wvstateu.edu
The purpose of this society shall be to provide a framework for the academic, professional and social development of minority students within the fields of Agriculture and related areas.  The national society for Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS) is the governing body.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Mr. Oree Banks
304.766.3231
obanks@wvstateu.edu
This organization strives to improve the political, educational, social, and economic status of minority groups; eliminate racial prejudice; and keep the public aware of the adverse effects of discrimination.  Membership is open to all students. 
NYANSA
Mr. Simuel Bowles
304.766.5144
bowlessa@wvstateu.edu
NYANSA (pronounced n-yon-sah) is the Ghanaian word for wisdom and knowledge.  Members of the organization believe that wisdom encompasses four areas:  Life choices (for progress), knowledge (for education), association or affiliation (positively begets positively), and individual growth (goal orientation and commitment).  The NYANSA organization stresses all phases of productivity, responsibility and independence.  With the conception of NYANSA have come numerous activities that contribute to the betterment of WVSU and the surrounding communities.
Peer Tutors
Ms. Daisy Squirts
304.766.3041 dsquirts@wvstateu.edu
Tutoring for most subjects is available free of charge to any WVSU student.  The TAP Room, in 117 Wallace Hall, is open for walk-in math tutoring, and the Writing Center, in 304 Ferrell Hall, has writing tutors available throughout the week.
Philosophy Club
Dr. Tayoba Ngenge
304.766.3079
ngenge@wvstateu.edu
The purposes of the is organization are:  to search for wisdom through rational and other means; to enhance our academic performance; to hone our critical, conceptual, and expressive skills; and to further develop our effectiveness.
Pre-Alumni Organization
Ms. Belinda Fuller
304.766.3387
bfuller@wvstateu.edu
This organization, open to all students, attempts to establish loyalty for WVSU, encourages participation in community service projects, encourages student retention, bridges the gap between student and alumni, and encourages high academic standards.
Sociology Club
Ms. Gail Mosby
304.766.3047
gmosby@wvstateu.edu
The Sociology Club is open to all sociology majors, minors and others interested in sociological theory, thought and social issues.  Sociology Club promotes empathy with the human condition locally and globally as well as community services for the well-being of all without discrimination.
Student National Education Association (SNEA)
Ms. Patricia Wilson
304.766.3312
wilsonpat@wvstateu.edu
The SNEA encourages members to be focused on public school student achievement and success, be role models for public school students, and have the potential to be a member of the teaching profession.
Students Organized for Disability Awareness (SODA)
Ms. Tiffany Clark
304.766.3083
tiffanyc@wvstateu.edu
The purpose of this group shall be to organize a group of students on campus in order to build relationships among the members and promote disability awareness across campus.
Student Social Work Organization
Dr. Raphael Mutepa
304.766.3234
musondam@wvstateu.edu
The SSWO's purpose is to stimulate interest in the field of social work within the University and community.
Student Veterans of America
Mr. Coston Davis
304.766.5149
costondavis@wvstateu.edu
The Student Veterans of America is a group of college-based military veterans and supporters dedicated to supporting military veterans, their families, and their communities.
Tobacco Free Yellow Jackets
Ms. Patricia King
304.766.3232
kingpr@wvstateu.edu
Tobacco Free Yellow Jackets focus on promoting a smoke-free campus and educating the WVSU community about the harmful effects of tobacco use and second hand smoke.
Women in Communications
Dr. Robin Broughton
304.766.3274
rbroughton@wvstateu.edu
The Association for Women in Communications is a professional organization that champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving communications era.
 
 
 
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