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last updated June 2, 2002
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Marketing Communication Department
Faculty Information Form


Faculty information form

Your Name:

Your Email Address:

What courses do you teach? How long have you been teaching at Columbia College Chicago? Have you taught other courses here? Free-associate a little on your Columbia experience.

If we get a call from WBBM-AM (780) or the Chicago Tribune looking for someone knowledgeable about kangaroos, to quote in a story about an escape from the Lincoln Park Zoo, would you be the person to go on the air? If not, what subjects are you knowledgeable about. Seriously. We want to create a departmental expertise database for media inquiries. List anything you think might qualify you as an informed source for a news story.

We're preparing profile pieces to introduce Marketing Communication faculty to students and visitors. The next few questions are to help us introduce you. If your profile has already been produced, you can skip the rest of this questionnaire.
First, what is your current career. What are you doing these days?

What was your first real job? Use several sentences to describe it.

What do you consider to be your most significant professional accomplishments?

What or Who do you consider your most significant inspiration back when you were a student ?

What or Who do you consider your most significant inspiration as a professional?

Fill in the blank with two or three sentences: "He keeps up with the industry by..."

Again, fill in the blank with two or three sentences: "He keeps up with the culture by..."

What would be your "wisest" advice to students? What do you wish someone had told you (back when you were young enough to have fun with the information?)



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