Comm Week Events
Monday Comm Get Coffee
Union Staircase Booth, 8am-12pm
Come kick off COMM Week with this laid back event. Free coffee, tea, and breakfast foods will be provided and the first 50 students to come will receive a free travel mug!
Monday Comm Together
MAC Winter Gardens, 3pm-7pm
Come meet and greet alumni and other clubs on campus to spread how communication has helped them through their professional and college life.
Tuesday Complete your portfolio
1965 Room, 1pm-5pm
Come learn more about what being a Communication major is as well as honing in on important skills to help land you a job or internship. With booths set up with information on the eight different emphases, the chance to get your headshot taken, information on cover letters and resumes, as well as Linkedin information, this is an event you will not want to miss!
Wednesday Welcomm to the jungle
1965 Room, 4pm-9pm
"Comm' let loose at WelCOMM to the Jungle! At this event, there will be food, games, a selfie station, and more for you and your friends to enjoy. This evening is all about having fun and taking a break from the stress of your week. You can also mingle with some of the Comm Week team and find out about what makes Comm Week so great! Hope to see you there.
Thursday COMM week banquet
Weidner Center, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Keynote speaker: Michael Nyenhuis '83
Michael Nyenhuis will share his experience of how he has managed a huge non-profit organization -UNICEF USA.
Michael J. Nyenhuis is the President and CEO of UNICEF USA, bringing in over 25 years of global humanitarian and development experience, fundraising acumen and proven results to this role. Before joining UNICEF USA, Nyenhuis was the president and CEO of Americares and he was CEO of the global nonprofit MAP International for 13 years prior. A former journalist with a passion for global health, he previously served on USAID’s Advisory Committee on Voluntary Foreign Aid and chaired the board of the Integral Alliance, a global network of faith-based NGOs. He also currently serves on the board of InterAction, the largest coalition of U.S.-based relief and development organizations working internationally, and the leadership council at Concordia, an organization and forum that promotes cross-sector partnerships for social impact. Nyenhuis holds a Masters in Business Administration from Emory University and Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies and Communications from University of Wisconsin Green Bay.
Awards presentationfor 3X3X3, Film Fest and CEO competitions
Faculty, Comm Week Committee speakers