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“Everything Is Not What It Seems”: Discovering Public Relations In Business Sectors In Vietnam, Ba-Anh-Tu Truong 2024 Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College

“Everything Is Not What It Seems”: Discovering Public Relations In Business Sectors In Vietnam, Ba-Anh-Tu Truong

LSU Master's Theses

Vietnam is a shining star in emerging markets, with an annual economic growth rate of 6-7%. Its abundant labor supply, stable political climate, and geographic proximity to major global supply chains make it an ideal candidate for manufacturer planning in advanced economies such as the United States, Europe, Australia, Japan, China, and Korea. Investing in public relations and communication management, especially understanding the Vietnamese market, effectively prepares multinational corporations for future business expansion. This mission is difficult for academia and industrial professionals since Vietnam is a “silent country” in public relations research. To fill the gap, this thesis employs the …


Junked Mercedes-Turned-Racing Car Ready For The Ultimate Driving Test, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Junked Mercedes-Turned-Racing Car Ready For The Ultimate Driving Test, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Professor Jay Kinsinger and a team of senior mechanical engineering students from Cedarville University are gearing up for the Grassroots Motorsports $2,000 Challenge in Gainesville, Florida. The competition is set to take place on April 6-7.


Supermileage Team Seeking Win At Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Supermileage Team Seeking Win At Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

In an era where electric cars are gaining more interest among U.S. consumers, there’s still a place for gas-powered vehicles. That’s why Cedarville University has built a car that could get up to 2,000 miles to a gallon, which it will test in the weekend’s Shell Eco-Marathon Americas competition at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The competition is from April 3-7.


Beyond The Finish Line: Cedarville's Marathon Camaraderie, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Beyond The Finish Line: Cedarville's Marathon Camaraderie, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

At Cedarville University, the bonds formed among students and faculty extend far beyond the classroom walls. Andrew McKay, resident director in Lawlor Hall, understands the value of relationships and is combining it with his passion for running — in the 57th annual Xenia Marathon on April 7. The run is sponsored by the Ohio River Road Runners Club.


Cedarville Grad Develops Skills, Writes Grant In Nurse Practitioner Fellowship, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Cedarville Grad Develops Skills, Writes Grant In Nurse Practitioner Fellowship, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

Nurse practitioner fellowships are rare. Andrea (VanMeter) Roberts, however, landed an internal medicine nurse practitioner fellowship with Marshall Health Internal Medicine in Huntington, West Virginia, that led to her securing a position in endocrinology at Rivers Health in Gallipolis, Ohio — her hometown.


Ford Motor Company Research Leads Cedarville Student To Doctoral Program, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Ford Motor Company Research Leads Cedarville Student To Doctoral Program, Mark D. Weinstein

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Reducing road noise through research that helps the Ford Motor Company better understand vibration absorbers drove Michael Kennedy to his full-ride scholarship at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.


Best-Selling Author Peter Schweizer To Speak At Cedarville University, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Best-Selling Author Peter Schweizer To Speak At Cedarville University, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

New York Times best-selling author Peter Schweizer will deliver a lecture at Cedarville University on Tuesday, April 2, in the Dixon Ministry Center Chapel. The free event will commence at 7 p.m. and is sponsored by the Young America's Foundation. It is being hosted by Cedarville University's Robert W. Plaster School of Business and the Center for Political Studies.


Marketing In The Real World, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

Marketing In The Real World, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

When most people think of entrepreneurship, the first thing that comes to mind is the word “product.” Coming up with a product that is unique and creative can be challenging for future business owners.


Belmont Culturs: 2024 Bateman Submission, Anna J. Love, Ryleigh Green, Savannah Sellers, Jamison Costolnick 2024 Belmont University

Belmont Culturs: 2024 Bateman Submission, Anna J. Love, Ryleigh Green, Savannah Sellers, Jamison Costolnick

Belmont University Research Symposium (BURS)

Human connection is effortless in the age of the Internet—for those who fit the mold. For young adults with cross-cultural, nuanced identities, it’s easy to get lost in the sorting of algorithms. Forming deep connections becomes difficult. Finding who you are seems impossible. Isolated and socially disconnected, culturally fluid young adults often lose themselves among peers who appear secure in their identities and homes.

This is why the Belmont Culturs team has worked strategically to bridge the gap between identity and diversity for our target audience: Belmont University students. Belmont Culturs is paving a new path to “we” through simplifying …


New Org At Cedarville: Spreading The Light, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

New Org At Cedarville: Spreading The Light, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

The pressure of academics and daily life makes it easy for college students to focus intensely on academic programs and, therefore, lose sight of people in difficult situations.

Several students from Cedarville University want to change this focus, which is why they started an organization — the Evangelism Org — that will encourage classmates and individuals to interact with the community.


A National Trend At Cedarville University: Starting With The End In Mind, Mark D. Weinstein 2024 Cedarville University

A National Trend At Cedarville University: Starting With The End In Mind, Mark D. Weinstein

News Releases

According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, Cedarville University's 98.7% career outcome rate--a statistic that represents recent graduates securing a position or graduate school within six months of graduation--is 13% higher than the national average. This data indicates how well Cedarville graduates are prepared by their professors and the overall Cedarville experience. The career outcome rate is determined by a survey of the most recent graduating class.


Resurrection Purpose, J. Scott Duvall 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Resurrection Purpose, J. Scott Duvall

Press Releases

Humanly speaking, besides a few of the disciples, Jesus's closest friends were undoubtedly Mary, Martha and Lazarus. They were like family, and their house in Bethany was a place of safety and refuge.

One day the sisters sent word to Jesus that Lazarus was extremely sick and about to die. After a two-day delay Jesus began his four-day journey to Bethany. I don't always know what to make of God's delays, but I'm convinced they don't mean he doesn't love us. We hope for a greater purpose.

The worst happens, Lazarus dies.


Estelle Mcmillan Blake ("Auntie" Blake), Donald Tatman 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Estelle Mcmillan Blake ("Auntie" Blake), Donald Tatman

Press Releases

As we recognize Women’s History Month this March, we’re remembering some of the notable women in Ouachita’s history. Estelle McMillan Blake was an original faculty member of Ouachita Baptist College when its doors opened in 1886. Blake taught English at Ouachita for 53 years. Because of her support of the school’s library, the former Blake Library on campus was named for her in the 1930s. The Arkansas Baptist paper once noted about this beloved faculty member, “every student that has known her has created in his heart an undying love for this great Christian character and teacher.” The following is …


Kluck Takes On His Latest Leadership Challenge, Brooke Zimny, Office of Communications & Marketing 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Kluck Takes On His Latest Leadership Challenge, Brooke Zimny, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

Dr. Wesley Kluck did not have a restful 2020. As university physician and vice president for student development at Ouachita, he led the university’s health efforts in response to COVID-19, chairing Ouachita’s Health Monitoring and Action Team (HMAT).

“The worst thing was waking up in the middle of the night, thinking of things,” he said. “There was a lot of that. Sometimes I would get up and make a PowerPoint real quick, just type it all down and go back to sleep.”

HMAT, a group of 13 faculty and staff members as well as the Student Senate president, worked through …


توظيف اللوبي الفلسطيني في أمريكا لمنصة فيسبوك في هندسة الجمهور الأمريكي, Aseel Abu Fardi, Omar Abu Arqoub 2024 Arab American University-Palestine

توظيف اللوبي الفلسطيني في أمريكا لمنصة فيسبوك في هندسة الجمهور الأمريكي, Aseel Abu Fardi, Omar Abu Arqoub

Journal of the Association of Arab Universities for Research in Higher Education (مجلة اتحاد الجامعات العربية (للبحوث في التعليم العالي

هدف المقال تحليل خطاب مؤسسات اللوبي الفلسطيني في أمريكا المستخدم لهندسة الجمهور الأمريكي من خلال صفحات فيسبوك، والتعرف على الأطر التي وظفها لتأطير موضوعاته وقضاياه، بالاستناد إلى نظرية التأطير الإعلامي. تنتمي هذه الدراسة إلى حقل الدراسات الوصفية التحليلية، باستخدام أداة تحليل المضمون لعينة الدراسة المكونة من 247 منشوراً من منشورات صفحات مؤسسات اللوبي الفلسطيني على منصة فيسبوك خلال النصف الثاني من العام 2021. وخلصت الدراسة إلى مجموعة من النتائج أبرزها، تركيز خطاب اللوبي على الموضوعات الإنسانية والسياسية والحقوقية القانونية، يليها الموضوعات الثقافية الأكاديمية، كما أن الأطر الإعلامية الأكثر توظيفاً في خطاب اللوبي هي: إطار المسؤولية، وإطار الصراع، وإطار الاهتمامات الإنسانية. …


Maddy Moore To Present Senior Recital March 8, Abby Kemmer, Office of Communications & Marketing 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Maddy Moore To Present Senior Recital March 8, Abby Kemmer, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

Maddy Moore, a musical theatre major from Mesquite, Texas, will perform her senior recital March 8 at 11 a.m. in McBeth Recital Hall at Ouachita Baptist University. This recital is a project Moore has been working on since last semester and will include music, theatre and dance pieces. The performance is free and open to the public.

Moore will sing six songs, dance to two songs and perform two theatrical scenes. Some of her pieces include “Climbing Uphill” from The Last Five Years by Jason Robert Brown, “I Want to Go to Hollywood” from Grand Hotel by Maury Yeston and …


Beyond The Spotlight (Embracing Our Shared Narrative), Nicole Porchia 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Beyond The Spotlight (Embracing Our Shared Narrative), Nicole Porchia

Press Releases

March is often associated with celebrating and empowering women and recognizing the contributions of historical figures and trailblazers. This year, I was fortunate to be recognized during Women's History Month, and the experience sparked a deeper reflection on the impact of "ordinary" women like myself.

Honestly, a part of me felt hesitant. While I'm proud of my work and journey as a wife, mom and higher education practitioner, the spotlight felt intimidating. It's easy to admire the iconic figures whose stories fill history books, but to have your own story spotlighted feels different. But then, I remembered the true purpose …


Ouachita's Symphonic Band To Perform March 7, Ashleigh Estes, Office of Communications & Marketing 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Ouachita's Symphonic Band To Perform March 7, Ashleigh Estes, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

Ouachita Baptist University’s Division of Music will present the Symphonic Band in concert Thursday, March 7, at 7:30 p.m. in Jones Preforming Arts Center. The performance is free and open to the public.

“I am very proud of the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band and excited to play our programs for the audience,” said Dr. Craig Hamilton, director of bands and Trimble Professor of Music at Ouachita.

“Tharsos” by Jeff Jordan will open the concert, followed by Robert Sheldon’s “Appalachian Morning.” The program also includes “Country Gardens,” “My Dark-Haired Maid” and “The Gypsy’s Wedding Day” from A Tribute to Grainger …


Ouachita's Wind Ensemble Presents Concert March 4, Coleman Callan, Office of Communications & Marketing 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Ouachita's Wind Ensemble Presents Concert March 4, Coleman Callan, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

Ouachita Baptist University’s Division of Music in the School of Performing Arts will present the Wind Ensemble in a spring concert Monday, March 4, at 7:30 p.m. in Jones Performing Arts Center. The concert is free and open to the public.

The program will feature “March,” “Song Without Words,” “Song of the Blacksmith” and “Fantasia on the ‘Dargason’” from Gustav Holst’s Second Suite in F, Op. 28 No. 2; “Despedida (Farewell)” from Concerto for Marimba and Symphonic Band by Ney Rosauro; “Lisbon,” “Horkstow Grange,” “Rufford Park Poachers,” “The Brisk Young Sailor,” “Lord Melbourne” and “The Lost Lady Found” from Percy …


Barnes' Composition Performed At National Music Conference, Abby Kemmer, Office of Communications & Marketing 2024 Ouachita Baptist University

Barnes' Composition Performed At National Music Conference, Abby Kemmer, Office Of Communications & Marketing

Press Releases

A composition by Ouachita Baptist University student Jenna Barnes was presented in October at the 66th College Music Society National Conference in Miami, Fla. Barnes is a senior music industry major from Sheridan, Ark.

Barnes submitted her original saxophone quartet titled, “Into the Fire,” which she described as “daring” because she challenged herself in the process of creating it.


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