Danielle Mayeaux is the Director of Ticketing and Sales at McNeese State University Athletics. She is also a former student-athlete. When she inherited the job as advisor of the department’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), she wanted to do something different. University SACC groups are composed of representatives from each team and provide a link from the student-athletes to the department.
University of Illinois senior quarterback Nathan Scheelhaase will have to play his last home game without his father in the stands. According to a report in the Indianapolis Star, Scheelhaase’s father, Nathan Creer, got into a tussle with University Police at the last home football game Saturday. A resulting arrest got Creer banned from campus facilities for a year, including his son’s Senior Day game. Scheelhasse faced the media on Tuesday after practice (as usual) and the matter was brought up.
One of the toughest challenges for brands is creating good content on a consistent basis. We read blog posts, take webinars, put together stellar editorial calendars, and still end up scratching our heads. What’s a social media manager to do?
I don’t claim to have all the answers by a long shot. But, I do think there are a couple strategies for making your content marketing an easier task.
Today’s guest post is from Melissa Agnes, president of Melissa Agnes Crisis Management. Melissa has a heart for the issue of cyberbullying and the desire to help schools take action. A big thanks to Melissa for sharing her expertise.
Cyberbullying is a growing crisis for today’s youth. Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for 15 to 24 year olds, and victims of bullying are said to be 2 to 9 times more likely to have suicidal thoughts. However, this study, conducted by Yale University in 2008, is dated. My assumption is that, if it isn’t the same today, this rate has grown.
I am a Weight Watchers Lifetime member. Years ago I lost all my accumulated childbearing and stress-eating weight with WW, and have been a fan of their product since. It was a system that worked well for me, and has for millions of others. I received this email from them this morning:
Dr. Megan Moreno is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Washington and the author of the new book Sex, Drugs, ‘N Facebook, a toolkit for parents of teens. As the the Principal Investigator for the Social Media and Adolescent Health Research Team (SMAHRT) at Seattle Children’s Hospital, it’s safe to say she is obsessed with the social media habits of teens. Dr. Moreno took time out of her busy schedule to talk about her research and her new book.