Digital Creative from Mark Avnet
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Thursday, March 6, You’re invited to enjoy a fabulous presentation about Digital Creative from Mark Avnet, “Dean”, 360i, New York City! (360i.com).
Stokely Event Center ~ 1011 East 45th Place
March 6, 2014
Happy Hour 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Presentation 7:30 - 9:00 p.m.
Tickets $50.00 Each. All proceeds go to sending our TU National Student Advertising Competition Team to Austin, Texas in April!
For more information or tickets: Contact Bill Hinkle, Adjunct Professor of Advertising, email@example.com, 918.607.1475
MARK AVNET As Dean of 360i’s educational and thought leadership center, Mark is charged with educating employees on cross-functional skills to inspire big ideas, catalyzed by the collaboration of strategy, technology and creative. For 360i’s roster of Fortune 500 marketers, Mark advises on how to leverage digital technologies to create closer connections between people and brands.
Mark has more than 25 years of experience in media, technology and education. Prior to 360i, he was Professor and Founding Chair of the Creative Technology Track at the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Brandcenter, widely heralded as the nation’s top graduate school in advertising and marketing.
Mark’s agency background includes time at Ammirati Puris Lintas’s APL Digital as SVP and Director of Production & Technology, at Lot21 Interactive Marketing as CTO and head of its Emerging Media Development Lab, and as Head of Interactive at @radical.media.
Mark holds a Master’s Degree in Interactive Telecommunications from New York University and a Master’s Degree in Media Psychology from Fielding Graduate University.
The communication program’s liberal arts orientation equips students for a variety of professional opportunities in communication as well as graduate study in communication, law, business administration, and other areas.
With the appropriate electives, students can prepare themselves for careers in media studies, organizational studies, public relations and advertising, journalism, visual communication and other related fields.