New & Noteworthy
MSU communication student newscast brings home top regional award
Mississippi State University’s student-produced weekly newscast, “Take 30 News,” is the winner of a Best Newscast award from the Student Production Awards presented by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Southeast Chapter.
Department honors Foreman, Hernandez, Anthony and Lindley with annual awards
The Department of Communication at Mississippi State University recently announced the winners of faculty awards for 2022 recognizing excellence in
Kristi Brown received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 1992 from Mississippi State University. Brown grew up in Collierville, Tenn. and then moved to Starkville, Miss. in the 9th grade. She has resided here ever since, now working for Tennessee Valley Authority as a Regional Consultant in Economic Development in the MS region of TVA. Brown also has her own life coaching and speaking business, Upside Brown Consulting.
Santana Brown Ware
Santana Brown Ware received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Broadcasting and Public Relations from Mississippi State University in 2008. Ware received her Master of Public Policy and Administration in 2011 from MSU as well. A native of Starkville, Miss., Ware currently resides in DeSoto, Texas and recently started working as Program Coordinator for Clayton Youth Enrichment in Mesquite, Texas.
Katie Corban received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations in 2008 from Mississippi State University. She returned to MSU and received her Master’s in Higher Education and Student Affairs in 2011. The Tupelo, Miss., native now resides in Starkville, Miss., serving as Marketing and Communications Director for Student Affairs and Access, Diversity, and Inclusion at MSU.