iCapture MSU is a student organization open to any Mississippi State student interested in photography. In regular meetings throughout the academic school year, students will learn the latest trends and techniques in photography through tutorials and guest speakers. iCapture MSU is open to students of all skill levels and does not require students to own a camera.
Lab Rats Comedy & Improv
Lab Rats Comedy & Improv is a student theatre organization that performs improve pieces and provides assistance backstage, in the shops, and other areas of Theatre MSU's productions. If you are interested, contact Cody Stockstill at (662)-325-7954 | email@example.com
Blackfriars Drama Society
The primary purpose of Blackfriars Drama Society is to promote and support theatre as an art form, the theatre production process, student leadership in the arts and theatre artists on Mississippi State University’s campus and in the local community. We are open to all theatre fans, practitioners and audience members of the MSU community. If interested, contact Melanie Harris at (662)-325-9162| firstname.lastname@example.org
MSU hosts the Theta Alpha chapter of Lambda Pi Eta (LPH), the official communication studies honor society of the National Communication Association. For more information, contact the LPH faculty advisor, Dr. Melanie Loehwing, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also receive updates by following us on Twitter: @msulambdapieta.
PRAM is a regional organization comprised of college students and the best public relations practitioners in Mississippi. A membership provides access to workshops and conferences, PRism Awards, study programs for Accreditation, as well as membership in the Southern Public Relations Federation. SPRF joins Mississippi PR practitioners and students with others in Alabama, Louisiana, and the Emerald Coast of the Florida Panhandle. For more information, contact Dr. John Forde, APR at (662) 325-3320 | email@example.com
PRAM Registration Form
Public Relations Student Society of America ( PRSSA ) is the largest pre-professional organization for public relations students in the nation. PRSSA seeks to advance the PR profession through rigorous academic standards for public relations education, the highest ethical principles and diversity in the profession.
For more information, please visit our website, social media pages, or contact the advisers Dr. Tyler Page at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Terri Hernandez at (662) 325-7952 | email@example.com.
PRSSA Registration Form
Broadcast Education Association Student Media Club
The BEA Student Media Club at MSU is designed to help students create professional ties to the broadcast industry.
Events include a spring 48 hour audio challenge, a fall 48 hour film/video challenge as well as invited guest speakers to campus.