Kim is responsible for advising RMSMC’s student sales representatives, helping them develop and implement selling skills, and identifying business opportunities and generate advertising sales revenue for the Collegian. This is Kim’s fifteenth year at CSU. She has seen many students come and go through the advertising department. Each year she thinks there cannot possibly be another group of advertising representatives as talented as the ones before them, yet each year she is fortunate enough to mentor another group of tomorrow’s leaders. The most rewarding part of her job is seeing the continuous flow of talent and enthusiasm these students bring to the organization.
As the Broadcasting Adviser for RMSMC, Mario advises the students at KCSUFM and CTV, as well as maintaining and updating the radio and TV broadcasting systems in place. Mario enjoys working with the students at Student Media as they gain experience and expand their potential. There are many opportunities for students to discover their strengths and learn about working in a media environment. Mario seeks to provide a unique setting for future broadcasters so that they can discover their most desirable future career paths.
As a Print and Web Advisor for RMSMC, Russell Dickerson advises staff on technical and design needs for both RMSMC’s websites and their printed materials. As a professional designer and developer, he has a Special Multimedia Award from the Colorado Press Association, for a multimedia presentation created at the Fort Collins Coloradoan of the 25th anniversary of the Big Thompson Flood. As a professional illustrator, his work has been featured in many genre books and magazines, and has had art appear in the prestigious Spectrum Annual, for the best in contemporary fantasy and genre artwork.
In addition to covering the confluence of technology and entertainment for Forbes.com, Michael Humphrey has written for The New Yorker, New York, Salon, National Catholic Reporter and The Kansas City Star. He is also the journalism adviser for The Rocky Mountain Collegian at Colorado State University and an instructor for CSU’s Department of Journalism and Technical Communication. He received a Master of Arts from the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Philosophy at William Jewell College. A native of Westminster, Colo. he has lived in St. Paul, Kansas City and New York City before returning to his home state in 2011.
Larry Steward serves as the president of the Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation. He was previously the general manager of student media at Colorado State (from 1986 to 2004) before the organization became a non-profit educational media company. Steward has worked as a newspaper reporter, editor and columnist, and also served in the U.S. Army as a photographer in Vietnam. He teaches as an adjunct professor in Journalism and Technical Communication. Steward received a B.A. from Colorado State (journalism ’73) and was graduated with a MBA from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 1986. During academic year 2012-13 he is serving as the president of the Western Association of University Publications Managers and will host the group’s annual conference in Denver in May 2013.
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