Students Join Professor Jerrid Kalakay On Air

A Message from Stacey Johnson, President, East and Winter Park Campuses

As part of Adjunct Professor of Speech Claudine Tomlinson-Burney’s new radio and podcasting class, hosted for the first time during the spring 2017-18 semester, students joined New Student Experience Professor Jerrid Kalakay on air via Valencia’s VC Radio station.

Some of Claudine’s students, including Todd Bernard, Robert Manfreda and Tatiana Fritz, participated in the live radio podcast, while others tuned in to the broadcast live from the classroom via Facebook Live. Students also enjoyed communicating during the program through Facebook’s chat feature, engaging in witty, fun and informative banter.

The Teaching Change podcast, hosted by Jerrid, focused on the theme, pursuing your passion.

For more information about the course, which is a joint-effort between the Arts and Entertainment and Communications departments, stay tuned to the Grove for a special feature podcast about Claudine and the radio class.

I also encourage you to tune into VC Radio yourself. The station broadcasts 24/7, 365 days a year via online streaming on iTunes, Tunein and Mixlr. To listen to the episode “Pursuing Your Passion” and watch Valencia’s students in action, click here.

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