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UCS News and Events

Our team curates and hosts a variety of events for our student members, which cater to as many of their interests as possible within and around the communications industry. The types of events we host include: panels, workshops, social and networking mixers, general body meetings, off-campus company tours and much more!

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Past Events

Triton Networking Night: Mind and Media (February 2020)

Join us for an entertaining and productive evening of networking with professionals and alumni in industries representing thought-centered design, science and technology. This is an opportunity to have an engaging conversation with and learn from the representatives of companies in sectors such as technology, media, marketing, healthcare, design and human development.

Here are the companies and people that will be attending:

  • Wesley Hsu: VP, UX and Design at Robolink
  • Clarissa Ryan: Marketing Specialist at Tinuiti
  • Wes Shoup: Technical Recruiter at PetDesk
  • Joyce Tam: CMO at Doctor Multimedia
  • Isaiah Weiss: Founder/CEO of LearnSesh VR Tutoring
  • Christine Seabolt: UX/UD Consultant
  • Melvin Parker: Owner of EQ Studios and Vizion Media Group
  • Seth Hill (VP of Customer Experience Manager) and John Maas (VP of Digital Marketing): AXOS Bank

**Additional companies and alumni may be added**

Careers in Communication Mixer (May 2019) 

On May 7th, 2019, our Undergraduate Communication Society (UCS) held their annual “Careers in Communication” mixer event where our undergraduates get an opportunity to network with local professionals including several UCSD Communication alumni, who work in public relations, media production, graphic design, and other related fields.

In attendance were seventeen professionals and almost 50 students. Students prepared questions about working in different industries and the ways in which their skills and experiences as Communication majors might help them in the future.