Student campaign promotes diversity

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Student campaign promotes diversity

PR students (Left) Reed Trenhaile, Matilyn Skinner, Kirsten Barott, Libbey Miles, Libbey Miles and Megan Teppo promoting their campaign Jacks Want You.

PR students (Left) Reed Trenhaile, Matilyn Skinner, Kirsten Barott, Libbey Miles, Libbey Miles and Megan Teppo promoting their campaign Jacks Want You.

PR students (Left) Reed Trenhaile, Matilyn Skinner, Kirsten Barott, Libbey Miles, Libbey Miles and Megan Teppo promoting their campaign Jacks Want You.

PR students (Left) Reed Trenhaile, Matilyn Skinner, Kirsten Barott, Libbey Miles, Libbey Miles and Megan Teppo promoting their campaign Jacks Want You.

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Improving campus for all students should be a top priority for everyone, and Jacks Want You is a campaign to do so through promoting diversity and inclusion.

In recent years SDSU’s international student population has decreased drastically. SDSU Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is taking steps to help change that by creating a campaign for diversity and inclusion.

Join us 12-2 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 27th for lunch and table talk sessions in the Pheasant and Crest Room of the Student Union. Hear from informed speakers on the importance’s of diversity and inclusivity on college campuses and within our communities.

Speakers:

  • Rebecca Bott-Knuston
  • Christi Garst-Santos
  • Robert Thaler
  • Kas Williams
  • Greg Wymer

There are many benefits of having a diverse campus, and we hope to create better opportunities to do so. One of the primary efforts in this campaign is creating a scholarship specifically for international students interested in Public Relations like no other on campus.

For more information on where to donate or more about the campaign, please visit the Facebook Page and its Rabbit Rabbit Raisers page.