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  • A bio is written in the third person, not the first person, and is used for business purposes: introductions, programs at conferences, etc.

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  • 1. Sports Public Relations Lecture: 8.27.13 University of Cincinnati By Jackie Reau
  • 2. Contact Information Email: jreau@gamedaypr.com Mobile: (513) 708-5822 Call or text with your name
  • 3. Review of Syllabus
  • 4. Class Introductions *Name *Your Internship(s) *Your Dream Job
  • 5. Look for my weekly emails on Thursdays…
  • 6. Tips for Success in this Course: *Participate in discussions *Be on time for class *Complete assignments *Proof read work, no typos *Contact me with questions
  • 7. Regular Current Events Quiz *Assigned reading *News from Cincinnati sports *News from UC sports *Major national sports headlines *Extra credit questions may be tweeted each week
  • 8. Writing Tips •Use full name in first reference: University of Cincinnati (UC) •Do not use slang, nicknames, clichés in bios •Use a professional tone, be positive, be futuristic •Include your community/volunteer service as part of your professional experience •In using numbers, spell out one through nine and use the number beginning with 10 •Tighten up sentences –Jackie Reau, a senior at University of Cincinnati, is studying sports administration and will graduate in June 2012. In-Class Assignment: Write your 400-word bio
  • 9. Assignment: Create a Twitter profile and/or follow @gamedayjreau by next week’s class.