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TAI Alumna Spotlight: Jena Jessen, Designer for the Dallas Mavericks

Jena Jessen (’12) had a long-time dream realized when she was hired as a designer for the Dallas Mavericks in June. In her position, Jessen is responsible for creating graphics, collateral, presentations, infographics and logos for the team. With an average home game attendance of 20,000, … Continue reading

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TAI Alumna Launches Startup Promoting Tourism in Developing Cities

Temerlin Advertising Institute alumna Karissa Jobman (’13) is combining her advertising acumen and love of travel through Bucket, a startup aimed to boost tourism activities in Quito, Ecuador and other developing cities. About Bucket “Bucket started out of a vision to … Continue reading

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TAI Student Molly Murer Talks About Her Internship at The Richards Group

This summer, I am working as a Brand Management Intern at The Richards Group. I work mainly on the H-E-B account, as well as the PODS account. I have a wide array of tasks that I manage for the team, … Continue reading

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Visiting Professor, Dr. Francisco Rejon-Guardia, Presents Personal Branding Workshop

On Thursday, May 15, Dr. Francisco Rejón-Guardia,Visiting Professor from the University of Granada (Spain), presented a workshop to Temerlin Advertising Institute students and faculty titled “Personal Branding: What Are Your Social Networks Saying About You?” During the workshop, Dr. Rejón-Guardia … Continue reading

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TAI Graduate Students Dish Up Proposals for SMU Dining Services

As a final project for the Responsibility and Social Entrepreneurship (ADV 6372) class, two teams of Temerlin Advertising Institute graduate students—ADmire and 22/23, under the supervision of Assistant Professor Sidharth Muralidharan—created advertising campaign proposals with a social responsibility focus for SMU Dining Services. The primary emphases … Continue reading

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SMU’s Temerlin Advertising Institute and Publicis Offer Research-based Insight into the Shrinking Sinking Middle Class – Next Tuesday 11/12 at the Angelika

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TAI Student Selected for Publication in CMYK Magazine

Recent Master of Art in Advertising graduate Alex Jarzemsky’s portfolio work was selected for publication in CMYK’s Top 100 New Creatives. The Top 100 Creatives contest is a worldwide portfolio contest that is open to current students, recent graduates and … Continue reading

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Temerlin Faculty Member Awarded Sam Taylor Fellowship

Temerlin Advertising Institute’s Dr. Hye Jin Yoon was awarded the Sam Taylor Fellowship for her proposal entitled “Humor Effects in Reducing Shame in Health Communication”. She will receive $2,000 in research funding for her project. Dr. Hye Jin Yoon is … Continue reading

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Temerlin Faculty Member Awarded Outstanding Service Award

This August, Dr. Alice Kendrick, Professor for the Temerlin Advertising Institute, was awarded the Outstanding Service Award in Advertising by the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) in Washington D.C. Dr. Kendrick serves as co-editor of the … Continue reading

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TAI Faculty Member Willie Baronet featured in D Magazine September Issue

Visiting Executive-in-Residence Professor Willie Baronet has been buying and collecting signs made by homeless people for the past 20 years. While this started off as a hobby, he now uses his purchases as artwork to “talk about the concept of … Continue reading

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