PR Class Survey

Happy Spring Break to the faculty and students of BC3! It is hard to believe the semester is going by so quickly.

As you may know, I am honored to teach at the College. I do so every Wednesday when I meet from 3:35 to 6:40 p.m. with 12 very special students in my Introduction to Public Relations class.

You may be interested to know the results of an informal survey I took in class last week.

  • All of the students in the class work while attending BC3.
  • Only three read traditional newspapers, but most read online editions.
  • Two are “reverse transfer” students. One came to BC3 from Grove City College and another from Clarion University.
  • At least four plan on transferring to Slippery Rock University.
  • Each student is concerned about texting and driving. Most supported Pennsylvania’s new law that bans texting while driving.

While this is only a small sample size from our student body, the results are interesting. All of our discussions in class are lively. I learn as much from them as they do from me.

Enjoy the rest of your spring break!

3 Responses to PR Class Survey

  1. Terrie Taylor says:

    It is always interesting to hear how each class seems to have its own type of personality.

  2. Dr. Neupauer says:

    Terrie, thanks for the response. I agree. That’s the beauty of being a college student — different profs and different students in each class. Have a great rest of the semester!

  3. Wendy Weiner says:

    Glad to see you continue to stay in touch with students. And what better way than by teaching.

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