May 20, 2022
University Marketing Welcomes Two Employees
Kayla Hudak '18, M'21 recently joined University Marketing as the assistant director of marketing, social media, after working with Admissions for three years. She holds a Master of Education in student affairs in higher education and a Bachelor of Science in industrial/organizational psychology, both from KU. She will lead social media management and strategy for the university’s primary social media channels.
Chris Sponagle is the new multimedia producer, and will lead video production and photography for University Marketing. He holds a Bachelor of Science in agricultural science and leadership development from Penn State, and he has six years of full-time and freelance photo and video experience. For photo requests for on-campus events, please submit the form at https://forms.office.com/r/b7Ph2qRUCP. For other photography questions, please email email@example.com.
Leanne Recla, University Marketing
|May 30||All Day||Memorial Day
|May 20||1 p.m.||NCAA Super Regionals
Softball v. Seton Hill
North Campus Field
(Live Stats | Live Video)
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