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December 2007

The Alverno Alpha gives thanks to the Alverno staff and faculty “I stopped the woman and and I was to call her the folasked what her name was. She lowing morning to do an over confirmed that she was Mary, the phone interview.” Long before we had com- but was in a hurry to get to the Well, as luck would have it, puters, television, radio, tele- ceremony. However, she Thomas was very sick the next phones and telegraph, decided to quickly take the morning. She called into work newspapers were the cheapest time to go upstairs and pose and laid back down to rest and most efficient way to reach for a few shots. She was a real with intentions of getting up mass audiences with news, trooper and so energetic! I in a few hours to contact commentary and advertising. appreciated her enthusiasm Patterson for her interview. Reporters are a newspaper’s and dedication to the Fitness Thomas’s alarm never went off front-line eyes and ears. They Center and its programs.” and she didn’t wake up until interview many types of Manry tells of another expe- an hour later but contacted people to get the information rience on covering the Field Patterson anyway. She was out they need to construct their Dedication Ceremony. She of the office but returned story. But, what if a reporter really didn’t know what she shortly after and called Thomas doesn’t get the cooperation was going to write about. So right back. and the interview? The Student Produced Newspaper of Alverno College she contacted Alverno Athletic October “I cannot express how 2007 At Alverno College, the Director, Brad Duckworth. He appreciative I was to have her reporters count on the faculty was extremely helpful by return my call even though I for various articles for the emailing Manry back a list of was the one who dropped the Alpha Newspaper. These arti- activities going on for the day. ball’ Thomas added. Patterson cles distribute information to “I met with him during the gave her a thorough interview the Alverno Community. event and he again, was very with thoughtful responses to Students act as reporters inter- helpful. Afterward, he was each of her questions. viewing different faculty mem- able to email me his reflec“Although I understood bers for the Alpha Newspaper. tions on the outcome of the that she had a full schedule of Some students conveyed their event in quote format. other things, she did not rush experiences on how the faculty Coverage on the event would through our conversation. It staff at Alverno has helped have suffered significantly was apparent how diligent them create their articles for without his help, so it was Joanna is in her craft. I don’t the Alpha Newspaper. greatly appreciated.” know anyone who is as enthuBrenda Manry, Alpha Co-c a r e women soccer team their f u l l yThomas, another siastic, Caroline professional and Editor-in-Chief, told me of herdescribed best start ever with a record Alverno how Alpha Newspaper friendly as Joanna. She is great!” positive experience. She wasmodest of 3-0. the the opportunity reporter, had So, the Alverno Alpha asked to take several photos to interview “Today is a snapshot of not equipment wasJoanna Patterson Newspaper would like to one Saturday. It was lunchtimeandfrom thehow Career Lab. “Joanna extend their thanks for all of only the current, but a and the Field Dedication cere-excited is an instructor of mine this the effort and help that they celebration of the past and a the mony was taking place. She semester new beginning for the team was for to the Professional have been given from the facsaw an energetic Seminar and I approached herALVERNO November suddenly 2007 ALPHA ulty and staff at Alverno future. To have this type of finally receive woman with an Alverno badge after class asking for an inter- College. Without their help, facility will help to put our new uniforms student articles athletewould and not be created coming toward her and she view in regards Former to the Career college and our athletic during her time alum,Portfolio. Janine Dougherty shares remembered that Mary Froelich Binder/Professional and the Alverno Community department on the map,” the team. So a heartfelt story to express from the fitness center was onon She was very enthusiastic would notjust be informed. said Duckworth proudly. grateful and how far Alverno athletics have her list of photos to take. about offering her comments Just prior to the hopeful for the come in a short time.


ALVERNO Volume 27 • Issue 1



A fantastic day to kick-off the “Inferno Firepit”

Alverno’s Athletic Field Dedication Ceremony and Tailgate Party BY BRENDA MANRY ALPHA STAFF WRITER

“If someone were to have scripted the day, it would have been exactly as it turned out. What a fantastic day!” said Alverno Director of Athletics, Brad Duckworth, at the dedication ceremony for Alverno College’s new athletic field.

tailgate, President Mary Meehan shared some insight about the activities planned for the day. “This really is a family event. We’ve invited the local community to come and join us for the tailgate Alverno President, Mary Meehan party and enjoy all addresses the crowd of over 400 of the festivities attendees during the dedication planned for ceremony with Alverno Director of today.” Athletics, Brad Duckworth. Field dedication speakers included The celebration on Sept. 8 Alverno President, Mary kicked off with a lunchtime Meehan; Alverno Director of tailgate party with free food, Athletics, Brad Duckworth; lively team mascots and a former student athlete and touching dedication aluma, Janine Dougherty; ceremony. The icing on the and current student athlete cake was a 3-1 victory for the Alex Salsbury. Inferno against North Central “What a true honor it is to University, giving Alverno’s

Alverno remembers

Siri Voskuil


In a memorial service Sept. 11 at the Alverno College Chapel, family, friends and colleagues gathered to remember the legacy of Siri Voskuil, a woman who many say changed their lives. Siri Voskuil was born August 18, 1950, in Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, and died July 1, 2007. She received her undergraduate degree in 1991 at the University of WisconsinWhitewater and her master’s and doctorate degrees at Marquette University. In her 7 years as an instructor at Alverno College, Voskuil inspired many with her courage and passion as a mother, grandmother, teacher, mentor, woman and friend. Alverno Alumna Melissa

Bodoh said when she was going through difficult times in her life Voskuil helped her find strength. “Siri helped me find myself and realize that I can rise to meet any challenge,” she said. Like Melissa, many of Voskuil’s students remembered how she urged them to explore their own worlds. They said that Voskuil’s encouragement is reflected in their passion and advocacy for social justice for all children. Voskuil will not only be remembered for her commitment to professional development, but also for her great recommendations in wine. At the memorial, Alverno staff reminisced about shared toasts and laughter with Voskuil at conferences and special gatherings. See VOSKUIL Page 5

Alpha Readers, The semester is winding down and the holiday season is in full swing, a perfect time for reflection. I’m graduating in a few weeks so what a great opportunity for me to write my first and last letter from the editor, for my school’s only student-created/produced newspaper. People seem to be reading Alpha more than I can remember. We thank you for reading and reacting to our stories – please keep your comments, ideas and story beat requests coming! You too can be an Alpha staff writer, either by taking CLD/PCM 421 as a course or simply by submitting your work for consideration. You can also contribute as a photographer or can design graphics or advertisements without being in the class itself. Once you’re at a point where you can take 400-level courses, you can take CLD/PCM 421 as an In-dependent Study to become part of the editorial staff. If you’re interested in any of the above, be sure to drop Christy Steele an email at, as she will continue to serve as the paper’s faculty advisor in spring 2008. If you have ideas now, connect with her before the semester begins so she can start planning to incorporate your contributions. I’ve had a phenomenal experience this semester, serving primarily as Production Editor but also as co-Editor-in-Chief. Aside from editing stories however, I maximized my Independent Study opportunity. I designed the Alpha masthead and a few advertisements in Adobe Illustrator, collaborated with Managing Editor Julie Gilboy, in assigning and tracking articles each class using social media tools like Yahoo Groups and Instant Messenger. I even wrote several articles including one feature story. I also assisted Julie with creating the first-ever Alpha Staffbook for policies and procedures, developed my digital photography skills and sought out photos and graphics using stock photography for other student’s articles as well as my own. I drove the process of getting Alpha back on Alverno’s intranet. To top things off for our December issue, I designed Pagepage 5 8 using Adobe InDesign. This semester has been a dream because I was able to pick the path that I wanted to explore for my experience, and you can too; the options are truly limitless. Being on the Alpha Staff is a memorable experience and it really does make an impact on the school’s culture and history. Please keep the progressive writing, photos and design elements alive and join the staff and make Alpha a part of your Alverno experience too. As I look forward to my graduation this December, I have had one of the best semesters here at Alverno. It was a perfect ending to my journey as an Alverno student.

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I postseason scoring with 16 is victory servedpositions as a was empowered to find out membership and are willing to great 2007-2008 Milwaukee Wave begin expanding Communications points and way was to named the springboard for the Wave as Chair, controversial, Steve how social media in the opportunities for them horizons into the professional Publicity Chair, Fundraising Co- and Splashcreate Program, a unique Championship Series MVP Milwaukee won seven of its Crescenzo, host of Ragan’s workplace could be the 'new based on the experience they realm, the but Wave evenwinfurther, eleven Chair contests. and Secretary/Historian podcast, fundraising opportunity that after helping “Corporate competitive edge' in are seeking to incorporate into becoming a board memberfirst can Chair. There is also a need to provides students a its fourth league title. and the professional communications,” their career and life goals,” be more rewarding without maintain the ACAWC Web site. 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While raising money for Alverno "As ACAWC’s publicity chair Major, this may be a wonderful the afternoon was led by social Power Systems, in Pewaukee, Wis., also a Communications, and Web site and fulfilling experience. media “guru” Shel Holtz, ABC Management and Technology manager, I “As Vice President Co-Chair, (Accredited Business created a ACAWC has given me Communicator), who authors senior at Alverno College. number of networking opportunities, the blog “A Shel of My Former An unConference is a g r e a t experience on my resume and Self” conference where the and co-hosts a p r o f e s s i o n a l presence in the community,” communications technology content of the sessions is communication said Bevin Christy. driven and created by the podcast “For Immediate and graphic To find out more Release.” Although these two participants, generally daydesign pieces information, visit the ACAWC big names were on site, the by-day during the course of for my Web site at focus was really on attendees. the event, rather than by a p o r t f o l i o , Their comments were to the single organizer, or small w o r k e d studentorgs/awc/index.html or point and objective. group of organizers, in together with contact Co-Vice President and advance. Four key topics drove the great women Membership Chairperson social – Wikipedia media discussions Shultz at AWCBakeSale.t L to R: Juliet Starks, Bevin Christie to raise funds Chanté and shared and Chanté Shultz prepare for AWC's bake sale. in a Photo by Brenda Manry. ideas collaborative environment,” said Brenda To learn more about of AWC. Manry, Communication, ACAWC, stop in at an The Association for Women Management and Technology upcoming meeting on campus Alpha is a student created/produced newspaper dedicated to informing and in Communications, Alverno

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Spend three days in the desert with the leading social media thinkers, speakers and practitioners: • Three tracks to choose from loaded with case studies, including special sessions designed for government and nonprofit communicators • More than two dozen practical sessions from practitioners who live and work in the social media space—and love it! • Bob Evans Vice President Mary Cusick, who has turned her CEO’s blog into a place where employees solve problems, share ideas and swap best practices • “Guerilla-style” social media campaigns—showing that you can create successful programs with very little cash and almost no support from IT • A behind-the-scenes look at Motorola’s popular virtual town halls— a how-to session in using Web 2.0 to communicate globally

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Brenda Luterbach (g13337) @ets050 That's a really great idea, Tim. I think efforts like CONNECT@MMI might be able to help mold our culture. I think it's up to us as employees. Would love to hear more thoughts around this topic.

External tools help our partners and customers engage with the Motorola brand, products and solutions. Here are the four key subsets of CONNECT@MMI: PEOPLE@MMI Look up basic people-based information: time zone, home location, a photo,

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Internal brand guidelines and resources Motorola Mobility has developed a new brand positioning and visual identity. This site is for primarily for internal brand needs (i.e., general use Motorola Mobility logos, organization charts and email templates, as well as general font instructions). This wiki is designed to equip you with the latest: Brand guidelines Logo treatment Resources Tone of voice Templates This is your one-stop shop for "all things brand" from a general employee perspective. If your needs are more detailed and / or external facing, please reach out to the Motorola Mobility Brand team and they w ill w ork w ith you on your needs on a case-by-case basis.



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8 Business card and stationery August guidlines have been updated. 24 July

The Pow er Point templates have been updated w ith a minor tw eak. In the longer boilderplate language on several slides, a comma w has been removed before LLC. There should not be a comma.

6 July

"Motorola Mobility LLC" has been updated on all Pow er Point templates.

18 Jun

We've added Google Drive templates to this site (see top left of "Templates" section) and moved Email w ith Org Charts.

EMAIL @MMI email template tool (Communicators and admins only - request access if needed) Outlook templates

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ORGANIZATION CHART Organization chart template

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creating a brand language that brings people together Motorola Brand Visual Center version 3 // January 2011

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