Owners of several popular local businesses spoke on innovative approaches to entrepreneurship.Another panel featured alumni discussing Advocacy in society.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute San Marcos women, handsome San Marcos men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Free online dating in San Marcos for all ages and ethnicities, including Seniors, White, Black women and Black men, Asian, Latino, Latina, and everyone else.Microsessions, influenced by the concept of a house concert, combines that personal, familiar setting with Austin’s smoking hot music scene.Founder and creative mind behind Microsessions, Paul Schomer, came up with the kernel of his concept years ago, after attending a songwriters’ happy hour in Austin.Seamus Nelson, Director of Operations of the San Antonio Humane Society , delivered a talk on small groups in the workplace. Suzanne Enck, Associate Professor of Communication Studies at University of North Texas, gave a presentation on media criticism. Jesse Fox, Assistant Professor of Communication at The Ohio State University, spoke about relationships and social media.COMM Week also featured panels focusing on the job search and several successful alumni took part in these panels.
The Spotlight Speaker was Pam Cox, Vice President of Communications for Whataburger Restaurants.
What makes the shows so special is a balance of established and relatively undiscovered acts, each playing a different genre of music.
So you really do have a good chance of listening to someone you’ll love.
At a recent show, my group listened to chill songstress and Black Fret 2017 major grant winner Sarah Sharp in the first room.
Sharp kept us entertained with personal stories and songs.
Also included was a “Speed Networking” session where students met with professionals from several different fields for ten minutes each; the panel mimicked a speed-dating event.