SUSDA on Film

Seattle is a technology town. Microsoft is across the lake, Boeing is down the freeway, Google and Facebook both have offices here. We’re an urban city so the iPhone, the iPad, and other smart phone and portable devices work well here. Our bars have wi-fi. We can do so much.

Attending Seattle University means we have the opportunity to take advantage of this technology, and represent ourselves well through technology. As future student affairs professionals, our responsibility is to keep up with students int his realm. As technology advances, we must be able to grasp how it’s used, and what that means for university life. But our own representation of the SUSDA program isn’t very tech savvy. Our website is nice enough, but it doesn’t convey a real sense of personality. The University of Vermont on the other hand, has several videos about student life.

That’s nothing better than a glorified slideshow with narration.

And this…

We can do better than this.

I know we can. I work in the Media Production Center, which is very close to state of the art. We have the technology we need to make some incredibly good videos, and the know how to do it. All we need is you, SUSDA, to talk about our program. We’re taking advantage of our technology. So, please, if you have time, come and interview with us on Thursday January 27th from 1pm to 5:30pm, or Friday January 28th from 9am to 12pm. You can sign up for some times here. We can finally step into the future.


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