Mark Pietrowski Jr., is the associate director for the College of Liberals Arts and Sciences External Programming. He has been with the office since 2007. Mark is a Northern Illinois University alumnus where he earned a bachelor's degree in communication with an emphasis on media and a master's degree in communication with an emphasis on rhetoric and media. He received an award for his service as Graduate Student Adviser for the Public Relations Student Society of America, as well as the Martha D. Cooper Award for Teaching Assistant Peer Leadership and Excellence. At NIU he is involved with the Unity in Diversity Steering Committee, the Planning Committee for the DeKalb Public Library "Big Read" event, the NIU-Collaborative on Early Adolescence, and the Supportive Professional Staff Council. Mark has experience teaching COMS 100 Fundamentals in Speech Communication, JOUR 200 Basic News Writing, JOUR 335 Principles in Public Relations, and JOUR 360 Public Relations Writing for the Department of Communication.
In the community, Mark is an elected trustee of Kishwaukee College, and a board member for the DeKalb Kiwanis and Joseph Glidden Homestead and Historical Center. He is a member of the Sycamore Historical Society, Sycamore Young Professionals, and the DeKalb County Farm Bureau.
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