Communication 2321 Press Release

Communication 2321 Open to New Students for Spring Semester

COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct.18, 2012

Dan Caterinicchia will be instructing Writing for Strategic Communications once again for the spring semester, here at Ohio State University. This class provided Tuesday and Thursday between 8:00 a.m. and 9:20 a.m., focuses on teaching the students to write clearer and more simply to help their target audience better understand their message. Associated Press style is used as the editing and writing format, as AP style is used commonly with in the field of communications, including public relation writing and journalism.

“This class will make you a better communicator,” says Caterinicchia.

Becoming a better communicator is a tool that all student on any level could employ with almost any aspect of whatever job that they would like to have in the future.  Not only will the increased ability to communicate clearer help you when you are seeking employment after college, but it will also help you get through course work, that requires writing, with more ease.

Although this class is provided at 8:00 a.m., and Caterinicchia requires all students to stay on top of their work, and he quiz’s right at the beginning of class, Caterinicchia doesn’t expect any more out of his students than what would be expected out of them a professional position that would start its day at 8:00 a.m.

“Some of the best work people do happens earlier in the day” says Caterinicchia.

About-Communication 2321, also known as Writing for Strategic Communication, is an Ohio State University course that is provided with in its school of communication.  This class is a requirement for Strategic Communications major, but is also available to any student seeking to advance their knowledge base in the art of communicating in a simple and easy to understand way.  Although this class focuses on writing clearer and more simply, it also provides the student with exercises such as public broadcasting, to emphasize the importance of clear and simple verbal communications as well.


Patrick Powell

Public Relations Coordinator for OSU School of Communication



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