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College of Media National Advisory Board member Robert G. Kennedy, '78 ENG, will become co-chief executive of C-SPAN on April 1. Kennedy, who is now co-president and co-chief operating officer at the cable network,will succeed Brian Lamb, C-SPAN's founder. For more details, read this here .

You can NEVER be too prepared for the job market. Especially now, when you will have to work harder to get a job. You just need to show why you should be hired over others. You need a competitive advantage. You need to stand out. You need to look better on paper than every other applicant. You need more than just a strong portfolio. 

Senior Saturday gives you advice you won't get anywhere else and gives you the chance to talk with professionals -- one-on-one -- who really care about helping you. 

This is not a job fair. This is not your typical career advice. This is specially designed for journalism, advertising, and media and cinema studies students. By attending this seminar, you will be ready to successfully jumpstart your career.

Featured Speaker: Brad Karsh is the President and Founder of JobBound, a company dedicated to helping students prepare for the job search and life after college. An industry expert on breaking into the job market, Karsh is the author of "Confessions of a Recruiting Director: The Insider’s Guide to LandingYour First Job." Brad has been featured on CNN’s Paula Zahn Now, CNN Headline News, CNBC, and he has been quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and many others. 

"The Insider Secrets To Interviewing Success" and "What They Don't Teach You in College: Business Etiquette Tips for the Real World" 

Professionals, including alumni of the College, will participate on informative panels and share what their industries are like and how to land a job. There will be a networking session for you to meet those who have successful careers. This is the PERFECT time to get one-on-one advice from top professionals in YOUR industry.

Joe Nick Patoski is an award-winning journalist and author who is widely considered a leading expert on Texas, particularly with his reporting and writing on music, the environment, and myriad aspects of Texas culture. He has authored biographies of Willie Nelson and Selena , and he has co-authored a biography of Stevie Ray Vaughan . He has collaborated with photographer Laurence Parent on books about the Texas Mountains, the Texas Coast, and Big Bend National Park, all published by University of Texas Press. He has also published Generations on the Land: A Conservation Legacy (Texas A&M Press) and Texas High School Football: More Than the Game (Texas Historical Commission).

His most recent book is The Dallas Cowboys: The Outrageous History of the Biggest, Loudest, Most Hated, Best Loved Football Team in America , published in 2012 by Little, Brown.

A long-time writer for Texas Monthly , Patoski's byline has also appeared in many other magazines and newspapers. He lives near the village of Wimberley in the Texas Hill Country where he swims and paddles in the Blanco River.

Patoski began donating his literary papers to the Southwestern Writers Collection/Wittliff Collections in 1993. He has made numerous donations over the years and his collection is one of the major archives at the Wittliff. A selection of 31 boxes of Patoski's papers has been archivally processed and a finding aid to the collection has been created. It is posted below in its entirety.

In addition, numerous other gifts from Patoski--in the form of archival inventories, rather than a completed finding aid--are also listed on this page, below the finding aid. Please note that the inventory of Patoski's literary papers listed on this page is a very large file--in print form it totals approximately 70 pages.

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Joe Nick Patoski is an award-winning journalist and author who is widely considered a leading expert on Texas, particularly with his reporting and writing on music, the environment, and myriad aspects of Texas culture. He has authored biographies of Willie Nelson and Selena , and he has co-authored a biography of Stevie Ray Vaughan . He has collaborated with photographer Laurence Parent on books about the Texas Mountains, the Texas Coast, and Big Bend National Park, all published by University of Texas Press. He has also published Generations on the Land: A Conservation Legacy (Texas A&M Press) and Texas High School Football: More Than the Game (Texas Historical Commission).

His most recent book is The Dallas Cowboys: The Outrageous History of the Biggest, Loudest, Most Hated, Best Loved Football Team in America , published in 2012 by Little, Brown.

A long-time writer for Texas Monthly , Patoski's byline has also appeared in many other magazines and newspapers. He lives near the village of Wimberley in the Texas Hill Country where he swims and paddles in the Blanco River.

Patoski began donating his literary papers to the Southwestern Writers Collection/Wittliff Collections in 1993. He has made numerous donations over the years and his collection is one of the major archives at the Wittliff. A selection of 31 boxes of Patoski's papers has been archivally processed and a finding aid to the collection has been created. It is posted below in its entirety.

In addition, numerous other gifts from Patoski--in the form of archival inventories, rather than a completed finding aid--are also listed on this page, below the finding aid. Please note that the inventory of Patoski's literary papers listed on this page is a very large file--in print form it totals approximately 70 pages.