Telegrams from alumni
Kent Tullis ('95 Biology) and Dayna Murphy Tullis ('96 BS Psychology) currently live in Turkey stationed at Incirlik Air Base. Kent works as the NCOIC of the Education and Training department. He continues to enjoy working in the medical field, and his current duties include teaching CPR classes, certifying other USAF personnel in EMT, and he wears many other hats. "We wear our Pitt State sweatshirts proudly!"
Andy Pierce ('04 Communications),who is now working toward his Ph.D. at the University of Missouri-Columbia, was just awarded the prestigious Eugene O'Neill Conference Fellowship and he will be spending part of his summer at the O'Neill Playwright's Conference as a literary assistant and assistant dramaturg.
According to Cynthia Allan, Chair of the Department of Communications, "The dramaturg is a person with a specialty in dramatic composition. They are responsible for a lot of the research and development of new scripts; historical accuracy, continuity, etc. They often work with theatre companies to consult on play script selection, etc. Dramaturgs play a big role in developing new material and are the most scholarly part of the process."
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