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December 5, 2011Contact: Jazmyne Flowe, Public Affairs614-296-3248 jazmyne.flowe@otterbein.edu 
Media Advisory
Wednesday, December 7, 201111 a.m.Otterbein University Campus Center1 S. Grove St., Westerville
Join the communication class of Daniel Steinberg, APR, and Otterbein UniversityPresident Kathy Krendl talk and share about their experience interviewing World War IIveterans.###
December 7, 2011
World War II VeteransSpeak Out
News Conference Agenda
Kathy Krendl, President, Otterbein University
What it means to be a veteran
Thomas N. Moe, Director, Department of Veteran Services
The knowledge gained
Melissa Kent, Student, Otterbein University
The power of interviewing
Daniel Steinberg, APR, Professor, Otterbein University
 Questions and Answers
December 7, 2011
News Release
Contact: Jazmyne Flowe, Public Affairs614-296-3248 jazmyne.flowe@otterbein.edu 
World War II Veterans speak out
WESTERVILLE, OHIO- Communication students from Otterbein University are getting a first-hand account of the reality of war. As part of an assignment, the students left the books behindand went outside the classroom to interview veterans.Public relations professor Daniel Steinberg assigned his students to interview World War IIveterans and to document their personal stories of the war.
I wanted my students to go back intime t
o experience what World War II was like by interviewing veterans,” said Steinberg. “I
believe it is essential that students understand the sacrifice that these brave individuals made for
our country.”
 Before the interviews, students spent time on their own learning about World War II to better
understand the veterans’ stories
. They were then able to get out in the real world, and have thiskind of experience by practicing the skills they learned in class by conducting the interviews.
“Interviewing our 
wartime veterans is a unique and inspiring opportunity for our students to
experience, said Otterbein University’s President Kathy Krendl. “The stories of our 
veteransdeserve to be told and remembered forever

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