Ms. Laurel L. Scott
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- Media Relations
- Media Feature/News Writer
- Feature Writer, ASU website and The Rambouillet magazine
College of Arts and Sciences Departments/Programs:
Communication and Mass Media
English and Modern Languages
Political Science and Philosophy
Visual and Performing Arts
Holland Symposium on American Values
Holland-Harrell Foreign Affairs Lectureship
College of Business Departments/Administration:
Accounting, Economics and Finance
Management and Marketing
International Business Symposium
Wells Fargo Business Lectureship
College of Education Departments/Administration:
Curriculum and Instruction
College of Graduate Studies
Business Services / Special Events
Housing and Residential Programs
Center for Student Involvement
University Center Program Council
Admissions and Enrollment Management (news releases and event coverage)
Development and Alumni Relations (news releases and event coverage)
Scheduling interviews for ASU’s 5 p.m. weekly KLST appearance
Laurel Scott spent four years as an education reporter for the San Angelo Standard-Times and the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal before joining the Office of Communications and Marketing in May 2013.
Laurel grew up in urban Texas, including Houston, Dallas, Richardson and San Antonio. Her family settled in Austin and she is a graduate of the University of Texas with a bachelor of journalism.
After stints for newspapers in Missouri and Austin, she worked 18 years in California for the San Diego Union-Tribune in a variety of editing and writing roles. In 2004, she was introduced to San Angelo while visiting family, brother Steve and sister-in-law Gail Scott, ranchers in Concho County, and fell in love with the city by the river.
Laurel also loves learning. She spent five years taking courses at San Diego State University for fun and has attended a wide variety of seminars and workshops. She journals daily, loves reading, animals and travel and is a casual birder, gardener and naturalist.