The Marietta Effect
Scott Nelson '07
Major: Radio/TV Broadcasting
Current Job: Multimedia Specialist, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Hometown: Akron, Ohio
Clubs/Organizations: National Association of Broadcasters (NAB)
Athletics: Football, Cheerleading
Favorite Professor: Dr. Bill Bauer
When did you know Marietta College was the right school for you?
After visiting campus and seeing everything it had to offer I knew Marietta was the right choice for me. I also knew there was no other school that I could get hands on broadcasting experience my freshmen year. This gave me a whole extra year of experience to better prepare me for my career after college.
Favorite Marietta moment?
My favorite moment would have to be after the flood of 2004. Seeing the College and community come together was a real moment I won’t forget. It really showed me the sense of pride both the College and community have for each other.
Describe what life was like during your time at Marietta College.
You never realize it at the time but going to Marietta College was one of the greatest times in my life. Laughing, learning and living with lifelong friends is something that we only get to do for a short amount of time, and Marietta College helped me make the most of that time.
What impact did Marietta College have on your career?
It set me on the path to where I am today. Every major has an endless number of roads and directions we can go down toward a particular career and Marietta helped me choose the road that was the best for me.
What does it mean to be a Pioneer?
To be a Pioneer to me means being a part of a few who are always learning and always moving forward. It’s discovering and doing what’s never been done before. Because of Marietta there are thousands of Pioneers all over the world that are changing industry and culture every day.