Rebecca Satzberg

Rebecca Satzberg

B.A., Music & Sound Recording, Summa Cum Laude, May 2020

The most significant thing I learned from working at Tow is how difficult it can be to schedule in-person meetings with someone. This position has given me the opportunity to explore more virtual options for podcasting that I am sure to use in the future. The podcasting skills, and editing I did on the recordings,
will serve me well going forward into more audio editing jobs. I also think learning how difficult scheduling can be will help me to plan things further ahead in the future. This semester, I was the Sound Designer, Engineer, and Dramaturg for our production of George Brant’s Elephant’s Graveyard which is my last show I will do at the University of New Haven. I am a graduating senior, and I will be pursuing a Technical Sound Internship Certificate at Yale’s School of
Drama next year.

My time at the University of New Haven has been more than special. I have worked in many different facet’s at the University, and have learned more than I ever imagined I would. My biggest take away is how amazing our professors are, and how I know I will forever have incredible connections here to come
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