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Communication Graduate Students Receive Awards
Three students were presented with awards at the School of Communication's annual Graduate Student Awards and Research Symposium held on Monday, May 6.
Carmen Hernandez-Ojeda received the Outstanding Teaching Intern Award. Two students were presented with the Outstanding Part-time Graduate Student Award: Margaret Arico and Laura Brubaker Crisco.
Laura Brubaker Crisco was also the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Research Award, based, in part, on her case study being awarded First Place in Communications for the 2013 Arthur W. Page Society and Institute for Public Relations Case Study Competition. Her case study, Susan G. Komen/Planned Parenthood: Pink Politics: How Komen’s Planned Parenthood Communications Response Unraveled the Pink Ribbon, was selected from a competitive field of 46 entries from around the world.
The May 6 School of Communication event also included a research symposium at which 18 students in the Communication Master's program presented their research in a poster format.