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Imagewest snagged four awards at the American Advertising Federation of Louisvilleís Annual Louie Awards in the Student Louie/ADDY Awards category. The ADDY Awards are comparable to the Oscars in the advertising industry.
WKU photojournalism student finished fourth in the second multimedia competition of the 53rd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Two WKU photojournalism graduates finished first and second in the first multimedia competition of the 53rd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
SJ&B graduate Mckenzi Loid of Bowling Green has been named assistant account manager at Guthrie/Mayes Public Relations.
Journalism Scholars Day, a 40-year tradition at WKU, attracted more than 300 Kentucky high school journalism students from 14 schools across the state to campus Friday (Nov. 30).
Two WKU photojournalism students have qualified for the national semifinals in the first photo competition of the 53rd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Imagewest has proven itself once again in the Bowling Green marketing industry by winning eight awards at the 2012 Professional Marketing Association (PMA) Markie Awards.
A team of entrepreneurial journalists from WKU launched a $19,500 Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign this week to help underwrite a unique editorial exploration of the Chinese government-funded Confucius Institute.
It is hard to decide what one thing separates WKU from other universities. The main quality I love about WKU is the ďat homeĒ feeling I get here. This campus is the perfect size to give students a feeling of comfort, especially in the advertising ...
Drew Mitchell received the Guthrie/Mayes Public Relations Student of the Year Award. Mitchell was selected from a pool of applicants submitted to the Louisville public relations firm by department heads at colleges and universities throughout Kentucky.
Adam Wolffbrandt wins 2015 Hearst National Multimedia Championship; Grad Katie Meek among finalists
SJ&B students win all four competitions; Meek, Wolffbrandt qualify for national finals
Six SJ&B students, Three Alums To Attend INMA Conference in New York City To Manage Editorial Coverage
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