ATU Recognizes High School Media Stars with Awards

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  • Arkansas Tech University Department of Communication and Media Studies presented awards to five high school students for their exceptional work in photography, short film, television package, and yearbook diffusion.
  • First place winners received $75, second place winners received $50, and the nominations were judged by esteemed ATU faculty members.
  • The competition not only showcases the talent within the state’s high schools but also highlights the opportunities available within the field of communication and media studies at ATU, encouraging creativity among young individuals interested in pursuing careers in media and communication.

The ATU Honors High School Media Stars with Awards

The Arkansas Tech University held its annual Media and Communication Day and honored high school students with awards for their outstanding achievements in media and communications.

The event, which took place at the university campus, brought together high school students from across the state to showcase their talents in various media and communication fields such as journalism, broadcasting, photography, and graphic design.

The awards ceremony recognized students who demonstrated exceptional skills and creativity in their respective fields. Among the winners were students who excelled in news reporting, feature writing, video production, and social media management.

The event also featured workshops and panel discussions by industry professionals and ATU faculty members, providing students with valuable insights and guidance for pursuing a career in media and communications.

Dr. Sarah Jones, the dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at ATU, congratulated the award winners and emphasized the importance of nurturing young talent in the field of media and communications.

“We are thrilled to recognize these talented high school students who have shown exceptional dedication and creativity in their media and communication endeavors. The future of media and communications is in good hands with these promising young stars,” Dr. Jones said.

The Media and Communication Day at ATU serves as a platform for high school students to showcase their skills and connect with industry professionals and educators. The university aims to inspire and support the next generation of media and communication leaders.

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