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by Kalamalama staff

 

Bonnie Beatson and Teresa Pytel, graduate students in the College of Communication, won first and third place, respectively, for their logo designs for the 2006 AEJMC convention in San Francisco.
Beatson’s design will also be used on all AEJMC publications throughout the year and on conference materials related to the organization’s upcoming event. She will also receive cash awards for her winning entry.

As a contest rule, each school is allowed to submit 10 of their best student designs to the competition each year. This is the fifth year HPU has entered the competition.
Creating an entry for the contest was a class project in “Desktop Publishing,” a course taught by Dr. Brian Cannon, assistant professor of communication.

“ The students needed to research what landmarks or characteristics would capture some flavor of the city the conference will be held in and convey that in their design,” said Dr. Cannon. “Part of the challenge is including the name of the agency and the date of the conference.”

AEJMC is a nonprofit, educational association of journalism and mass communication faculty, administrators, students, and media professionals. Founded in Chicago, Il., in 1912, AEJMC has some 3,500 members around the world.

 

 

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