International Association of Business Communicators Recognizes Anderson University Students with Excellence, Merit Awards
Anderson University student teams were recognized with Palmetto Awards recently from the South Carolina Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators for their work over the past year.
The students from the Anderson University College of Arts and Sciences received an Award of Excellence for a public relations campaign on behalf of Thrive Wellness and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention promoting last spring’s suicide prevention walk, an Award of Excellence for a public relations research project on behalf of Meals on Wheels of Anderson; and an award of merit for Synthesis magazine, the student-produced magazine of the College of Arts and Sciences. Representing AU at the awards luncheon were communication majors Isabella Ellis and Madilyn McCown; and Skylar Bruner, a political science major with a minor in public relations; along with Associate Professor of Communication Robert Reeves.
The awards were presented September 21 in Columbia, South Carolina.