Tag: student work

Students Dominate Hatch Awards

Seven undergraduate alums and seven currently enrolled graduate students swept the annual Hatch Awards, New England’s equivalent of the “Academy Awards of Advertising.” Together they won two silver, five bronze and four merit awards at the nation’s oldest and most prestigious regional award show. The first silver bowls went to Isabella Bolivar (’17) and Michael Philbin (’17), for… Read More

EMS students helped launch a website for a local organization

Emerging Media Studies students Yiyan Zhang (’17), Xiaoshuang Guo (’17), Jingru Cao (’17) and Xueying Pan (’17) helped launch a website for Mass Farmers Markets (MFM), a nonprofit organization that supports farmers’ markets in Massachusetts. The website was a part of a design project for EM757 User-Producers 2.0: Developing Interactivity, in which students are expected… Read More

COM Trio Takes High Honor at Prestigious New York Competition

Wednesday, May 11 marked a great night in New York City for three COM students. At the One Show, The One Club’s showcase of the world’s best advertising and design work, Jason Gan (’16), Kiersten Utegg (’16), and Sumer Kotwal (’16) took home one of the two highest creative honors in advertising for their gender… Read More

Hatch Awards: Eight Advertising Students Win Campaign Competitions

  Eight undergraduate COM students celebrated campaign awards Oct. 21 from The Hatch Awards, the country’s largest regional creative advertising show hosted at the House of Blues. Judged by many of the most accomplished creative directors in the nation, students in Professor Edward Boches’ Portfolio 2 course took home two Hatch Bowls, one silver, one… Read More

PR senior shares her story in Commencement address

Taryana Gilbeau (’14), a senior public relations major, was selected from 56 entries to deliver the student Commencement address in front of an estimated 20,000 guests at Boston University’s 141st Commencement on May 18, 2014. The first in her family to attend college, Gilbeau told the audience, “I wasn’t supposed to be here.” Thanks to… Read More

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