AUT communication studies awards – the full 2018 list

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New Geraldine Lopdell diversity in communication award winner Malia Latu (left) with MC Star Kata at the AUT School of Communication Studies annual awards last night. Image: Del Abcede/PMC

The 2018 School of Communication Studies Awards presented at last night’s 2019 annual ceremony.

School of Communication Studies Award for Top Student in the Certificate in Communication Studies: Madie Freeland

School of Communication Studies Award for Top Year One Bachelor of Communication Studies: Samuel Wat

Professor Wayne Hope presenting the top Year 2 Bachelor of Communication Studies award to Irra Lee. Image: Del Abcede/PMC

School of Communication Studies Award for Top Year Two Bachelor of Communication Studies: Irra Lee

School of Communication Studies Award for Excellence in Communication Theory: Amy Willemse

Communication Studies Postgraduate Scholarships: Lenny Hyde, Mark Rasquinha, Leilani Sitagata, Catherine Theunissen

Dean’s Award for Best Postgraduate Diploma in Communication Studies:Nicky Jonas


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Dean’s Award for Excellence in Master of Communication Studies – Thesis: Carmel Rowden

Geraldine Lopdell Award for Diversity in Communication: Malia Latu

Radio NZ Pacific Award for Asia-Pacific Journalism: Sri Krishnamurthi

Oceania Media’s SPASIFIK Magazine Prize and the Pacific Media Centre’s Storyboard Award for Diversity Reporting: Blessen Tom

The Radio Bureau Award for Top in Applied Radio Techniques: Matilda Phillips

The Radio Bureau Award for Top Radio Student: Brad Hemingway

NZ Herald Award for Top Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism: Nicky Jonas

NZ Herald Award for Award for the Outstanding Graduate in the BCS Journalism Major: Jamie Ensor

Public Relations Institute of New Zealand Award for the Top Year 2 Public Relations Student:
Amy Wang

The winners of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand Paul Dryden Tertiary Award 2018: Michael Bain, Amelia Cheng, Elizabeth Osborne, Cathrine Pierce

Public Relations Institute of New Zealand President’s Award AUT Top Public Relations Undergraduate Project Award 2018: Kelsey Schutte, Rita Lennon, Gabrielle Lum, Margot Rudolphe, Brittany Dustin

Public Relations Institute of New Zealand President’s Award AUT Top Public Relations Postgraduate Project Award 2018: Isabel Gailer, Belinda Morris, Sophie Sager

Public Relations Institute of New Zealand President’s Award for the Top Academic Student in the Public Relations Major: Hayley Smith

Fonterra Annual Public Relations Internship Award: Isabel Gailer, Kasper Humphrey, Katie Pettigrew

The Postgraduate Public Relations Global Virtual Team Winner (2018): Ayesha Asif

FCB Change Agency Award for Digital Media Excellence: Olivier Longley

School of Communication Studies Award for All-round Excellence in the Creative Industries Major: Ella Leilua

School of Communication Studies Award for Academic Excellence in the Creative Industries Major: Hannah Dowsett

QMS Awards for Advertising Creativity:
QMS Art Director of the Year: Gina Morgan
QMS Creative Strategist of the Year: Kezia Lynch
QMS Copywriter of the Year: Ambrose O’Meagher
QMS Creative Team of the Year: Gina Morgan & Eliza Romanos

Francis Porterfield Memorial Award for Excellence in Multi-Camera Production:
Niamh Swannack

School of Communication Studies Award for Achievement in Screen Production:
Emma Orchard

School of Communication Studies Award for Top Student in Screen Production:
Catherine Theunissen

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