Boiler Communication students
The Hoosier Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America recognized Purdue teams with two best in show awards and two Pinnacle Awards at the April 10 ceremony, which celebrated Indiana’s top PR and communications campaigns of the year.
Boiler Com’s winning teams were:
Macey Warren, Brock Martin, Anna Schiferl, Madison Voss, and Hallie Tepperman, who won best in show for their work for the Purdue Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series.
Mackenzie Breneman, Natalie Weber, Nate Piggush, Joanna Brundza, Bailie Pelletier, Hope Garland, and Jacqueline Logan, who won a Pinnacle Award for their work with USA Talk.
Jaclyn Lawmaster, Abigail Kienster, Alyssa Ross, Betsy Bastnagel, Anna Raben, and Hallie Tepperman, who won best in show for their work with Special Olympics of Tippecanoe County.
Hallie Tepperman, Jaclyn Lawmaster, Macey Warren, Alyson Braden, Mady Athey, and Jacqueline Logan, who won a Pinnacle Award for their work with Purdue Press.
Led by advisor and continuing lecturer Christi Eden, Boiler Com is the Lamb School’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) affiliate within the state’s professional PRSA. Since 2015, Boiler Com has won 14 statewide awards for its campaigns.
Congratulations, Christi and Boiler Com students!
David A. Reingold
Justin S. Morrill Dean
College of Liberal Arts
Since my introduction to Purdue Liberal Arts, I have been impressed by the depth and volume of accomplishment among members of the faculty and staff. To that end, this series will celebrate the achievements of our colleagues. When one of us earns recognition, it reflects positively upon each individual, each department, the whole of the College, and the entirety of the University. Collectively, we all benefit from the success of our colleagues, and here, together, we will celebrate the accolades that move this College to new heights of excellence.
- David A. Reingold, Justin S. Morrill Dean of Liberal Arts