AGCM Represented Well at the National Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Critique and Contest
Wednesday, September 1, 2021
The Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Education Communications and Leadership’s agricultural communications students were honored for their achievements during the National Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow Critique and Contest virtual session in August.
The ACT Critique and Contest is the national communications and journalism competition for ACT members. This contest allows students the opportunity to have their work analyzed by professionals and judged against members across the nation. The categories include writing, publication, electronic media, photography, design & layout, and public relations.
The OSU AGCM honors are listed as follows:
Publications Award of Excellence, The Cowboy Journal
1st place magazine, Cowboy Journal (Su/Fa 2020 issue)
2nd place Long Personality Profile, Mark Schalmanini
2nd place News Story Sydney Trainor
3rd place Long Feature Story, Molly Faught
Design and Layout Division
1st place web design by Braeden Coon
2nd place Page Layout, Sarah Palmer
1st place B&W Photo, Braeden Coon
2nd place B & W Photo, Sydney Trainor
2nd place Animal Photo, Braeden Coon
3rd place People Photo, Braeden Coon
Public Relations Division
1st place Campaign, Kaylyn Branen
The OSU Department of Agricultural Education, Communications and Leadership in the Ferguson College of Agriculture is dedicated to developing well-rounded agricultural professionals, educators, communicators, and leaders through academic, research and extension and outreach efforts. Learn more at aged.okstate.edu.