Graduate Earns LSU’s Distinguished Communicator Award

08/08/2014 03:13 PM

BATON ROUGE – Chelsea Clouatre, a native of Brusly, La., who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the College of Human Sciences & Education, received the LSU Distinguished Communicator Award today at LSU’s 284th commencement ceremony.


Clouatre earned this honor by meeting high standards set by faculty in various colleges and by the LSU Communication across the Curriculum program. She earned high grade-point averages in communication-intensive courses – based on written, spoken, visual and technological communication – and built a digital portfolio, displayed as public websites, which included her communication projects from courses, internships, leadership roles and public service.

The LSU Distinguished Communicator program was created in 2006 to enhance learning experiences for LSU students and support the improvement of students’ communication skills.

For more information on Communication across the Curriculum or the Distinguished Communicator program, call 225-578-7795 or visit

Ernie  Ballard 
LSU Media Relations

Posted on Friday, August 8, 2014