Ten Graduates Earn LSU’s Distinguished Communicator Award
BATON ROUGE – Ten graduates were awarded the Distinguished Communicator Award during LSU’s 294th commencement exercises.
These students earned this honor by meeting high standards set by faculty in various colleges and by the LSU Communication across the Curriculum program. The students earned high grade-point averages in communication-intensive courses – based on written, spoken, visual and technological communication – and built digital portfolios, displayed as public websites, which included their communication projects from courses, internships, leadership roles and public service.
This semester’s Distinguished Communicators are as follows, listed by hometown:
Alexandria, La. – Stephanie Lutfallah, industrial engineering
Baton Rouge, La. – Katie Palmer, biological engineering; Katie Smith, digital advertising; and Tommy Nguyen, biological engineering
Gonzales, La. – Jennifer Tran, mass communication
Gretna, La. – Calli Farrell, finance
Metairie, La. – Emily Hartdegen, natural resource ecology management, and Katherine Gerosa, chemistry
New Orleans, La. – Emily Adoue, biological engineering
Dallas, Texas – Savanah Dickinson, mass communication
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, call 225-578-7795 or visit www.cxc.lsu.edu.
Contact Ernie Ballard
LSU Media Relations