Sunday, August 24, 2003

Case Study Competition in Corporate Communication Call for Entries

The Arthur W. Page Society announced recently that the eligibility rules for the Case Study Competition in Corporate Communication has been expended to include students enrolled in degree programs an accredited school of comunication or journalism.

The competition challenges students to submit original case studies focusing on how corporate communications and the practice of public relations address business problems. Cash prizes totaling $14,000 will be awarded to the authors of winning entries and their faculty advisors. In addition, the country’s leading corporate communications executives will recognize the Grand Prize winners at an Awards Ceremony Dinner on April 1, 2004.

Any student, graduate or undergraduate, enrolled in an accredited school of business, communications or journalism who is pursuing a degree (full-time or part-time), is eligible to participate. Students may participate as sole authors or as members of a case study team (not to exceed four people). In order to participate, each student author or case study team must have sponsorship of a faculty member who is expected to advise and guide the case study’s development.

» Submissions deadlines: January 14, 2004
» Download submission guidelines and the application form [PDF, 52 KB, 4 pages]
» Read the winning studies of 2003 competition [PDF, 526 KB, 56 pages].

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