RSU’s Evan Wallace of Owasso Recognized for Outstanding Work in Media Arts | New



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Evan Wallace, a junior from Owasso, placed second in the promotional category for her spot, “Friday Rap Up Promo”. She joined five other students to receive accolades in various categories. Courtesy of RSU


Rogers State University students and recent graduates received awards for their outstanding work in radio, screenwriting and television in the Oklahoma Broadcast Education Association Student Awards Competition.

OBEA hosts the annual event for undergraduates enrolled at its member institutions statewide. Each entry is judged and criticized by local media professionals.

Evan Wallace, a junior from Owasso, placed second in the promotional category for her spot, “Friday Rap Up Promo”. She joined five other students to receive accolades in various categories.

“It’s a great feeling when students use the skills they learned in class and use them to create something tangible,” said Tip Crowley, CEO of RSU Radio. “These six students have been recognized for their exceptional work by many students across the state. This shows how exceptional RSU communication students are.

In addition to the OBEA awards, work by RSU students has been accepted at the Bare Bones Film Festival.

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education recently approved restructured degree options within RSU’s Department of Communications. A Bachelor of Arts in Communications includes options in Strategic Communication, Broadcasting, and New Media and Communication Arts.

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