2019 Multimodal Contest Winners
For this year, we have a total of five winners, and five categories that submissions. The Grand Prize Winner for this year comes from Elena Hernandez in the School of Arts and Sciences, for her piece “Be Human Centered.” Congratulations Elena, and congratulations to everyone who participated this year. Let’s take a look at the rest!
School of Arts and Sciences
The winner for this category was Elena Hernandez, for her piece “Be Human Centered.” She created interactive mini case study stories that, alongside online resources, give her audience tools to apply empathy in their work and daily lives. She included a creative component of letting her audience choose their own adventure scenarios highlight the importance of an empathetic mindset and inspire people to be more empathetic.
The runner-ups for this category were Imanol Yepez-Frias and Jerrod Tanner for a podcast posted on SoundCloud, called “Ohio Podcast Mixdown.”
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School of Business
The winner for this category was Suzanne Zenoni, Jonathan Connolly and Caroline Resetar, for their project titled, “CJS Tutoring.”
The runner-up for this category was Stefanie Milovic, for a video posted on YouTube called “Pairing Paws Explainer Video.”
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School of Communications
The winner for this category was Oliver Fischer for his piece, “Conservators Center Brings Big Cats to Burlington” piece.
The runner up for this category was Kaitlyn Heit, for a mock Instagram campaign post she created for Tarte Cosmetics.
The winner for this category was Nan Yang, for her piece “Myotome Video.”
The winner for this category was Hannah Podhozer, for her piece “Infographic Day Six.”
The runner up for this category was Noah Brown for an article he wrote called, “Raising Early Stage Capital: A Cautionary Tale.”