School of Communication and the Arts
Senior Alexis Murphy wins PRSSA award
Public relations student Alexis Murphy, '12, recently earned the annual Public Relations Student Society of America award, a nationwide honor given to only a handful of students across the United States.
The National Gold Key recognizes exceptional public relations students who have excelled in their studies, have pursued professional internships and are leaders in their PRSSA chapter.
"This award means so much to me," Murphy said. "I am honored that my work for PRSSA is being recognized and I am thankful to all my communications professors for their constant advice and guidance, without which I would not have been able to achieve this award."Murphy has managed an online forum for PRSSA that was featured on its national website. She is also a contributing writer to USA Today College.