UST racks up 28 awards in 9th PH Student Quill, claims 3rd place in School of the Year tilt

Through the efforts of Thomasian students from different academic units and student organizations, the University of Santo Tomas bagged 28 awards in the 9th Philippine Student Quill Awards, organized by the IABC Philippines, on August 20, 2022 in a virtual event.

The University claimed the second-runner up spot in the most coveted “School of the Year Award”.

The following is the list of the recognized entries produced by Thomasians students:

  1. TR Vinylthon From Home (Div. 1 Category 1: Internal Communication) – Gladelyn Mae R. Timbol
  2. #AtHomeWithTMN Volunteers Appreciation Project (Div. 1 Category 2: Employee Engagement) – Ma. Ira Sofia V. Rodela
  3. #BringOnTheROAR Volunteer Recruitment Project (Div. 1 Category 3: Human Resources and Benefits Communication) – Irish Lorraine Perez
  4. COVIDCOMMS 2021: Eyes on the Prize: The Batch 2021 Virtual Send-Off (Div 4. Category 20: Special and Experiential Events) – Ashley Faustine B. De Mesa
  5. ROARientation 2021 (Div 4. Category 20: Special and Experiential Events) – Faithfulness E. Balce.
  6. COVIDCOMMS 2021: Lifeline: The COVID-19 Series (Div 4. Category 21: Digital Communication/Communication for the Web) – Maxene Chase Gilos
  7. #HomeTownVlogs – Season 2 (Div 4. Category 22: Audio/Visual) – Janis Andriella S. Santiago
  8. Behind The Roar – Season 2 (Div 4. Category 22: Audio/Visual) – Janis Andriella S. Santiago
  9. #IsangTaonNaPala (Div 4. Category 23 Social Media) – Jasmin Beatriz R. Maat
  10. COVIDCOMMS 2021: Online Paskuhan 2020: Tulong Tomasino (Div 4. Category 23: Social Media) – Denise Sophia Maxime S. Miguel
  11. BroadQuest 2020: VIA Studios (Div. 1 Category 7: Marketing, Advertising and Brand
    Communication) – Andrea Rose R. Paño
  12. BroadQuest 2021: VIA Studios (Div 2. Category 18: Communication Research) – Andrea Rose R. Paño
  13. BalikUSTe 2021: Welcome Home, Tigers! (Div 4. Category 20: Special and Experiential Events) – Trixie Angelica A. Bautista
  14. Media as Authors of eXperience (M.A.X) Special: #TowardsTheNewParadigm (Div 4. Category 20: Special and Experiential Events) – Andrea Rose R. Paño
  15. UST Recruitment 101: #PursueYourSpark ((Div 4. Category 20: Special and Experiential Events) – Ma. Isabel Nicole J. Jose
  16. COVIDCOMMS 2021: The Bayanihan Coverage: The Covid-19 Crisis Coverage (Div 4. Category 21: Digital Communication/Communication for the Web) – Paolo Alejandrino
  17. The Varsitarian Website (Div 4. Category 21: Digital Communication/Communication for the Web) – John Ezekiel J. Hirro
  18. #LigtasNaBalikEskwela (Div 4. Category 22: Audio/Visual) – Genise Ara O. Danga
  19. On Campus: A TOMCAT Original (Div 4. Category 22: Audio/Visual) – Mary Maureen C. Cucio
  20. Game show’ politics: Who is really the winner? (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – James Patrick S. Cruz
  21. CovidComms2021: After 15 years, gates of Heaven’s Touch to close (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) -Laurd Menhard B. Salen
  22. A lighter shade (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – Brin Raizulli Isaac
  23. Before 6:30 AM (Div 4. Category 25: Writing)  -Maria Gabriel H. Jopillo
  24. CovidComms2021: Breaking down fees for UST’s ‘enriched virtual mode’ (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – Laurd Menhard B. Salen
  25. Immortalizing the ‘Gentle Giant’ (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – Joie Frances Timba
  26. Pandemic ‘time out’ dries up Filipino referees’ per-game wages (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – James Patrick S. Cruz
  27. UST, UP scientists call on gov’t to consult with scientists on development projects (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – Miguel Louis M. Galang
  28. Vax rollout behind bars: Only 431 out of 2,930 elderly prisoners inoculated vs COVID-19 (Div 4. Category 25: Writing) – James Patrick S. Cruz

For the complete roster of winners in the 9th Philippine Student Quill Awards, click here.

The 9th Philippine Student Quill Awards is the student division of the 19th Philippines Quill Awards, the country’s most prestigious event that fetes reputable organizations and corporations nationwide that produces exemplary communication research, programs, skills, and creative work.

IABC vetted the entries through its global standards that measure the brightest and the sharpest in the communication industry.

 

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