Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Scholarship celebrates student business writing

It's something worth celebrating that Newcom Business Media (publishers of Today's Trucking, highwaySTAR, Transport Routier, Logistics, Truck and Trailer, Logistiques, Canadian Technician, Plumbing & HVac) continue to put their money down on the future of journalism.
According to a story on Today's Trucking.com, the company every year awards the Rolf Lockwood Scholarship in honour of its vice-president editorial, to a 3rd or 4th year student in the Ryerson University magazine stream who submits the best example of an article with a business perspective. This year's winner is Julie Ryland for her article called "Ads Gone Creative" about interactive online advertising.
The scholarship was launched by Newcom six years ago after Lockwood was awarded the Harvey S. Southam Lifetime Achievement Award by the Canadian Business Press.



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