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Penn College video earns ‘CUPPIE’ Award in peer competition

Public Relations & Marketing at Pennsylvania College of Technology was honored for a short-form video entry in the recent 2022 CUPPIES Awards competition sponsored by CUPRAP, College & University Public Relations and Associated Professionals.

The Silver CUPPIE Award was bestowed in the Digital, Short-Form Web Video category for the college’s “Pathways” 30-second spot.

PRM staff who contributed to the video are Carlos Ramos, director of strategic marketing; Sumer A. Beatty, marketing communications manager; Christopher J. Leigh, video producer; Thomas F. Speicher, writer/video producer; Braxton A. Shope, video production assistant; and Larry D. Kauffman, digital publishing specialist/photographer.

A baking & pastry arts student is shown in the Penn College “Pathways” short-form video, which earned the college’s Public Relations & Marketing office a Silver honor in the 2022 CUPPIES Awards competition sponsored by CUPRAP, College & University Public Relations and Associated Professionals.
A baking & pastry arts student is shown in the Penn College “Pathways” short-form video, which earned the college’s Public Relations & Marketing office a Silver honor in the 2022 CUPPIES Awards competition sponsored by CUPRAP, College & University Public Relations and Associated Professionals.

“Congratulations to our Public Relations & Marketing team on this latest recognition of their talented storytelling,” said Patrick Marty, the college’s chief of staff. “The visually impactful ‘Pathways’ video showcases the stackablility of Penn College credentials, which allow our real-world ready graduates to earn more – sustained by their higher entry point into the job market.”

The 15th annual CUPPIES Awards featured nearly 350 entries from colleges, universities, agencies and providers of private, specialized and secondary education. The judges – experts in the field of communications – included designers, writers, educators, corporate executives and media professionals.

Founded in 1980, CUPRAP is an organization of communications professionals from 100 colleges, universities and independent schools dedicated to advancing the understanding of higher education and enhancing the professional development of its members.

CUPRAP members work in public relations, media relations, marketing, publications, sports information, web and graphic design, and related fields.

For more about Penn College, email the Admissions Office or call toll-free 800-367-9222.

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