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Journalism Students Win Tennessee AP College Awards

AP AwardsJEM students won 14 awards from the Tennessee Associated Press Broadcast and Media Editors College Division in Nashville. Students from 17 schools submitted more than 300 entries in the contest. Those who won Best in Show received an AP Style Book and a $150 stipend.

Pictured: Jake Albright, Beverly Banks, Isaac Fowler, Tim Morris pick up their awards in Nashville.

JEM AP Award Winners:

Tim Morris– Best in Show “Welcome Home Brother”
Isaac Fowler– Best in Show Welcome Home Brother
Sophie Grosserode– Best in Show Heat and Homelessness
Isaac Ward – Best in Show Defenders of the Dream: Life After War in East Tennessee
Jake Albright – First place, Television Reporter “Food for College Students in a SNAP”
Tim Morris– First place, TV Specialized Topic Reporting Welcome Home Brother
Isaac Fowler– First place, TV Specialized Topic Reporting Welcome Home Brother
Beverly Banks– First place, TV News Story “Tennessee Governor Proposes Gasoline Tax Increase”
Adrien Terricabras– First place, College Photojournalist “Football vs LSU”
Sophie Grosserode– First place, Radio Investigative/In-Depth Reporting Heat and Homelessness
Isaac Ward– First place, TV Investigative/In-Depth Reporting Defenders of the Dream: Life After War in East Tennessee
Alex Holcomb and Annie Tieu– Second place, Newspaper News Story Rally at Confederate Monument Draws Thousands
Tyler Wombles and Damichael Cole – First place, Online Ongoing Coverage “Football Coach Hiring”
University of Tennessee– First place, Online Spot Coverage “Fans Protest Tennessee’s Potential Schiano Hiring”