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Tate earns Gold Key Award

Jasmine Tate

Jasmine Tate

Former University of Southern Mississippi graduate student Jasmine Tate has been selected to receive the prestigious National Gold Key Award from the Public Relations Student Society of America.

The award recognizes students who demonstrate outstanding academic excellence in public relations and leadership qualities in PRSSA. It is the highest individual honor bestowed upon members.

A Mt. Hermon, La., native, Tate earned her undergraduate degree in Communication from Southeastern Louisiana University in 2014 and her master’s degree in Public Relations from USM in May.

Tate lives in Hattiesburg and works as a sales specialist at Kohl’s department store. She remains active in the Pine Belt Chapter of the Public Relations Association of Mississippi, while authoring a weekly blog “Welcome to the Real World.”


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