Gainesville, Fla. – The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) and PRIME Research hosted the 2018 IPR-PRIME Research Infographic Design Internship Competition for undergraduate and graduate students. IPR and PRIME Research have selected the winning infographics that best communicate insights from research published by IPR.
Jake Gulisane, a senior at Brigham Young University, was selected as the first-place winner and recipient of the prestigious internship with PRIME Research. The paid internship, which also provides housing, will take place this summer at PRIME Research’s office in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Kyra Sutherland, also a senior at Brigham Young University, was selected as the second-place winner and is the recipient of a $200 cash prize. IPR also selected Vivian Vy Lam, a junior at San Diego State University, as the third place winner and recipient of a $50 Amazon gift card.
Each submission was evaluated based on content, creativity and visual appeal. More than 40 submissions were received for the competition. The top infographic designs will be acknowledged by IPR and published on the IPR website and social media channels.
“4 Simple Steps to Start a Trust Measurement System” designed by Jake Gulisane of Brigham Young University
“Getting Millennials to Donate” designed by Kyra Sutherland of Brigham Young University
“How to Effectively Persuade Your Audience” designed by Vivian Vy Lam of San Diego State University