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APW Names Winners of 2024 Communications Contest

APW Names Winners of 2024 Communications Contest

Arkansas Press Women announced the winners of its annual Professional Communications Contest at an awards luncheon Saturday at The Villa Marre in Little Rock.  Work produced in a variety of communications fields during 2023 was eligible to compete. First-place...

Arkansas Press Women to Honor 2024 Award Winners on May 18

Arkansas Press Women to Honor 2024 Award Winners on May 18

Arkansas Press Women will celebrate the winners of this year’s Professional Communication Contest during an awards ceremony on Saturday, May 18. The event will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the historic Villa Marre, 1321 Scott St., in Little Rock. The ceremony...

Torrie Herrington Selected for 2024 APW Scholarship

Torrie Herrington Selected for 2024 APW Scholarship

Arkansas Press Women is proud to announce Torrie Herrington, a junior at the University of Central Arkansas, as the recipient of its 2024 scholarship. She will receive a $1,000 scholarship and a membership to the 75-year-old statewide professional communication...

Celebrating APW’s 75th anniversary through history

Celebrating APW’s 75th anniversary through history

This year marks Arkansas Press Women’s 75th anniversary. Founded in 1949 by Roberta Fulbright, we remain true to our mission: supporting and empowering communicators across Arkansas. To take a deep dive into our organization’s history, join Wendy Plotkin in her work...