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Trojan(R) and the National Sexuality Resource Center's Campaign for Sexual Literacy Recognize Outstanding College Reporting on Sexual Health
Date:11/29/2007

rketing for Trojan. "College students are truly in a position to help to shape this nation into a sexually healthy society, and that requires an evolved media discourse about what it actually means to be sexually healthy."

The judging panel will consist of sexual health experts, journalism professionals and Trojan brand representatives. One grand prize recipient will be awarded with a $2,000 cash prize and trip for two to San Francisco, where they will be honored at the 2008 Champions for Sexual Literacy annual dinner. Four additional students will receive honorable mentions and a $500 prize. All winning entries will be published on the Trojan Evolve website.

"We look forward to honoring the winner of the first Trojan Evolve Award," said Gilbert Herdt, director of the NSRC's Campaign for Sexual Literacy. "We are proud to support future leaders who take a serious role in developing their campuses' sexual literacy, in a time when misinformation, hype, and polarization about sexuality, sex and gender are common."

About the TROJAN(R) Evolve Student Journalism Award

Entries can be submitted online at http://www.trojanevolve.com/evolveaward no later than January 31, 2008. Contest entries must focus on sexual health issues, statistics, products, policy or opinions. Evaluations of the entries are based on journalistic quality (30%); communication impact (40%); scope (15%); and comprehensiveness (15%). Essays should include references to condom use and must be consistent with Evolve master narrative. For details please visit http://www.trojanevolve.com/evolveaward.

Broadcast (television and radio) media stories, blog posts and message board posts are not eligible. Submissions for the Trojan Evolve Student Journalism Award should be published in an official American college or university newspaper, magazine
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