Everett M. Rogers Colloquium (2010)

The 2010 Everett M. Rogers Award for Achievement in Entertainment Education was awarded on September 22, 2010 to Dr. Martine Bouman, director of the Center Media & Health in the Netherlands. Her career is a rare combination of roles as social scientist and educator, designer of EE campaigns, and public policy advocate. Her work has led to television and Internet storylines on public health topics including sex, drugs, alcohol, and the prevention of cardiovascular diseases. The first woman to receive this prestigious award, Dr. Bouman offered a candid and humorous discussion of her work at a special lunch colloquium at the USC Annenberg School. That evening, she was recognized as the sixth recipient of the Rogers award at the Writers Guild of America, West in Los Angeles.

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