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Walter Dill Scott Award

The Walter Dill Scott Award honors the 10th president of Northwestern University, a psychologist and pioneer in advertising and marketing communications education. He wrote several books on advertising psychology. As president of Northwestern from 1919 to 1939, Scott stabilized the university’s finances, expanded the Evanston campus and developed the Chicago campus. He established several of Northwestern’s schools, including Medill in 1921.

Recipients of the Walter Dill Scott Award are selected by the IMC faculty and honored at the graduation convocation.

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