Award recipients announced at AWC Celebrity Luncheon - KCBD NewsChannel 11

Hundreds of people gathered at the Overton Hotel Conference Center Tuesday for the Association for Women in Communications Celebrity Luncheon which honored dozens of individuals and groups for their achievements and contributions to Lubbock.


Dr. Steven Berk - Through his innovative vision, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine is gaining national recognition and attention for an expedited curricular track (F-MAT) that reduces the length of medical school from four years to three for individuals pursuing a career in family medicine. Also, his book, "Anatomy of a Kidnapping," was published in 2011 and continues to receives exceptional reviews

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