Marketing and Communications Department Wins Regional Awards
Nebraska Wesleyan University's Marketing and Communications Department was recognized with nine regional awards at the recent Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) conference.
Nebraska Wesleyan's nine awards includes six golds, one silver and two bronze. Awards included:
Excellence in Communications - Overall Publications: Student Recruitment Series, "Grow Without Borders" campaign materials
Excellence in Communications - Overall Publications: Single Student Recruitment Publication, Viewbook
Excellence in Graphic Design - Single Brochure/one, two or three colors: Commencement booklet
Excellence in Graphic Design - Series of Multiple Piece Project/Four or more colors: "Grow Without Borders" campaign pieces
Excellence in Graphic Design — Editorial Design: Social Fabric illustration (Archways Magazine)
Excellence in Graphic Design - Special Publication (invitation, announcement, maps, similar project): Eight-Week Pocket Guide
Excellence in Graphic Design - Special Publication (invitation, announcement, maps, similar project): Black and White Gala invitation
Excellence in Graphic Design - Series or Multiple Piece Project/one, two or three colors: Athletic materials
Excellence in Writing - Feature Story: "Triumph of Spectacle" (Archways Magazine)
CASE is a resource for professional development, information and standards in the fields of education, fundraising, communications and alumni relations. Nebraska Wesleyan is part of an eight-state CASE district.
Nebraska Wesleyan's Marketing and Communications Department includes: Peggy Hain, Kara Peters, Eric Wendt, Melanie Falk, Natalie Swanda, Eric Aspegren, Hannah Selendic, and Sara Olson.
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