GAA, Review Win CASE Awards

The UNC General Alumni Association received two awards in the 2005 district-level awards program sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. The GAA won an award of excellence in overall alumni relations programs for its “Staying Connected – It’s Just What You Do” campaign, and the Carolina Alumni Review won an award of excellence for editorial design for the “Catch and Release” cover story in the July/August 2004 issue about UNC’s efforts to attract and retain top faculty.

Also at the district level, UNC awards included an award of excellence to Kenan-Flagler Business School’s alumni magazine, Kenan-Flagler Magazine, and a special merit award to the University Gazette, the campus’ internal newspaper.

In CASE’s 2005 Circle of Excellence awards program, covering all CASE institutions, the University was one of six universities recognized for overall performance in fundraising. Also, the University was recognized with a silver medal for photography for work by Jason Smith that appeared in the fall 2004 issue of Endeavors with an article titled “When Does School Start” about the Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute.

CASE is the largest international association of educational institutions. It supports the work of alumni relations, communications and fundraising professionals at more than 3,000 schools, colleges, universities and related organizations in 42 countries.

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