Review, UNC Win Awards in CASE District

The Carolina Alumni Review, which is published by the UNC General Alumni Association, has received three awards for its work for 2016-17 from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education for the Southeastern district of the U.S.

The Review received:

  • Carolina Alumni Review September/October 2015 coverA Grand Award in graphic design for photography for the cover of its September/October 2015 issue. The photo, by Tim Duffy ’91 (MA), accompanied a feature story titled “The Grace of Preservation” about the Music Maker Relief Foundation.
  • popkin_fat_earth_sam_wardAn Award of Excellence in illustration for the interior spread in its January/February 2016 issue accompanying a feature titled “The Whole World ’Round.” The article reported on the work of noted Kenan Professor Barry Popkin and his research into how other countries were following Americans into obesity and how he is helping world leaders decide how to fight back.
  • cover_penny_lane_ma2016A Special Merit Award in graphic design for photography for the cover of its March/April 2016 issue. The photo, of a puppy-in-training with Paws4People and temporary resident of the Farm at Penny Lane, illustrated part of UNC’s out-of-the-box approach to treating mental illness.

The University also won three CASE awards:

  • An Award of Excellence in graphic design for the cover of Arts & Sciences magazine;
  • An Award of Excellence in programs and projects for its execution of a decentralized 24-hour giving campaign; and
  • A Special Merit Award in electronic and digital media for “Women in Science Wednesday,” produced by UNC’s Office of Research Communications.

The GAA has been recognized with national or district CASE awards for 21 years in a row, earning 111 such awards in all — 55 for Alumni Programs, which includes 26 awards from CASE’s Affiliated Student Advancement Programs, and 56 for Alumni Communications.

Headquartered in Washington, D.C., CASE is a worldwide professional organization for advancement professionals at all levels who work in alumni relations, communications, fundraising, marketing and other areas. The CASE ASAP awards recognize outstanding student and adviser leadership and achievements as well as outstanding student educational advancement programming by member organizations.


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