Public Affairs' Panorama Magazine Receives Top Honors


Public Affairs' Panorama Magazine Receives Top Honors
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The university's Panorama magazine has placed gold in the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VII 2004 Awards for Excellence Program. Published by the Office of Public Affairs, Panorama was created to inform, invite and involve the university's extended community.

Panorama received the gold award in the category of Outstanding Communications: External Audience Newsletters/Tabloids. Other winners included: University of California, San Francisco, silver; Brigham Young University, bronze; and University of California, Davis Graduate School of Management, bronze.

The winning entries and award recipients were announced during the Awards Banquet and the Tribute Luncheon at the CASE VII conference in San Francisco in December.

In 2004, the CASE District VII Awards for Excellence Program received hundreds of entries from member institutions from Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah.

These entries were judged in 20 categories that covered the scope of institutional advancement programming, including public relations, government relations, periodicals, publications and electronic media. Sixty-one awards were made to 34 member institutions. Panels of volunteers, consisting of professional and CASE member experts, judged the 2004 competition.

A complete list of the 2004 Awards of Excellence winners is posted on the CASE District VII Web site.

To read the Summer 2004 Panorama, visit www.cpp.edu/~panorama/summer_04/index.html.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2004, CASE is the largest international association of education institutions, serving more than 3,000 universities, colleges, schools, and related organizations in 45 countries. CASE is the leading resource for professional development, information, and standards in the fields of educational fund raising, communications and marketing, and alumni relations.