Public Affairs Wins Four Top Awards

Public Affairs Wins Four Top Awards
The Office of Public Affairs publishes Panorama three times a year.
University Photographer Tom Zasadzinski earned a bronze for this action-packed photo.
POLY@lumni is sent monthly to alumni.

Cal Poly Pomona's Office of Public Affairs won four awards Friday, Dec. 8 at the 2006 Council for Advancement & Support of Education's District VII annual Awards of Excellence.

The Public Affairs team competed against other top universities and colleges from the western United States.

The CASE Awards of Excellence recognize advancement publications such as magazines, newsletters, annual reports, posters, advertisements and more. The Awards of Excellence also include specific areas such as photography, illustrations and writing.

PolyCentric, the university's online magazine, won a gold/first place in the category for Internal Audience Newsletters/Tabloids.

Panorama, an alumni magazine, also took home the gold for External Audience Newsletters/Tabloids.

POLY@lumni, a monthly e-mail newsletter for alumni, won silver in the E-mail Newsletters category.

Last but not least, university Photographer Tom Zasadzinski earned a bronze for his action-packed photo titled “Corner Kick Collision” which shows Cal Poly Pomona women's soccer players fearlessly defending their goal.

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