Virginia Tech communications efforts recognized by Council for Advancement and Support of Education
Virginia Tech’s Advancement Division recently received three Awards of Excellence from the Council of Advancement and Support of Education, District III, for communications projects produced during the 2014-2015 academic year.
Virginia Tech Magazine received an Award of Excellence in the Graphic Design – Cover category for its spring 2015 issue, which highlighted restaurants of yesteryear, and was produced by the marketing and creative services group.
The promotional poster for the TedxVirginiaTech, Illuminate, event held in November 2014 received an Award of Excellence in the Graphic Design – Poster category. The poster was produced by the marketing and creative services group.
The university also won an Award of Excellence for print and digital publications for the Annual Fund’s fall 2014 solicitation – a team effort by the development communications, annual giving, and marketing and creative services groups.
“Each of these projects demonstrates the tremendous passion for our craft and attention to detail that so many members of our advancement team bring to their jobs each day,” said Tracy Vosburgh, senior associate vice president for university relations. “We’re proud to have our efforts recognized by CASE, the leading industry organization for our field.”
Also recently honored by CASE District III was Matt Winston, Virginia Tech's senior associate vice president for alumni relations, who received the 2015 Distinguished Service Award.