UNCA wins three awards for communications and marketing

Press Release

From UNC Asheville:

UNC Asheville won three awards for communications and marketing, including a first-place Grand Award, at a conference for advancement professionals. The honors came for the university’s social media campaign for commencement, wayfinding and signage improvements around campus and a UNC Asheville Magazine photo feature.

The awards were presented February 18 in Orlando at the annual conference of the southeast region of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), an organization with more than 74,000 members representing 3,600 schools, including many of the largest and most prestigious in the region.

Judges selected from more than 1,000 award submissions with only some 50 Grand Awards given. UNC Asheville received these awards:

Grand Award for Social Media Strategy and Execution – “#uncavl2013 Commencement” social media campaign led by the Office of Communication and Marketing and the Office of Alumni Relations

Special Merit Award for Photography Series – UNC Asheville Magazine “Night Life” feature from the Spring 2013 edition produced by the Office of Communication and Marketing

Special Merit Award for Branding/Identity Overall Program or Campaign – UNC Asheville Wayfinding and Signage developed by the Campus Master Plan sub-group on signage and wayfinding

About Hayley Benton
Current freelance journalist and artist. Former culture/entertainment reporter at the Asheville Citizen-Times and former news reporter at Mountain Xpress. Also a coffee drinker, bad photographer, teller of stupid jokes and maker-upper of words. I can be reached at hayleyebenton [at] gmail.com. Follow me @HayleyTweeet

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