UC Communicators Dominate IABC Bronze Quill Awards

Awards presented to UC recipients at the annual IABC banquet were as follows:

  • Award of Excellence, Communication Skills: Magazines — for UC Magazine, Deb Rieselman, editor, and Dawn High, designer
  • Award of Excellence, Communication Skills: Internet Sites — for the UC Magazine Web site (www.magazine.uc.edu), John Bach, managing editor
  • Award of Excellence, Communication Management: Marketing Communication — for the UC Science and Engineering Expo, Tom Cruse, assoc. provost, and Wendy Beckman and Dawn Fuller, public information officers
  • Award of Excellence, Communication Skills: Sales Promotion and Marketing Writing — for the UC Science and Engineering Expo, Wendy Beckman and Dawn Fuller, public information officers
  • Award of Excellence, Communication Skills: Electronic Newsletter — E-Health News Daily, Dama Kimmon, editor
  • Award of Merit, Communication Skills: Electronic Newsletter — for Health Connections, Jamie Davis, editor
  • Award of Merit, Communication Skills: Magazines — UC Research magazine, Dama Kimmon, editor, and Suki Jeffrey, designer
  • Award of Merit, Communication Skills: Internet Sites — for the Academic Health Center's news Web site (www.HealthNews.uc.edu), Richard Puff and Jill Hafner

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