Education council recognizes Auburn University with dozen advancement awards
Auburn University was recognized with 12 awards – including two golds – at this year’s Council for Advancement and Support of Education, or CASE, District III virtual awards ceremony on Jan. 28.
Auburn Magazine – published quarterly by the Auburn Alumni Association – received a gold prize in the Periodicals & Magazines design category. The other gold came in the Writing, Series or Collection category for the Auburn Office of Development Communications and Marketing’s “Students of Auburn” series that appeared in the Auburn University Foundation 2019 Annual Report.
Auburn also received seven silvers and three bronzes in a variety of categories ranging from Diversity and Talent Management and Publications to Digital Communications and Advancement Services. Silver awards included the university’s Auburn Experts Take on Coronavirus micro-site created by the Office of Communications and Marketing, Auburn’s Honors College Case Statement and the Auburn Alumni Association’s fifth annual Black Alumni Weekend that ran from Sept. 27-29, 2019, in the Alumni Relations category.
In addition, Auburn received bronzes for its Forever AU Commencement Ad in the Individual Ads category, for the Winter 2019 and Fall 2020 Auburn Magazine editions in the Magazine category and for its Auburn Libraries Donor Postcard in the Advancement Services category.
The CASE District III award programs recognize the very best in advancement across the Southeast, and the district works to advance and support educational and professional institutions in the southeastern United States by enhancing the effectiveness of the alumni relations, fundraising, communications, marketing and other advancement professionals who serve them.
Here is a complete list of Auburn’s 2021 awards:
Gold – Auburn Magazine, Design, Periodicals and Magazines
Gold – Students of Auburn Series, Writing, Series or Collection
Silver – Auburn Experts Take on Coronavirus, Digital Communications, Websites (Micro-sites)
Silver – “Those Who Dream, Do” – Auburn University Foundation’s Annual Report, Publications, Fundraising-Annual Reports and Fund Reports
Silver – RISE Brochure, Diversity and Talent Management, DEI Initiatives
Silver – Pete The Cat Feature Design, Design, Editorial Design
Silver – Smith Stewardship Report, Advancement Services, Donor Relations & Stewardship
Silver – Honors College Case Statement, Publications, Publications on a Shoestring
Silver – Black Alumni Weekend 2019, Alumni Relations, Targeted Constituency Engagement
Bronze – Winter 2019 & Fall 2020 Auburn Magazines, Magazines, Alumni/General Interest published three or more times a year
Bronze – Forever AU Commencement Ad, Marketing, Advertising, Individual Ads
Bronze – Auburn Libraries Donor Postcard, Advancement Services, Advancement Services Pivot