The Winter 2011 issue of Austin College Magazine received a Silver Award this spring at the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Region IV competition in the category of “Magazine Design, Complete Unit.” The Winter 2012 issue earned Silver for its cover design. Also garnering awards were the “Century of Science” logo (Gold) in the “Logo Design” category and the 2011 Profile (Silver Award) in the “General Institutional Literature” category.
Austin College also has won five gold awards from Graphis, the international journal of graphic design excellence. Two gold awards led to publication of the “think green” and “Bob Mason Classic” logos in LogoDesign8 and three gold awards were given in Poster Annual 2013 for Austin College theatre posters from the 2011-2012 season. The posters won additional recognition from the Dallas Society of Visual Communications with a Certificate of Excellence in the category of “Poster Series.”
Congratulations to the talented design staff of Austin College’s Advancement Communications office.
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Don’t Miss These Stories in the online-only
- “Our Gang for the 21st Century”—Scooter Merritt ’66 and friends gather again
- “Driving Through the Museum”— Kristy Peet ’02 and the Houston Art Car Parade
- “You Never Know Where You’ll Meet a ’Roo—Ann Gael ’67 and Jordan Faires ’87
- “Walking, Biking, and Running for a Cause”—Melissa Johnston ’04 and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
- “Climbing to the Top”—Adam Sandlin ’05 and Mt. Kilimanjaro
- “Hearts Open to Others”—Evelyn Jacoby Scurry ’65 and the Tree of Life Children’s Village in Zambia, Africa
- “Saving History”—Daniel Babb ’87 and the Babb Homestead