Bush School Communications Office Wins Top Honors

May 11, 2015

CASE Social Media Award

The Bush School’s Office of Communications and External Relations took two top awards at the May 7 International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Awards presentation.  Both were awards of excellence, which is the highest level award in the category.

The School’s media relations initiative was honored in the communications management category, while the new development publication, Legacy: Service Through Giving, won the excellence award in the communications skills/publication category.

IABC competitions are judged by communications professionals from across the country. This year’s entries were judged by six IABC chapters in Columbus, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Topeka, Kansas.

Earlier in the year, the Communications Office won two awards in the multi-state District IV Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) competition. The School’s diversity initiative and the expanded use of its Twitter account for marketing and recruitment were each recognized with the Gold Award, the highest in each category of competition.

“All these awards recognize the ways our communications and external relations program is expanding the Bush School’s public profile,” said Executive Associate Dean Arnold Vedlitz. “We congratulate Susan Robertson and Stephanie Taylor for these awards, and for the contributions their office is making to the Bush School’s mission.”

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