Bush School Communications Office Receives Top Honor from CASE

May 06, 2016

The Office of Communications and External Relations, Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University, received a Gold Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Southwest District IV—the highest honor—in the institutional relations program category. The award was given for the communication office’s role in promoting and disseminating the Mosbacher Institute’s Takeaway policy briefs.

The CASE District IV Awards recognize the outstanding achievements of those who work for the advancement of higher education, including individuals from 261 member institutions in the district.  Some of the largest and most prominent institutions in the Southwest participate in the CASE District IV Awards, including the University of Texas, Rice, LSU, and SMU.  Award recipients are selected from more than 1,200 entries by a panel of experts in the higher education industry.

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