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University Relations Teams Win Six CASE Awards

Posted June 9, 1999


Campus 1999 Calendar.

"Remembering Berkeley through the decades," the campus' 1999 calendar, won a silver medal in this year's Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence Award Program.

Created by designer Linda Currie and a small team from the Office of Public Affairs, the calendar was among the top 14 submissions in the "visual design in print - calendar" subcategory, which had a total of 248 entries. John Hickey served as art director for the project; editorial work was done by Nancy Chapman, Marie Felde and Kathy Scalise.

The Chancellor's Circle Desk Calendar, designed by Greg Young and written by Susan Corry of Development Communications, won a bronze medal in the same category. Young and Karen Rhodes received another bronze for the "1997-98 Annual Report of Private Giving."

Also bringing home a bronze was the Chancellor's notecard collection, featuring images from the Berkeley Art Museum, the music department and the Bancroft Library. Designed by Renee Thieme and edited by Susan Corry, the cards were among 61 entries in the "visual design in print - specialty pieces" subcategory.

An institutional TV spot created by Mary Keegan, which aired during televised football games, received one of three silver medals (no golds were given) among 50 entries in the "video PSAs and commercial spots" category.

Invitations for Homecoming, Reunion and Parents Weekend '98, designed by Greg Young with program copy by Helena Weiss-Duman, took a bronze medal in the "individual low-budget publications" category, which had 36 entries.




June 9 - July 13, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 35)
Copyright 1999, The Regents of the University of California.
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