Communications staff recognized with gold, silver and bronze awards in CASE competition
Communicators at the University of Toronto have earned 16 awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for excellence in telling the stories of the U of T community.
The university received the most awards of any institution in the CASE District II Accolades competition, a district that includes such universities as New York University and Johns Hopkins University.
University of Toronto Communications staff received 13 of the awards – taking gold for news writing and for digital magazines – and Faculty of Arts & Science staff received two awards, including gold for web sites. Staff in the Office of Student Recruitment received a gold award for their recruitment video.
“U of T’s communications staff have proven for the second year in a row that our creative and diverse storytelling is making an impact,” said David Estok, U of T’s vice-president of communications.
“From writing to photography and digital design, the talent at the university is exceptional.”