The University of Portland was among institutions recognized for their work by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence awards. The hard-bound edition of Sweet Dreams, Storycatcher was a Grand Gold winner for book design, one of only 26 Grand Golds awarded. The book is a collection of essays written for Portland Magazine by the late Brian Doyle.
The Junior Viewbook earned a bronze award in the viewbook/prospectus category, out of 132 bronzes awarded, citing “The University of Portland’s viewbook beautifully conveys the university’s interest in the life of the mind, beginning with the cover statement, ‘when we wonder’…” It was one of four to be recognized in the viewbook/prospectus category.
In total, CASE received 2,856 entries from 611 institutions in 20 countries – and out of these entries 400 bronze, silver, and gold were given.
While the marketing and communications office produces these publications, they are the result of collaborative efforts among a diverse team of UP departments.
For more information contact Rachel Barry-Arquit, director of marketing and communications, at email@example.com.