The Hill magazine grabs the gold for second consecutive year
The Hill magazine was awarded a gold medal for staff writing by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) in the District II 2012 Accolades program.
District II, the largest of the eight CASE districts, includes member institutions from Delaware, D.C., Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Ontario, West Virginia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The silver award went to Pitt Med (University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine) and bronze award went to Susquehanna (University) Currents.
The five articles entered were: "Stuck in the Middle," The Botany of Memory," "Kickboxing in ASL," "Solving a New Poe Mystery," and "But Seriously Folks…" by Managing Editor Kim Asch.
"We are so proud of this recognition and thank our readers for their consistent support and feedback to keep our magazine on its upward trajectory," said Joyce Muller, associate vice president of Communications and Marketing and Hill editor.
Graphic designer Edie Buchanan also received a bronze medal in the visual design category for her creation of the Phi Beta Kappa Guest Lecture poster. (below)
In the 26 years since its debut issue, The Hill has been recognized numerous times by CASE, the premier organization for educational institutions and advancement professionals who work on their behalf. In 2010, the magazine won a gold award for cover design, as well as an honorable mention for staff writing, in the CASE District II Accolades Awards. Following a comprehensive redesign, The Hill was recognized in the 2008 CASE international Circle of Excellence program with a bronze award for general excellence.
All award recipients will be recognized at the District I and II conference in New York City on January 22-24, 2012.