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EQuad News earns honors

The EQuad News , a quarterly magazine published by the School of Engineering and Applied Science , recently has won three awards.

"Building Bridges Across Disciplines: Engineers Educate a University," a series that appeared in the summer 2001 issue, was named a 2002 Distinguished Achievement Award finalist by the Association of Educational Publishers. The series was recognized for its "editorial clarity; clear, tight and lively writing; consistency in style, content and purpose; and impeccable research, accuracy and grammar."

Contributors to the series included Ann Haver-Allen, publications director, writer and designer; Alicia Brzycki, copy editor; Steven Schultz, writer; Frank Wojciechowski, photographer; and Tim Whitehurst, illustrator.

The staff of EQuad News also received two Awards of Distinction in the Communicator Awards 2002 print media competition.

The first Communicator Award went to the fall 2001 issue in the category of educational institution newsletter. Contributors to that issue included Haver-Allen, Brzycki and Wojciechowski as well as Sara Peters, staff writer, and Peter Page, contributing writer.

The second Communicator Award went to Peters for her news article titled "Engineers Search for Answers," which appeared in the fall 2001 issue.

The Communicator Awards is an international awards competition founded by communication professionals to recognize excellence in the communication field. Awards of Distinction, which went to 19 percent of the entries, are reserved for projects that exceed industry standards in communicating a message or idea.

Contact: Marilyn Marks (609) 258-3601

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