EQuad News earns Silver Quill awards
Posted January 26, 2004; 11:55 a.m.
The staff of EQuad News has received two Silver Quill awards from the Philadelphia chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
EQuad News received the two highest awards presented in the feature writing category. Both were awards of merit. Contributors include staff members from the School of Engineering and Applied Science and the Office of Communications as well as freelance writers.
The first feature award recognizes the series "Pioneer research blazes trail," which appeared in the summer 2002 issue. The series was written by Sara Peters and Steven Schultz. The second feature award recognizes the series "Meeting in uncharted waters," which appeared in the fall 2002 issue. This series was written by Peters, Schultz, Peter Page and David Barry. Both were edited by Ann Haver-Allen and Alicia Brzycki.
Entries were judged on how well they met the goals and objectives identified in the communications plan. These two awards bring the total to 10 received this year by the staff of EQuad News in recognition of excellence in meeting strategic communications goals and objectives.
EQuad News is a quarterly magazine published for the alumni, faculty, students, corporate affiliates, staff and friends of Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science. A version of the printed publication is available online .
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