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ATSU publications earn awards for excellence

January 13, 2020
Posted In: ATSU News, ATSU Schools, Awards, Faculty & Staff Headlines

A.T. Still University of Health Sciences’ (ATSU) magazines earned several awards for recent issues.

ATSU publications received a pair of honors from CASE District VI Institutional Awards for 2019-20. Still Magazine (Fall/Winter 2018) won silver for Individual In-House Print Publications, and Spark (2019) won bronze for Annual Magazines.

In MarCom Awards for 2019, Still Magazine won platinum for Magazine, Educational Institution, and gold for Writing, Magazine in the Print Media category, while Spark won gold in Print Media for Magazine, Educational Institution. 

Still Magazine and Spark are produced by Communications & Marketing, with Katie Hubbard, MBA, as editor and Gail Doss as the designer. Amanda Martinez (contributing writer) and Judy Funk (contributing designer) also worked on Still Magazine.

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