In This CASE: Awards Honor Creativity
June 23, 2010
Bridget Finnegan, Sarah Aldag and Beth Potier, creators of the EcoLine animation that explains the university’s trash-to-fuel project, have won a national CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education ) grand gold award in the category “Video General Information Features: Non-Interactive Features that Use Flash.” Check it out at www.unh.edu/ucm/ecoline.
The UNH Magazine has been awarded a bronze medal for periodical staff writing for external audiences by CASE. The articles that were submitted and judged included:
Turning Point (Judge Jimmie Moore '72), Virginia Stuart, writer
Dangerous Waters (blue-green algae and neurological disease)
(http://unhmagazine.unh.edu/sp09/dangerous_waters.html), Virginia Stuart, writer
Nothing More Surprising (Celia Thaxter's garden), Suki Casanave, writer
The New Hampshire Touch (a new tradition is born), Virginia Stuart, writer
And Then There Were Seven (Dan '74 and Mary Pat Rowland Daigle '74 adopt five kids)
(http://unhmagazine.unh.edu/f09/daigles.html), Suki Casanave, writer
And Kevin Connelly, Video Production Services, has won a silver award for his Health Services promotional video (http://www.vimeo.com/10070270) Scott Ripley was the videographer.