Missouri S&T earns 10 CASE awards

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Mars Rover removes brick

S&T received a silver CASE award for the “groundbreaking” event for the design center expansion on April 26. During the event, the Mars Rover removes the first brick from the wall that will come down for the expansion of the center. Tom Wagner/Missouri S&T

Missouri S&T received 10 awards for excellence in advancement, alumni relations, and communications and marketing initiatives and materials from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The awards were presented at the CASE District VI Conference in Kansas City, Missouri, on Jan. 27.

Missouri S&T won one gold award, five silver awards and four bronze awards in the annual competition.

CASE is the international organization for educational advancement. Members are college, university and independent school staff members in the areas of alumni relations, communications and marketing, and philanthropy. District VI includes colleges, universities and independent schools in Missouri, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

The awards are:

S&T received a gold award for:

  • Student recruitment publications: individual publications: Biological sciences piece, titled Charting Your Path

S&T received sliver awards for:

  • General news writing: news.mst.edu
  • Special events/single day category: Groundreaking ceremony for the expansion of the Kummer Student Design Center on April 26,“Breaking Ground on a Dream for Student Design”
  • Institutional relations publications: Research publication: “Re:search – Fall 2019: The battle for the brain”
  • Illustrations: “Eco-Village Living Laboratories”
  • Editorial design: “Success in Arts, Sciences and Business” issue of Missouri S&T Magazine

S&T received bronze awards for:

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