Our office recently presented Scott Dean and Markus Harris, from the ITS department, an official Augie “A” to honor and appreciate the extra effort they have given to install new phones and ensure current phones will ring in an emergency situation. The work of Dean and Harris supports the campus emergency communication plan.
Congrats to the team of Kurt Tucker, Meghan Cooley, Beth Roberts and Quan Vi. We just heard today that we won a gold Award for our Augustana Vikings athletic logo and a bronze award for our admissions viewbook.
2013 Pride of CASE V Awards
Category: Best Graphic Identity/Logo
- Gold Winner-Augustana College, A Return to “Vikingness” in Augustana College Athletics
- Silver Winner-No Award Given
- Bronze Winner-Butler University, Butler Blue Logo
- Honorable Mention-John Carroll University, Forever Carroll Campaign
Category: Best Viewbook
- Gold Winner-Miami University, Miami University Viewbook
- Silver Winner-University of St. Thomas, University of St. Thomas: jUST for you
- Bronze Winner-Augustana College, Augustana Viewbook
Andrew Petersen ran the livestream effort for the Old Main rededication event at Homecoming. Thanks to our colleagues in Facilities for rigging this nifty scaffold. Here’s a link to the event video.
C&M prepared this 2013 Media Summary and Web Analytics Analysis for the October Board of Trustees meeting.
We presented the Augustana Grounds Crew with an official Augie “A” last week in honor of the ongoing partnership we share with them. In addition to keeping our campus looking great, members of the grounds crew are essential to the success of our campus banner projects.
C&M’s second trip to the Crane & Pelican in LeClaire. We discussed increasing our outreach efforts on campus, reviewed the impact of our strategic marketing plan, listened to an overview of performance hall management and our ticketing operation, explored ways to expand campus participation in our social media efforts and played a lively game of Augie Jeopardy.
We presented Meghan Cooley with her official Augie “A” today in recognition of the CASE Circle of Excellence Gold Award the college won for her idea, an innovative social media project for Admissions called “A Good Fit.”
Here’s the summary.
The Augustana Video Bureau began in earnest last June with a single student worker and an advisor. In the eighth months since, the bureau has grown to five students, none of whom had any prior video experience.
Well, they’ve come a long way since the first student-produced piece and last week marked 100 videos on YouTube — most of which have been produced in the past six months. These videos have been viewed 27,982 times as of this writing.
To mark the milestone, below are the five most-viewed AVB creations.