Dartmouth Engineer Magazine Wins Two Gold Medals
January 23, 2006
Dartmouth Engineer, the magazine of Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering, won two gold medals for best design and best overall magazine in the 2006 CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education) District I Communication Awards competition.
"The magazine's design and editorial content reflect the creativity of engineering and the energy and vitality of Thayer School," said Karen Endicott, editor of Dartmouth Engineer. "I'm pleased that the magazine is capturing a wider audience for Thayer School."
Dartmouth Engineer earned gold medals for its first two issues, both designed by Wendy McMillan. CASE magazine judges assess overall design, content and writing, and use of photography, graphics, and technology. This year's judges were: Liz Karagianis, executive editor of MIT's School of Engineering; Catherine Avril, director of communications at MIT's School of Engineering; and Bill Holder, director of publications at Wesleyan.
CASE is the largest professional association for educational advancement professionals working in alumni relations, communications, and development. District I covers New England and eastern Canada. CASE awards recognize outstanding achievement in higher education, independent school, and non-profit organization communications.
Dartmouth Engineer is published twice a year. To receive a copy, or be added to our regular mailing list, contact:
Director of Communications
Thayer School of Engineering
14 Engineering Drive
Hanover, NH 03755
Tel. 603 646-3521