Publication garners top professional honor
March 27, 2007
KALAMAZOO--The communications and marketing team for Extended University Programs has won a national award for a new Western Michigan University publication aimed at prospective students.
The EUP Goldbook earned the highest praise--a Gold Award--in the University Continuing Education Association's 2007 Marketing and Publications Awards program.
The EUP team, led by Amy Routhier and Megan Anderson and supported by WMU branch campus representatives, was launched for the fall semester 2006. A comprehensive recruitment piece, it provides information on WMU's eight branch campuses and program offerings at each campus as well as details on basic EUP course offerings.
The content was written by the EUP team. Design work was done by Kalamazoo-area graphic designer Sandy Wachowski, and Howard Printing handled print production. For the time being, the Goldbook is being published twice a year, once for the spring semester and once for the summer and fall terms.
The EUP Goldbook will be on display with other winning publications
when UCEA holds its annual conference in Vancouver, British Columbia,
Media contact: Jeanne Baron, (269) 387-8400, firstname.lastname@example.org