University projects win Delaware Press Association awards
2:12 p.m., April 24, 2012--University of Delaware projects spanning the print, broadcast and social media won awards in the annual communications competition of the Delaware Press Association. (DPA). The winners will be honored at DPA’s annual awards banquet, Thursday, May 3, at the University and Whist Club in Wilmington.
“It’s great to see so many University of Delaware projects recognized in the Delaware Press Association’s annual contest,” said David Brond, vice president for communications and marketing. “I congratulate the winners on their achievements and encourage them to continue to ‘Dare to be first.’”
Chemical engineering honors
Lydia Timmins, assistant professor of communication, and her students in the COMM 425 news documentary course won first place in the television special programming category for The Quiet Riot: Apathy and Activism. The documentary explores the perception of college students as apathetic and party-crazy and helps to disprove this widely believed myth. The winning team included Alexander Albanese, Kerry Camacho, Tanesha Campbell, Andy Giron, Meagan Maudsley, Kerry Miles, Tony Minervini, Jen Rini, Lyndsey Wallen and Jacob Weil.
Other UD awardees included:
- From Agricultural Communications Adam Thomas, communications specialist.
- From the Marine Public Education Office Tamara Beeson, graphic designer II; Elizabeth Boyle, former production coordinator; Kimberly Doucette, administrative assistant; Ron Ohrel, director; and Lisa Tossey, former outreach specialist.
- From the Delaware Sea Grant Marine Advisory Service Chris Petrone, education specialist; and Wendy Carey, coastal processes specialist.
- From the College of Health Sciences Diane Kukich, communications specialist.
- From the Office of the Provost Margaret Andersen, associate provost for academic affairs.
- From the Office of Communications and Marketing David Barczak, senior art director; Laura Blagys, former intern; John Brennan, director of public and media relations; David Brond, vice president for communications and marketing; Tracey Bryant, associate director for research, graduate and global communications; Meredith Chapman, senior news editor; Molly Chappell, senior art director; Jeffrey Chase, senior art director; Evan Krape, web developer/photographer; Corin Larraga, web developer II; Ann Manser, senior editorial coordinator; Nan Mulqueen, speechwriter/senior editor; Sarah Rosenthal, art director; Neil Thomas, senior associate director; and Daniel Wright, art director.
First-place honors went to:
- Beeson, Boyle, Tossey, Ohrel and Doucette for the Delaware Sea Grant Reporter in the category of external annual report.
- Beeson and Ohrel for the Delaware Sea Grant Site Visit Briefing Book in the category of general report.
- Beeson, Ohrel and Tossey for the 2011 Coast Day program and map in the four-color brochure category.
- Bryant, Barczak, Wright and Krape for the University of Delaware Research magazine in the four-color magazine category.
- Bryant, Barczak and Krape, OCM, for the University of Delaware Website in Spanish in the category of web development/creation: not-for-profit or educational organization sites.
- Adam Thomas for his UDaily article “Chickens under stress: UD’s Schmidt takes look back to study heat stress in poultry” in the category of web content written for not-for-profit or educational organization sites.
- Tossey for her photo of a blue flag iris in the category of photography on the web or electronic publishing.
- Tossey and Beeson for the Delaware Sea Grant website in the category of web site edited by entrant.
Second-place honors went to:
- Barczak, Krape, Neil Thomas, Andersen and Brond for the University of Delaware Authors website in the category of web development/creation: not-for-profit or educational organization sites.
- Beeson for the 2011 Coast Day poster in the category of single-sheet poster.
- Chapman, Rosenthal and Blagys for “Dare to explore” in the category of social media campaign – not for profit, government or educational organization.
- Mulqueen for “The Obligation of Global Citizenship” in the speeches category.
- Tossey, Beeson and Petrone for the Coast Day showcase exhibit (Cannon Room 104) in the category of community or institutional relations.
- Tossey, Petrone and Carey for Perigean spring high tide and coastal storm effects time lapse video in the category of audiovisuals video productions.
Third-place honors went to:
- Beeson and Ohrel for School of Marine Science and Policy timeline in the billboard category.
- Brennan, Chase, Larraga and Chapman for “911: A Rembrance” in the category of website development/creation: not-for-profit or educational organization sites.
- Kukich for “Yes, you can: UD students offer fitness support to adults with limited mobility” in the feature article written for the web category.
Honorable mention went to: