The Office of Research Advancement received recognition in two categories of the CASE District II Accolades Awards program. Discover-e took a Silver Award in the News Website category. The judges said Discover-e “is very informative, aesthetically pleasing and easy to use. Content was up-to-date and strong.” In the Research, Medicine and Science News Writing category, Rachel Coker, director of research advancement, received a Bronze Award. The judges said her “writing samples are excellent – clear, energetic and engaging. Adept at using analogies. Very readable. Excellent work. The glossary (in one example) is a nice touch.” Awards will be presented during the CASE District II conference in February in Washington, D.C.
Rachel Coker and Office of Research Advancement
December 19, 2014