The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has presented Hollins University a bronze award in its 2017 Circle of Excellence awards program.
A panel of experts recognized “Women Who Are Going Places Start at Hollins,” the university’s entry in the Short Video category. The video was produced by Capstrat, a strategic communications firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina.
This year, more than 715 higher education institutions, independent schools, and nonprofits worldwide submitted 3,364 entries for consideration in nearly 100 categories. Judges gave 366 awards: 118 bronze, 125 silver, 107 gold, and 16 grand gold.
Sue Cunningham, president and CEO of CASE, said 2017 was the most competitive year ever for the awards program that recognizes outstanding achievement in educational advancement.
“Honorees come from all institution types and sizes, reflecting the depth of talent and ingenuity throughout CASE member institutions,” Cunningham explained. “These awards acknowledge superior accomplishments that have lasting impact, demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, and deliver exceptional results. We salute the winners and thank everyone for their vital contributions to advancing education that transforms lives and society.”
CASE is one of the largest international associations of education institutions, serving more than 3,670 universities, colleges, schools, and related organizations in more than 80 countries. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., the council is a leading resource for professional development, information, and standards in the fields of education fundraising, communications, marketing, and alumni relations.