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Gold Award

UC magazine took gold at an international communications competition in June 2014. The Council for Advancement and Support of Education selected the UC Magazine article “Advocating for the Innocent” by editor Deborah Rieselman for a Gold Award in Best Articles of the Year (a story of UC’s Ohio Innocence Project freeing 16 wrongfully convicted people from prison).

Also winner of …

  • National gold medal -- photography, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), '06
  • International gold medal -- writing, IABC, '04
  • National gold medal -- special-issue magazine, CASE, '98

More than 100 awards in all.

Recent awards won by UC Magazine and its website

2009 CASE Gold Award

2011 AWARDS
International Association of Business Communicators

  • Bronze Quill, Award of Excellence, entire magazine, Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Amanda Chalifoux; one year's worth of print magazines

PIANKO Award

  • Silver Award, Print Excellence Award from the Printing Industries Association of Northern Kentucky and Ohio, to UC Magazine and Watkins Printing Co.

2010 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Bronze award for Best Institutional Diversity Program: Diversity Project of University of Cincinnati Magazine, conducted by Deborah Rieselman, John Bach, Amanda Chalifoux
  • Bronze award for Excellence in Feature Writing, Series: “The Many Faces of UC” by Deborah Rieselman, John Bach, Amanda Chalifoux, Katy Cosse

International Association of Business Communicators

  • Bronze Quill, Award of Excellence, entire magazine, Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Amanda Chalifoux; one year's worth of print magazines
  • Bronze Quill, Award of Merit, UC Magazine website, John Bach, Amanda Hughes, Steve Pfaff and Deborah Rieselman

2009 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Gold Award, feature writing, series: "Committed to a cause", by Deborah Rieselman, John Bach, Amanda Hughes, Angela Koenig and Curt Whitacre

International Association of Business Communicators

  • Bronze Quill, Award of Merit , UC Magazine website, Deborah Rieselman, John Bach, Amanda Hughes and Steve Pfaff

PIANKO Award

  • Silver Award, Print Excellence Award from the Printing Industries Association of Northern Kentucky and Ohio, to UC Magazine and Watkins Printing Co.


2008 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Silver Award, feature writing: "Killer Data: Researchers save lives … " by John Bach

Greater Cincinnati Society of Professional Journalists Awards for 2007
(awarded in fall 2008)

  • Second place, education news: “Calling it a day…long after sunset” by Deb Rieselman
  • Second place, feature photo: “Power of Place” by Bob Flischel
  • Third place, sports feature: “We Have Arrived” by John Bach
  • Honorable mention, arts & entertainment: “Welcome to Life at Paramount Studios” by Deb Rieselman
  • Honorable mention, feature headline: “A Career at Play” by John Bach


International Association of Business Communicators

  • Bronze Quill, Award of Excellence , entire magazine, Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Lisa Ventre, Amanda Hughes; one year's worth of print magazines.

2007 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Silver Award, feature writing, John Bach
  • Bronze Award , most improved magazine (for institutions with enrollment greater than 10,000 students), Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Mary Niehaus; comparing 2007 magazines to 2006 magazines.

International Association of Business Communicators

  • Bronze Quill, Award of Excellence, entire magazine, Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Mary Niehaus; one year's worth of print magazines
  • Bronze Quill, Award of Excellence, Web publication, John Bach, Stephen Pfaff, Deborah Rieselman


2006 AWARDS
National CASE Award

  • Gold Award, photography, Dottie Stover (for a photo taken inside the TUC clock tower)

CASE District V Awards

  • Gold Award, entire magazine (for institutions with enrollment greater than 10,000 students), Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Mary Niehaus; one year's worth of print magazines
  • Gold Award, photography, Andrew Higley, best individual candid photo
  • Honorable Mention, most improved magazine (for institutions with enrollment greater than 10,000 students), Deborah Rieselman, Dawn High, John Bach, Mary Niehaus; comparing 2006 magazines to 2005 magazines.


2005 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Gold Award, publication-series design, Dawn High, one year's worth of print magazines
  • Bronze Award, photography, Lisa Ventre, best individual candid photo
  • Bronze Award, photography, Dottie Stover, best individual structured photo

International Association of Business Communicators

  • Silver Quill Regional Awards
    • Award of Excellence, print magazine design
    • Award of Merit, feature writing
    • Award of Merit, personality profile
  • Bronze Quill Awards
    • Award of Excellence, entire print magazine
    • Award of Merit, print magazine design
    • Award of Merit, feature writing
    • Award of Merit, photography


2004 AWARDS
CASE District V Awards

  • Silver Award, feature writing, John Bach
  • Bronze Award, entire print magazine

International Association of Business Communicators

  • Gold Quill International Award
    • Award of Merit, writing, personality profile (only Gold Quill awarded in the category that year)
  • Silver Quill Regional Awards
    • Award of Excellence, magazine writing for the entire year
    • Award of Excellence, recurring feature (Panorama news section)
    • Award of Excellencem feature writing
    • Award of Excellence, personality profile
    • Award of Excellence, Awards of Merit for feature writing
    • Award of Excellence, e-magazine (the only e-magazine award given)
    • Award of Excellence, print magazine design (the only magazine design award given)