UC Davis Horse Report Publication Wins 2023 Circle of Excellence Award from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education
The UC Davis Center for Equine Health’s Horse Report publication was recently awarded a national Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) 2023 Circle of Excellence award. The School of Veterinary Medicine publication was honored with a silver award in the University General Interest/Targeted Audience Magazines category.
The judges commended the Horse Report for its “excellent representation of the target audience, capturing their interests and preferences effectively” as well as for “creating an aesthetically pleasing and visually engaging experience.”
The annual Circle of Excellence Awards are the premier recognition program for educational advancement. These peer-selected and adjudicated awards honor talented staff from colleges, universities, and schools worldwide who have advanced their institutions with resourcefulness and ingenuity.
“We are honored to be recognized by CASE,” said Center for Equine Health Director Dr. Carrie Finno. “This publication is a collaborative effort between our center, UC Davis veterinary experts, clients, donors, and the talented and creative design staff. We are proud that it resonates with our readers.”
This year, volunteer judges selected 521 exemplary entries for bronze, silver, gold, or Grand Gold recognition from 4,021 entries from around the world. Winners are recognized for overall quality, innovation, use of resources, and the impact on the institution or its communities, such as alumni, parents, students, faculty, and staff.
“The Circle of Excellence Awards showcase the impact advancement professionals have upon their institutions and communities around the globe, every day,” says CASE President and CEO Sue Cunningham. “Our 2023 honorees—from diverse institutions and teams of all sizes—are bold, creative, and resourceful. They demonstrate how powerful it is when advancement teams champion teaching, learning, research, and the progress that education ignites.”
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About the UC Davis Center for Equine Health:
The Center for Equine Health (CEH) is a unit of the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine dedicated to advancing the health, welfare, performance and veterinary care of horses through research, education and public service. The center brings together research facilities, students, veterinary residents, researchers, and veterinarians to tackle important problems affecting horse health. Research findings are directly applied to patients of the UC Davis veterinary hospital, facilitating continuous improvements in the standard of equine veterinary care.
CASE—the Council for Advancement and Support of Education—is a global, not-for-profit membership association with a vision to advance education to transform lives and society. CASE is the home for more than 97,000 advancement professionals at 3,100 member institutions in 80 countries. These include professionals in alumni relations, development services, communications, fundraising, government relations, and marketing, working in universities, schools, colleges, cultural institutions, or other not-for-profits. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., CASE works across all continents from its regional offices in London, Singapore, and Mexico City to achieve a seamless experience for all its stakeholders, particularly its members, volunteers, and staff.