Texas A&M University's Division of Research and Graduate Studies communicators were recently honored at the 2009 Brazos Bravo awards ceremony hosted by Brazos Valley's International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Collectively the Division brought home 10 awards.
The Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) won an award of merit for the OGS website. OGS earned third place in the broad Electronic and Digital Communications category, which includes websites, web pages, e-newsletters, and other digital publications. OGS website development was coordinated by Brad Dressler and Megan Palsa with programming by Matt Voss and Kevin Sorenson.
The Office of Communications and Public Relations received nine awards one Brazos Bravo (the highest award), seven excellence awards, and one merit award. Jean Wulfson and John Holder received a Brazos Bravo for the IAMCS website banner portraits. Tiffany Inbody and Susan Wolff received excellence awards in publication design and communication skills for Advance, the university's research magazine. Wolff and Wulfson received excellence awards in publication design for Profile, the division's annual report/calendar, and the division's holiday card. They also received an award of merit in communication skills for the holiday card. Additionally, Wolff, Inbody and Wulfson received an excellence award in communication skills for Profile. Wulfson and Wolff received an excellence award for photography in Profile. Finally, Wulfson and Pentagram Design received an excellence award for photography featured in Advance.
IABC is the premier international knowledge network for professionals engaged in strategic business communication management. For a complete list of Brazos Bravo awards, go to http://bv.iabc.com/2009/2009-brazos-bravo-awards/.