2006 PRIX D'EXCELLENCE WINNERS

ALUMNI RELATIONS

1. Best Program: Alumni Relations
A wide variety of programs are eligible for consideration. Please note that this category includes programs that take place over a period of time rather than individual events, which should be entered in Best Special Event or Best Alumni Event Category.
Judges will look for a clear sense of overall goals, evidence of effective planning, innovative ideas, a statement of goals and conclusive evidence of success. Programs may be new or ongoing, but must have been in place long enough to provide ample evidence of results.

Explain how a program supports the institution’s overall Advancement goals. Include a description of planning and execution, and materials used in the program.
Examples: Reunions, homecomings, club or chapter activities, continuing education programs, membership drives, community service projects, career placement programs or overall alumni relations.

Gold
Senior Alumni Program
University of Western Ontario
Nicole Bullbrook

Silver
Shakers
University of Toronto
Kyle Winters, Kim Tull

Bronze
York is U Student Alumni Program
York University
Jeremy Greenberg

2. Best Alumni Event
This category includes individual alumni events like travel, social activities and receptions. Judges will look for indicators of alumni interest and participation such as attendance and volunteerism, public and community interest, theme, uniqueness and future impact.
Submit a statement of objectives and results, including a description of the planning process, the event itself, the goals of the event and how they were met. Include any printed material designed for the event such as invitations, programs and brochures, along with any media coverage (internal or external) of the event. Send four copies of all materials.

Gold
Alumni 40th Anniversary Celebration
Simon Fraser University
Janis Horne, Julie Saito, Catherine Price, Anne Campbell, Barbara Diggins

Silver
Father Guindon’s Birthday Celebration
University of Ottawa
Caroline Tremblay, Julie Cafley, Dominique Villeneuve, Laura Roston

Bronze
Bryden Alumni Awards
York University
James Allan, Marcus Parmegiani


DEVELOPMENT

 

3. Best Program: Development
A wide variety of programs are eligible for consideration. Please note that this category includes programs that take place over a period of time rather than individual activities.
Judges will look for a clear sense of overall goals, evidence of effective planning, innovative ideas, a statement of goals and conclusive evidence of success. Programs may be new or ongoing, but must have been in place long enough to provide ample evidence of results.

Explain how a program supports the institution’s overall Advancement goals. Include a description of planning and execution and materials used in the program.
Examples: Donor recognition programs, annual fund campaigns, capital campaigns, parents’ programs, planned giving programs, student/faculty/staff solicitations, donor or prospect research activities etc.

Note: The award for Best Program Prospect Research has been merged with this category.

Gold

Campaign for Athletics and Recreation Centre and Stadium
McMaster University
Lorna Somers, Scott Forfar, Ron Foxcroft, Roger Trull, Wendy Battram, Therese Quigley

Silver
2005 Class Act Campaign
Carleton University
Corrie Hobin

Bronze
Provocante, dérangeante et orgueilleuse, l’UdeS
Université de Sherbrooke
Sandra Boisse, Valérie Charbonneau

4. Best Fundraising Case Statement and Campaign Materials
This category recognizes excellence in fundraising case statements and the application of that statement to fundraising materials. The statement and materials are designed to attract support for a major institutional fundraising initiative such as a capital, anniversary or research campaign.

Judges will consider the objectives of your case statement and how well you met them. They will evaluate clarity of fundraising goals, as well as writing, design and photography which combine to capture the unique qualities of your institution. They will also judge the consistancy and clarity of application of your case statement to the materials you present. Your institution’s most current case statement and the associated materials are eligible. Submit four copies.

Gold
BU & You
Brandon University
Marc Desrosiers, Institutional Advancement Team

Silver
A Community of Excellence
UBC Okanagan
Paul Lagrange, Marla O’Brien, Margo Yacheshyn, Martin Dee
 

INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS

 

5. Best Program: Public Affairs, Marketing and Communications
A wide variety of programs are eligible for consideration. Please note that this category includes programs that take place over a period of time rather than individual activities.
Judges will look for a clear sense of overall goals, evidence of effective planning, innovative ideas, a statement of goals and conclusive evidence of success. Programs may be new or ongoing, but must have been in place long enough to provide ample evidence of results.

Explain how a program supports the institution’s overall Advancement goals. Include a description of planning and execution and materials used in the program.
Examples: Community relations programs, communications programs for internal or external audiences, crisis management, government relations, or media relations demonstrating overall excellence or innovation in methods used to obtain coverage in the external media.

Gold
A Degree to Disagree
University of Western Ontario
Ruta Pocius

Silver
Discover Dawson
Dawson College
Donna Varrica, Tom Crilley, Roger Aziz, Janice Bernath

Bronze
Heritage Donor Appeal
Victoria University
Larry Davies

6. Best Institutional Annual Report
This award is based on excellence in concept, graphic design and editorial content with regard to the objective of communicating your institution’s sense of accountability to its community and constituencies. Consideration will be given to the extent to which the unique qualities of your institution have been captured, as well as the stated goals of the report and how well you met them. The most recent annual report published by your institution is eligible for entry. Submit four copies.

Gold
Lakehead University Annual Report 2004–2005
Lakehead University
Frances Harding, Eleanor S. Abaya, Marla Tomlinson, Tove Tronslien, Peter Puna

Silver
The World Belongs
Trent University
Trent University Communications Department, Paul Hickey – Partner & Chairman, BrandHealth

Bronze
President’s Report
Nipissing University
Lisa Drinkwater, Kelly Brown, Bob Pipe, Benjamin James

STUDENT RECRUITMENT

 

7. Best Program: Student Recruitment
A wide variety of programs are eligible for consideration. Please note that this category can include programs and any events that are a component of the program.
Judges will look for a clear sense of overall goals, evidence of effective planning, innovative ideas, a statement of goals and conclusive evidence of success. Programs may be new or ongoing, but must have been in place long enough to provide ample evidence of results.

Events will be evaluated based on the relationship between your event and the unique characteristics of your institution, level of personal contact, stated goals and how well they were met.

Explain how a program supports the institution’s overall Advancement goals. Include a description of planning and execution and materials used in the program.

This category recognizes successful marketing strategies and techniques in an ongoing program. Judges will look for an understanding of your institution’s mission, strengths and unique qualities and how well they are communicated to prospective students.

Gold
Enter Here 2006–2007
York University
Jennifer Wing, Admissions Office, doug agency

Silver
NSAC. Science applied to life.
Nova Scotia Agricultural College
Sarah Morris, Allura Communications & Marketing

Bronze
Laurier – Student Recruitment Program
Wilfrid Laurier University
Glennice Snyder, Jacqui Tam, Brian Breckles

8. Best Student Recruitment Viewbook
This category recognizes excellence in recruitment viewbooks, the major promotional piece designed to attract new and primarily first-year students. Judges will evaluate content, writing, design and photography which combine to capture the unique qualities of your institution. They will also consider stated goals and how well they were met. Viewbooks designed to attract students to the 2005/2006 academic year are eligible. Submit four copies of each entry.

Gold
So, what’s your story?
Durham College
Donna McFarlane

Silver
We’re Windsor University of Windsor Undergraduate Prospectus 05–06
University of Windsor
Jennifer Barone, Paul Green

Bronze
McMaster University First Year Handbook
McMaster University
Paula Johnson, Patricia Harris, Trish Sullivan, Nathan Butterworth, Candy Hui

ELECTRONIC MEDIA

 

9. Best Audio, Video or Multi-Media Presentation
Entries may include audio, video, slide or multi-media presentations and films of no more than 30 minutes in length produced for fundraising, student recruitment, news and information or general promotional purposes, etc. Judges will evaluate objectives, content, script, photography, soundtrack, editing, how well the institution’s mission is communicated, stated goals and how they were met. Submit four copies of each entry. For videos, send in VHS format.

Gold
Consider, Compare, Choose
Kwantlen College University
Megan Johnston, Kwantlen’s Marketing and Communications Department

Silver
2005 New Student Welcome Video
University of Calgary
Shauna Coffyne, Catherine Bagnell Styles

Bronze
Western in 5
University of Western Ontario
Robin Sutherland

10. Best Institutional Homepage on the World Wide Web
This category recognizes excellence in the development of institutional homepages on the World Wide Web. Judges will evaluate the overall effectiveness of your institution’s official homepage with regard to institutional identity; availability of appropriate and desirable links; ease of use; consideration of the institution’s audiences; and quality of multi-media presentations (if any) linked to the homepage. Efforts related to innovation and design will also be considered. Please include the goals of the site and how well they have been met. Submit the address of your institution’s official home page. Entries will be judged between March 17 and April 21, 2006.

Gold
www.queensu.ca
Queen’s University
Tim Hannigan, Greg Black

Silver

www.wlu.ca
Wilfrid Laurier University
Tony Frost, Jacqui Tam

Bronze

www.uqam.ca
Université du Québec à Montréal
Sylvain Bédard, Gwenaël Bélanger

11. Best Department or Program Site on the World Wide Web

This category recognizes excellence in the development of the World Wide Web for the purposes of Advancement in the any of the CCAE membership constituencies. Judges will evaluate the overall effectiveness of departmental or program web sites in communicating information or a message; ease of use; availability of appropriate links; accessibility; opportunities for interactive use; quality of multi-media presentations (if any); and use of innovative technologies. Efforts related to design and institutional identity will also be considered. Include the goals of this web site and how they were met. Submit the address for the site to be entered as well as the address of your institution’s official home page. Entries will be judged between March 24 and April 8, 2005.

Gold

Kwantlen 2006 Calendar
Kwantlen University College
Megan Johnston, Kwantlen’s Marketing and Communications Department

Silver

The Carleton Café
Carleton University
Ryan Davies, Nancy Lewis

Bronze

Brand Web Site
University of Ottawa
Isabelle Perreault

12. Best E-Innovation in University Advancment

This category recognizes how Advancement professionals are using technologies to develop innovative programs and practices to build relationships with their institution. Examples include Intranet development, Email campaigns, interactive web services, virtual reunions, photo manipulations, chat rooms and more.

Submit a statement of objectives and results, including access to web sites, any printed support materials and statistical data. Judges will consider creativity, uniqueness, implementation, stated goals and how they were met. Send four copies of all materials.
Note: This category covers all areas of Advancmement activty including but not limited to, Government Relations, Development, Alumni Affairs, Public Affairs and Student Recruitment.

Gold

www.wlu.ca
Wilfred Laurier University
Tony Frost, Jacqui Tam

Silver

2005 Holiday Online Giving Campaign
McGill University
Daniel Chonchol, Brad Skog, Mikhail Seliverstov, Vadim Kudryatsev, Robert Mark, Antoine Pouch

Bronze

Dokstick with Ookmag
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Kathy Frazer, Steve Balenovic, John Kent, NAIT Digital Media Services (D3 Team)

PRINT MEDIA

 

13. Best Magazine
This category includes all general and special interest magazines sent to alumni or other external audiences (e.g., research, fundraising, alumni or university magazines). Must be published more than once a year. Judges will evaluate content, writing, editing, design and photography, as well as the stated goals of the magazine and how they are met. This catagory is meant for institutions with an operating budget larger than $100,000 for this publication.

Submit at least two issues and send four copies of each issue as well as an annual operating budget which includes all expenses related to staffing, design, printing and freelance photography and writing. Please also indicate all advertising revenues separately. Submissions without budget figures included will not be judged.

Gold
ideas: the arts & science review
University of Toronto Arts & Science
Diana Kuprel, Gilbert Li, Pekka Sinervo

Silver

YorkU
York University
Berton Woodward, Michael Todd, James Nixon, David Fuller, Martha Tancock, Cindy Wilce, Marie Kopf, Jenny Pitt-Clark

Bronze

University of Toronto Magazine
University of Toronto
Scott Anderson, Stacey Gibson, Rivi Frankle, Shelley Frayer

14. Best Magazine – Under $100,000

Popular after it’s inception in 2002, this category will be further defined into two groups. Like the other Magazine category, this category includes all general and special interest magazines sent to alumni or other external audiences (e.g., research, fundraising, alumni or university magazines). Must be published more than once a year. Judges will evaluate content, writing, editing, design and photography, as well as the stated goals of the magazine and how they are met. This catagory is meant for institutions with an operating budget for the magazine of less than $100,000.

Submit at least two issues and send four copies of each issue as well as an annual operating budget which includes all expenses related to staffing, design, printing and freelance photography and writing. Please also indicate all advertising revenues separately. Submissions without budget figures included will not be judged.
Prizes will be awarded in two groups (1) Where the submission is from a medical/doctoral research intensive institution, and (2) Where the submission is from a liberal arts or independant school.

Gold

Edge Magazine
University of Toronto
Paul Frumeni, Althea Blackburn-Evans, Janice Walls, Maria Soros Leung

Silver

Work of Arts: The Faculty of Arts in Review
University of Alberta
Anne Bailey, Kathy Classen, Jeffry Carpenter, Jeff Sterr, Angela Martincevic
UToronto Medicine
University of Toronto
Joanne Cole, Pat Morden, Jennifer Little

Bronze

The University of Lethbridge Alumni Journal
University of Lethbridge
Alesha Farhus-Shukaliak

15. Best Print Ad or Ad Campaign

This award is given for advertising achievement and excellence in print (newspapers, magazines or outdoors). Submissions may be a single ad or series of ads promoting a specific event, program or other institutional initiatives such as recruitment, a grand opening, lecture series, or institutional image campaign. Ads must have appeared in the 2005 calendar year. Judges will consider design, creativity, stated goals and how well they were met. Audio-visual ads should be submitted in that category.

Submit finished works, unmounted tearsheets or a copy of the publication(s) in which your ad(s) appeared. Send four copies.

Gold

Take A Seat Campaign
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Marcia Bergman

Silver

Campagne publicitaire de recrutement
Université Laval
Marie-Josée Hébert, Paul Shay, Richard Fournier

Bronze

Ummm – Writers Wanted
Langara College
AD Mitchell, Communications & Marketing Department

16. Best Brochure

This category is for any special purpose multi-page publication wth saddle-stitched or bound pages. Examples include campaign brochures, recruitment viewbooks or residence guides. Judges will consider the purpose of each entry and its impact based on imaginative writing and design. They will also consider stated goals of each brochure and how well they were met. Please enter fundraising case statements in the case statement category. Submit four copies.

Gold

Life Is An Experience
University of New Brunswick Saint John
Kara Stonehouse, Wahkuna Lisik, Marianne McLeod, Caren Thomas, Cory Brown, Lisa Chouinard, Mark Hemmings, Dan Tanaka, David Emerson

Silver

A Portrait of Private Giving: McGill University 2004–05
McGill University
Susan Murley, Diana Grier Ayton, Mark Reynolds, Lori Yersh, Daniel McCabe, Garry Graham, Jennifer Robinson

Bronze

Research Facts
University of Guelph
Owen Roberts, Marianne Clark

17. Best Flyer

This category is for any special purpose flyer that consists of a single printed sheet folded in any manner, or circulated unfolded, that is designed to convey information in a brief, interesting and effective manner. Examples could include mailing inserts, flyers for notice boards or information "take-aways". Judges will consider the purpose of each entry and its impact based on imaginative writing and design. They will also consider stated goals of each flyer and how well they were met. Submit four copies.

Gold

5 Excellent Reasons to Choose Langara College
Langara College
Nancy Wickham

Silver

Epicurious?
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
Audrey Shone, Bonnie Kozak

Bronze

Help Queen’s Help You Flyer: Integrated Learning Company Engagement Initiative
Queen’s University
Richard Seres, Greg Black, George Sweetman

18. Best Poster

Entries will include single sheet posters produced for any purpose such as student recruitment, institutional identity, events or program advertisement and fundraising or alumni programs. Judges will evaluate entries on the most effective and appropriate use of graphics and text for the intended audience. Please include the goals of the poster and how they were met. Submit four copies.

Gold

Le meilleur choix pour ... GRANDIR
Université du Québec en Outaouais
Simon Lemieux, Denis Lapointe, Marc Pelletier

Silver

MacEwan’s 13th Writer in Residence
Grant MacEwan College
Aimée Hill, Paul Girgulis

Bronze

Academic Integrity Matters
University of Windsor
Jennifer Barone, Rob Aitkens

19. Best Newsletter

This category recognizes excellence in newsletters published for either internal or external audiences. A newsletter is defined as a multi-page periodical, usually, but not necessarily, 8.5 by 11 inches, printed on paper stock, comprising mainly short news and information articles. It should be published more than once a year and should contain a maximum of 12 pages per language. Judges will evaluate content, writing, design and photography. Include the goals of your newsletter and how they were met. Submit at least two issues, and send four copies of each issue.

Gold

Pamorama
Carleton University
Nancy Lewis, Scott Foster, Richard Bootsma, Amanda Costen

Silver

Eureka!
Carleton University
Nancy Lewis, Scott Foster, Richard Bootsma, Amanda Costen

Bronze

Faculty News
University of Alberta
Michael Robb, Penny Snell, Richard Siemens

20. Best Newspaper

Entries in this category must be published at least 10 times a year, on newsprint or equivalent stock, and contain a significant proportion of news stories and feature articles, including issues important to your campus community and higher education in general. May be intended for internal or external audiences. (In considering your periodical’s content and policies, you may wish to enter it in the Best Newsletter category instead.) Judges will evaluate content, writing and design. Please include the goals of your newspaper and how they are met. Submit three issues, which need not be consecutive, and send four copies of each.

Gold

The Bulletin
University of Toronto
Elaine Smith, Steven de Sousa, Ailsa Ferguson, Caz Zyvatkauskas, Mike Andrechuk, Pascal Paquette

Silver

Folio
University of Alberta
Richard Cairney, Caitlin Crawshaw, Geoff McMaster, Scott Lingley, Penny Snell

Bronze
Forum
Université de Montréal
Paule des Rivières, Daniel Baril, Dominique Nancy, Mathieu-Robert Sauvé, Claude Lacasse, Bernard Lambert, Brigitte Daversin, Bruno Paradis

21. Best Photograph

This award recognizes the best original photograph to appear in an institutional publication. Black-and-white or color photography may be entered. Judges will assess composition, technical quality, appropriateness and creativity. Photos must have been shot in 2004 or 2005 and published in 2005. Please include the goals of the photograph and how they were met. Submit four copies of each print and four copies of the publication in which it appeared.

Gold

Baxter: Treading in Deep Waters by Kevin Kavanaugh
University of Windsor
Jennifer Barone

Silver

Portrait of Lisa Steel and Kim Tomczak by Jim Panou
University of Toronto
Scott Anderson

Bronze

Portrait of Pier Giorgia di Cicco by Kevin Kelly
University of Toronto
Scott Anderson

WRITING

 

22. Best Writing/Article – English Language
This category recognizes excellence in reporting and writing for articles published in 2005. Articles may be on any topic but must have appeared in institutional magazines, newspapers, newsletters or other publications for internal or external audiences. This category includes feature stories, news, editorials or articles written to persuade or clarify complex issues. Judges will consider writing style, organization and clarity, the complexity of the subject, and the ability of the writer to present the material in a creative and compelling manner.

Submit four copies of tearsheets or the publication in which the article appeared. In the case of a series of stories, submit one story only. Other stories in the series cannot be entered.

Gold
Coming Home to What?
Queen’s University
Alec Ross, Ken Cuthbertson

Silver

Seeking the Divine
University of Toronto
Stacey Gibson, Scott Anderson

Bronze

Miracle at Sick Kids
University of Toronto
Krista Foss, Scott Anderson

23. Best Writing/Article – French Language

This category recognizes excellence in reporting and writing for articles published in 2005. Articles may be on any topic but must have appeared in institutional magazines, newspapers, newsletters or other publications for internal or external audiences. This category includes feature stories, news, editorials or articles written to persuade or clarify complex issues. Judges will consider writing style, organization and clarity, the complexity of the subject, and the ability of the writer to present the material in a creative and compelling manner.

Submit four copies of tearsheets or the publication in which the article appeared. In the case of a series of stories, submit one story only. Other stories in the series cannot be entered.

Gold

Y a de l’amour danis ’aire…et dans les genes
Université de Montréal
Daniel Baril

Silver

Le sentier lumineux
Université Laval
Jean Hamann

Bronze

Le droit à la colère
Université de Montréal
Mathieu-Robert Sauvé, Dominique Nancy

24. Best News Release – English

This category recognizes excellence in news release writing. Entries in this category will be judged on writing style, organization and clarity and the ability of the writer to present the material in a creative and compelling manner. Note: entries will be judged on the quality of the writing, goals and the results. Do not include press clippings or transcripts. In the statement of objectives, briefly summarize the response generated in the print and electronic media.

Submit a single news release or a series of up to three closely related releases as they were produced for distribution. Send four copies of each release

Gold

Woolly Mammoth genome comes to life
McMaster University
Jane Christmas

Silver

Gries Tunes into Insect Pest
Simon Fraser University
Carol Thorbes

Bronze

York U prof finds female birds cheat on spouses, too
York University
Richard Fisher, Melissa Hughes, Jeannine Flint

25. Best News Release – French

This category recognizes excellence in news release writing. Entries in this category will be judged on writing style, organization and clarity and the ability of the writer to present the material in a creative and compelling manner. Note: entries will be judged on the quality of the writing, goals and the results. Do not include press clippings or transcripts. In the statement of objectives, briefly summarize the response generated in the print and electronic media.

Submit a single news release or a series of up to three closely related releases as they were produced for distribution. Send four copies of each release

Gold

Grand prix humanitaire pour René Roy, professeur au Département de chimie
Université du Québec à Montréal
Claire Bouchard

Silver

Jacques Dussault quitte son poste d’entraîneur-che
Université de Montréal
Benoit Mongeon

PROGRAMS

 

26. Best Community Outreach Program
Expanded from the previous category for Corporate Partnership, this category now covers any program that involves your non-institutional (student, alumni and staff) community in the life and work of your instutution – enhancing the town-and-gown relationship.

Examples include local fundrasing drives, community literacy programs, student/community volunteer interactions. Judges will look for clear objectives, sound planning and execution and a visable positive increase in the relationship between your institution and the community within which it resides.

Gold

Philosophers’ Cafés
University of Alberta
Fatima Jaffer, Marcey Andrews, Jeff Sterr, Dr. Martin Tweedale, Dr. Adam Morton, Dr. Jagodzinski, Dr. Patricia McCormack, Dr. Theresa Garvin, Dr. Don Carmichael, Dr. Tom Keating, Dr. Jonathan Hart and Dr. Ehud Ben Zvi

Silver

Paint & Suffering
University of Western Ontario, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry
Catherine Blake, Kris Dundas, Alison Liversage

Bronze

Les diplômés retraités remettent 642 cadeaux aux étudiants étrangers
Laval University
Robert Tremblay, Diane Blouin

27. Best Donor or Volunteer Recognition Program

This category reflects the important role that donors and other volunteers play in the success of Advancement initiatives. How we recognize these members of our community can help foster their future involvement. Donor or volunteer recognition might occur as a result of a fundraising campaign, event, community outreach programs, long-time service or special achievement. Judges will look for clear recognition criteria, innovative ideas, effective planning and execution.

Along with your statement of objectives and results, include a description of the planning and delivery of recognition, any support materials, and the goals of recognition and how they were met. Submit four copies.

Gold

HSBC Thanks A Million Event
York University Foundation
Allison Berg, Paul Marcus, York University Media Relations

Silver

Lakehead University Honors 40 Northern Lights
Lakehead University
Frances Harding, Eleanor S. Abaya, Marla Tomlinson, Tovve Tronslien, Peter Puna, Bryce Stuart

Bronze

In Celebration of the Grand Opening of Petro Canada Hall
Memorial University of Newfoundland
Victoria Collins, Michelle Snow, Jennifer O’Neill, Michael Picard, Helen Houston, Tom Gordon, Ivan Muzychka

28. Best Special Event

Included in this category are individual events such as open houses, convocations, building dedications and fundraising galas aimed at various constituencies. Judges will look for good planning, creativity and successful implementation. Individual alumni events should be entered in the relevant category.

Submit a statement of objectives and results. Include the intended audience, a description of the planning process and the event itself, as well as the goals of your event and how they were met. Include any printed material designed for the event such as invitations, programs and brochures, along with any media coverage (internal or external) of the event. Send four copies of all materials.

Gold
Dîner en l’honneur du père Roger Guindon
Université d’Ottawa
Caroline Tremblay, Julie Cafley, Dominique Villeneuve, Laura Roston

Silver

Forging our Futures Launch
University of New Brunswick
John Suart

Bronze

Prix d’excellence pour le leadership au Canada
Université d’Ottawa
Laura Roston, David Mitchell

29. Best New Idea: Creativity on a Shoestring

A perennial favorite, this category recognizes innovative solutions or new and imaginative ideas that are low cost and make the work of professionals in alumni, development, public affairs or student recruitment offices easier or more effective.
Include evidence of implementation, objectives and results achieved. Fully disclose all related costs, both internal and external, and indicate any savings achieved. Submit four copies of all materials.

Gold

Are you…?
Langara College
AD Mitchell

Silver

Window Stickers
University of New Brunswick
John Suart

Bronze

Flickr
University of Western Ontario
Robin Sutherland, Terry Rice

30. Best Program: Independent School or Small Shop
Does your Advancement office operate with four people or less? Do you feel like you always work on a shoestring? Don’t know where to put all the hats your staff wear? Enter your most effective program without competing against large offices. Programs from small shops in Public Affairs and Commmunications, Development, Alumni Relations or Recruitment are eligible for this category. Entries will be judged against each other.

Gold

The Newly-Ehanced Young Alumnae Program
Branksome Hall
Tanya Pimenoff