Posted by William Nunnelley on 2005-04-21
Samford University's communications office recently won four awards in the annual DeRose-Hinkhouse Awards competition sponsored by the Religion Communicators Council.
Samford received awards of merit for Seasons, the University's news magazine; a direct mail campaign brochure designed by Scott Camp, senior graphic designer, and Sheri Hamiter, annual giving officer; the 2004-05 admissions viewbook, designed by Camp and written by Sean Flynt, electronic news editor; and a new logo for WVSU-FM, designed by Carlie Stamper, graphic designer.
RCC is an international, ecumenical organization of more than 750 communications professionals.
Additionally, Mary Wimberley, news and feature writer, recently won a writing award from the Alabama Media Professionals organization for a story on the University's Global Center.
AMP is the state affiliate of the National Federation of Press Women.