Campbell Advancement earns seven awards at CASE III conference in Atlanta


ATLANTA — Campbell University’s Advancement team earned seven awards at the annual CASE District III Conference in Atlanta this week. The University’s flagship publication, Campbell Magazine, earned four awards overall, while the Campbell Leads campaign earned three awards in various fundraising categories. 

Campbell Magazine earned two Grand Awards — the highest honor in each category — for writing. The Winter 2018 cover story on first-generation college students — Gen1 | The Struggles (and Triumphs) of a First-Generation College Student — won top honors for feature writing. The story was written by Editor and Director of News & Publications Billy Liggett. Liggett, Kate Stoneburner and Elizabeth Edwards also earned a Grand Award for Publications Writing for their work in the Spring 2018 cover feature, The Power of Rural, about Campbell University’s work in making rural areas a better place to live throughout the state and region. 

Campbell Magazine also earned an Award of Excellence as the best overall university magazine in its enrollment division. Director of Visual Identity Jonathan Bronsink’s design work in the Power of Rural feature earned an Award of Excellence for Editorial Design. 


Jonathan Bronsink