CBU Publications Honored In National Competition
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (April 20, 2015)—California Baptist University's university publications won several top awards April 17 during the Baptist Communicators Association (BCA) awards ceremony.
Pursuit Magazine won first place in the total package division (which included design and content), second place for its design and second place for a magazine cover. The Banner newspaper won first place for a single photograph, CBU Remembers 9/11; second place for front page design; and third place for the newspaper's overall design. Both publications, which are produced by CBU students, competed against professional publications by national Baptist entities.
CBU also won a first place award for Marketing & Communication's overall public relations campaign under $25,000 for Dr. Ronald L. Ellis' 20th Anniversary Celebration; a second place award for the Ellis Tribute video; and second place for University Advancement's Christmas Card.
BCA's annual Wilmer C. Fields Awards Competition is designed to encourage professional excellence among association members and to honor members who have done exemplary work. The competition is named in honor of Wilmer C. Fields, retired vice president of public relations for the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee.