notabene2014Notabene 2014, the Walker School’s annual magazine, has received silver-level recognition from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The 2014 edition of Notabene is entitled, “Finding Our Arch,” and the stories in this edition highlight the accomplishments of Walker School students, faculty and alumni from around the world. View the 2014 edition of Notabene.

“Finding Our Arch” was among 442 entries submitted for consideration in CASE District VI’s Institutional Awards Program. This awards program showcases best practices in alumni relations, fundraising, public/government relations, advancement services, special events and outstanding communications. CASE District VI represents professionals and institutions in the Midwest region, including: Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. Experts from all disciplines throughout the district judge the entries.

Gina Tarte, director of communications for the Walker School, wrote and edited the publication, Michael Kilfoy, owner of StudioX, designed the publication, and Rebecca Barr, owner of TuSquare Studio, provided the photography.

CASE District VI will recognize the Walker School’s annual magazine on January 12 at the Higher Expectations Conference in Denver, Colorado. Learn more about CASE District VI.

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