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2003-22 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 29, 2003

UCAR Communications, Design Staff Win Publications Awards


David Hosansky
UCAR Communications
Telephone: (303) 497-8611
E-mail: hosansky@ucar.edu

BOULDER—Communications and design staff at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) have received four international awards from the Society for Technical Communication. The awards are part of the Society’s annual technical communication competition that features the year’s best examples of the art and science of technical communication.

UCAR photographer Carlye Calvin, along with Elizabeth Johnston and Marissa Price of Lizzardbrand graphic design in Longmont, received a first place award in the annual reports design category for UCAR Highlights 2002. Judges described UCAR Highlights 2002 as a model document that holds the reader’s attention with visual devices, accessible information, and outstanding photos.

The other three awards, all third place, were given in the newsletter category to editor Bob Henson and other staff who worked on UCAR Quarterly, in the overall annual reports category to staff who worked on UCAR Highlights 2002, and in the informational materials category to staff who worked on NCAR as an Integrator.The Society for Technical Communication is a professional organization for technical writers, editors, illustrators, managers, and educators. It is the largest professional organization in the field.

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