Bunker Hill Community College Magazine Wins Two Gold Communications Awards
Monday, November 28, 2011
Bunker Hill Community College received two top awards from District One of the National Council for Marketing and Publications (NCMPR) at the organization’s conference in Baltimore, November 13 to 15, BHCC President Mary L. Fifield announced today. NCMPR sets the standards for professionals working in the areas of communications, marketing, fundraising and alumni relations at two-year colleges nationwide.
Both awards went to the College’s magazine. BHCC Magazine earned a Gold Award for overall excellence in a stiff competition in which the judges also gave out two silver and two bronze prizes. The College magazine also took the top prize – another Gold Award – in the Original Photography category for an imaginative photo celebrating a culinary arts’ professor’s award-winning thesis on food in the works of Shakespeare.
“Bunker Hill Community College is fortunate to have a highly creative team of writers, photographers and designers who fully understand the challenges of higher education and who consistently find exciting ways to tell the world about our amazing college,” said Patricia Brady, editor of the magazine.
BHCC Magazine was launched five years ago and has garnered national and regional awards from NCMPR, as well as from organizations such as the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and the University & College Designers Association (UCDA), in which it competes with four-year institutions.
Karen M. Norton, Executive Director of Integrated Marketing and Communications
Bunker Hill Community College, Boston, MA 02129
Phone: (617) 228-2177; Email: email@example.com
Bunker Hill Community College is the largest community college in Massachusetts, enrolling approximately 19,000 students annually. BHCC has two campuses in Charlestown and Chelsea, three satellite locations and a number of instructional centers throughout the Greater Boston area. BHCC is one of the most diverse institutions of higher education in Massachusetts. Sixty-five percent of the students are people of color and more than half of BHCC's students are women. The College also enrolls nearly 1,000 international students who come from 100 countries and speak more than 75 languages.