BU Garners 16 CASE Awards

BU Today

July 3, 2018

Earns more honors for creative work than any other school worldwide

Boston University won a record 16 of this year’s CASE Circle of Excellence Awards, an international competition that honors outstanding work in advancement services, alumni relations, communications, fundraising, and marketing. For the fifth year in a row, the University took more honors than any other college or university belonging to the international organization.

The 2018 awards were announced earlier this month by CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education), one of the world’s largest professional associations for educational institutions.

Stephen Burgay, BU senior vice president for external affairs, says the extraordinary number of awards reflects the professionalism of the University’s staff and is indicative of a vibrant campus, where “faculty, staff, and students have award-winning stories to tell.

“Bringing these stories to life in interesting and compelling ways helps to define our community,” says Burgay. “It puts a human face on it, and it demonstrates the impact BU has in the city and the world at large.”

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