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Clarkson University Center For Advanced Materials Processing Newsletter Is Apex Award Winner For Second Straight Year
For the second consecutive year, the Clarkson University Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) Annual Report Newsletter was a winner at the APEX Awards, recently receiving an award for excellence in the 1997 competition. The contest was sponsored by Communications Concepts, a Springfield, Va.-based communications firm.
As editor and technical writer for Clarkson's Center for Advanced Materials Processing, I am very happy to receive the APEX Award of Excellence for the second time, said CAMP Editor and Technical Writer Dana Barry. "The awards program recognizes excellence in publications work by professional communicators. Our winning entry, a Clarkson publication, is the CAMP Annual Report Newsletter (1995-1996). This is truly an honor for the University."
Barry is a Certified Professional Chemist (CPC) whose writings have been featured in international journals as well as several science books for children, which she has authored.
There were more than 4,200 entries in APEX '97, all judged on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and success in achieving overall communications effectiveness and excellence. Out of that number, judges John De Lellis, concepts editor; Bill Londino, consulting editor of Writing That Works; and Paul Fisher, concepts senior editor and a former professor with the University of Missouri School of Journalism, selected the award winners.