Staying current in the field of public health – including positioning the college as a preeminent leader in the field – is a top priority for Oregon State’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
In order fulfill this mission and recruit top-notch faculty and students, the college has undergone several changes over the years, including updating its name from the College of Health and Human Sciences to the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.
With the purpose of effectively marketing the college, CPHHS Director of Communications and Alumni Relations Kathryn Stroppel has been hard at work rebranding the college – including creating an entirely new print suite.
Her work hasn’t gone unnoticed.
The college’s new degree and center brochures, written by Kathryn and designed by Mary Susan Weldon, have won a silver award in the “Design Improvement (Print or Identity)” category at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VIII Communication Awards competition.
In 2013, Kathryn and CPHHS Web Coordinator Alan Calvert received a gold award in the “Websites/Web Magazine (Periodical or Continual) category for Synergies online magazine, and CPHHS Multimedia and Communications Specialist Heather Turner received a bronze award in the “Video & Multimedia/Student Recruitment Videos” category for the video titled “MPH student helps improve women’s health in Uganda.” In 2012, the CPHHS received a Silver award in the “Best Overall Website” category for the college’s website.
Kathryn will accept the award February 13, 2014, at the CASE District VIII Conference in Vancouver, Canada.