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Furman University honored with CASE award

CASE District III has honored Furman University Communications with a silver award in the category of Institutional Relations: President’s Reports and Annual Reports, in recognition of the office’s work to support the university’s initiatives.

The 2019 President’s Report, “Reflecting on Our Calling,” provides a detailed look into the university’s admissions, athletics, diversity and inclusion efforts, community impact, development, and its signature approach to education, The Furman Advantage.

The 2019 President’s Report was also recognized in June, earning a gold in the national CASE Circle of Excellence Awards. The report was possible with the help of offices and departments across the university who shared their progress, data, stories and initiatives with University Communications, in addition to offering invaluable feedback throughout the course of the project.

CASE District III advances and supports educational and professional institutions in the southeastern United States by enhancing the effectiveness of the alumni relations, fundraising, communications, marketing and other advancement professionals who serve them. It is part of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.

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