Awards

Penny Crane Award

The ACM SIGUCCS Penny Crane Award for Distinguished Service is a high-level award to recognize significant, multiple contributions from individuals over an extended period of time.

Hall of Fame

The ACM SIGUCCS Hall of Fame Award is an ongoing, web-based recognition of the many individuals who have contributed their time and energies to one or more things that have materially benefited SIGUCCS members in some way.

Communication Awards

Each year ACM SIGUCCS sponsors a competition to honor the best publications, websites and promotional material produced by university and college centers. ACM Communication Awards lists past winners and instructions for those interested in participating.

The competition recognizes excellence in developing useful and attractive publications in a variety of media categories and provides SIGUCCS conference participants with an opportunity to review publications that may help them develop or enhance their own work. The winning entries will be displayed during the conference for perusal by the conference participants.

Your entry must be developed by staff affiliated with your college or university. Institutions may enter up to three entries in each category. An institution may not enter a category judged by one of its staff or faculty members.

Note: The “Best of Category” winners in each category will be asked to judge the Communication Awards next year.

2017 Award Winners

Category 1 – Computing Services Public/Mobile Website
Best of category

New York University
NYU Information Technology
Brenda Perez, Kate Monahan, Jayson Miller, Keith Allison, Bridgette Austin, Jen Sloan

Category 2 – Computing Newsletter (Print or Electronic)
Best of category

Southeast MO State University
Tech Talk Quarterly
Martha Henckell, Michelle Lee, Alexis Whitworth, Aaron Alter, Todd Williams, Floyd Davenport, Paul Belvin, Joe Marks, Jacob Hill, Robert Hendrix, guest faculty

Awards of Excellence

New York University
Connect: Information Technology at NYU
Keith Allison, Brenda Perez, Kate Monahan, Jayson Miller, Bridgette Austin, Jen Sloan

Category 3a – Printed How-to Guides
Best of category

Texas A&M University
Welcome Home Brochure
Lacey Baze, Karlie Gaenzle, Meghan Kincade, Maddy Richey, Julie Rogers

Category 3b – Electronic How-to Guides
Best of category

Indiana University
UITS IT Training – Creating Research Posters Online Course
Beth Nolen, Greg Hanek, Peter Ermey

Category 4a – Instructional Classroom Materials
Best of category

Indiana University
UITS IT Training – Page Design and Layout Basics
Carol Rhodes, Beth Nolen, Denise Brown

Category 4b – Quick Reference Guides
Best of category

Mercer University
AV Quick Reference Guide
April M. Mills, Steve B. Ford, Denise Rogers

Category 5a – General Service Promotional Materials
Best of category

Texas A&M University
The State of Security Report 2016
Lacey Baze, Allison Oslund, Hailey Yamada

Category 5b – General Service Campaign Materials
Best of category

Virginia Commonwealth University
Two is Better than One
Bridget Guckin, Genaldri Tjahjadi, Gary Garbett

Category 6a –Short Promotional Video
Best of category

Texas A&M University
Aggies Map 100 Miles of Campus Fiber Video
Lacey Baze, Julie Rogers, Hailey Yamada

Category 6b – Long Promotional Video
Best of category

Indiana University
UITS IT Training
Security First Video Series: Use of Administrative Accounts
Alan Walsh, Robert De Roeck, Chris Payne, Andy Korty, Eric Cosens,Keith Danielson, Don Lorentz, Andrew Behringer, Jessica Samuel

Category 7 –Use of Social Media
Best of category

New York University
New York University Information Technology Facebook page and Twitter account
Keith Allison, Bridgette Austin, Jayson Miller, Kate Monahan, Brenda Perez, Jen Sloan

Category 8 – Student-created Materials
Best of category

Texas A&M University
Computer Lab Poster Campaign
Lacey Baze, Jonathan Lee Gonzales, Bobby Bernshausen, Meghan Kincade, Karlie Gaenzle, Madeline Richey, Morgan Hampton

 

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