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Trine employees win
ANGOLA, Ind. – Two Trine University Department of Brand and Integrated Marketing employees received international awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) this week.
Julie Hoy, creative media specialist, received the Gold Excellence in Design award for an invitation she created for an admissions event. Dean Orewiler, creative digital multimedia specialist, received the Bronze Photographer of the Year award.
“Julie and Dean’s accomplishments speak volumes about the quality of work our team produces,” said Jill Boggs, director of the department of brand and integrated marketing at Trine University. “They are both an integral part of our marketing successes and do a fantastic job at portraying Trine’s many attributes in a highly creative manner.”
Hoy brought 15 years of publication and marketing skills from Ball State University when she came to Trine in 2007. She is responsible for creating original artistic concepts and graphic elements for university communications and marketing. In addition to her creative line of work, she also monitors production schedules and performs routine reviews. Prior to her work in higher education, she served as art director at Graphic Menus in Eaton, Ind.
This new award will be added to her collection of seven Addy awards she earned from the Advertising Federation of East Central Indiana, as well as multiple design awards from various national restaurant associations and clipper services.
She earned a bachelor of fine arts in visual communications at Ball State.
Orewiler has worked at Trine since 2009 and has a background in commercial art and photojournalism. He earned a photojournalism degree from Ball State University.
He worked as a photojournalist for over 25 years and won several awards from the Hoosier State Press Association and a second-place award from the Associated Press Managing Editors Photography contest. In addition, he received an honorable mention from the USA Today "Make A Difference" Photography Contest. This year, Trine University president Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., presented Orewiler with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Service.
His work in still and video photography has been seen on national television shows such as “The Montel Williams Show,” NBC Universal pilots and Animal Planet.
To share your news, contact Trine University communication specialist Lindsay Winslow Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.