Distraction magazine and its website, distractionmagazine.com, have both been announced as Pacemaker finalists.
Presented annually by the Associated Collegiate Press, the Pacemaker awards recognize collegiate publications for their content, design, photography, and graphics.
The stakes were high in both categories; the judges narrowed down 96 magazines to 22 finalists, and 137 online entries to 30 finalists.
The Interactive Canes Team, composed of students from the Interactive Media M.F.A. program at the University of Miami School of Communication, won first place in the AeroTech-Concursive Sea Level Rise Challenge.
University of Miami’s student-run newspaper, The Miami Hurricane, was recognized with 10 Society of Professional Journalists Florida Sunshine State Awards, including nine first place awards, on July 9 during the 22nd annual competition at the Firefighters Memorial Building in Miami.
University of Miami School of Communication announces Professor Ana François as this academic year’s recipient of the Robert and Christine Staub Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Achievement in Effective Teaching. François was recognized at the school’s annual end-of-year celebration and award show.