University Publishing recognized for printing excellence
PULLMAN, Wash. - The Washington State University Office of University Publishing has received three awards for printing excellence in the recent In-Print 2012 national competition sponsored by In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) and In-Plant Graphics.
IPMA is a national organization for in-house publishing professionals with members from public and private universities as well as Fortune 500 companies. The awards for printing excellence were based on close examination of printed pieces by expert judges. More than 450 entries were submitted and the judges picked 79 winners.
University Publishing won silver awards for the "Gallup Collection” mailer from WSU's Holland/Terrell Libraries and "Play” newsletter from University Recreation, and a bronze award for the "Presidential Invitation” package from the President's Office.
"The university's print production staff consistently produces excellent quality materials,” said Mary Read, director of University Publishing. "It is gratifying to see their attention to quality recognized on the national level.”
"These prestigious awards are reflection of the skill level and dedication of our production team,” said Steven Rigby, director of printing. "I am pleased that Washington State University continues to be recognized by our industry peers as a leader in quality and innovation.”