School Of Pharmacy Wins Gold dotCOMM Award
The School of Pharmacy website video on STARS Asthma Camp was awarded a Gold dotCOMM Award in the Health Care category. The international awards competition honors excellence in web creativity and digital communication.
The video features Duquesne University School of Pharmacy students and faculty at Clairton Elementary School at the 2016 STARS Asthma Camp, teaching students about healthy living in cooperation with Duquesne University Athletics and other local healthcare organizations.
"I was extremely happy to learn that our video was recognized by DotComm Awards. To be recognized by industry professionals for our efforts tells us that all that hard work is paying off. It is an honor," said Debra DiBiasi, director of communications.
dotCOMM Awards entries come from corporate communication departments, public relations firms, digital shops, advertising agencies and freelancers. Entrants include designers, developers, content producers, digital artists, video professionals, account supervisors, creative directors and corporate executives.
The School of Pharmacy's winning video can be viewed on YouTube.
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