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Creative Services News

Creative Services provides graphic design, photo, and video support for all university-level initiatives and academic units. The department also oversees the Portfolio photography archive and handles all brand governance including brand oversight, creation and approval of new brand assets, and maintenance and communication of guidelines, resources, and core identity materials.

Current Creative Services News

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People | February 12, 2018

Drawn to UNLV by the chance to build something from scratch, this video designer looks forward to finding creative ways to showcase the university's people, programs, and achievements.

Recent Creative Services Accomplishments

February 6, 2018
Innovation (Research & Economic Development), the university's research magazine, recently received a Bronze Award of Excellence from District VII of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). CASE Awards of Excellence showcase best practices in alumni relations, fundraising, public/government relations, advancement services...
February 6, 2018
The Division of Integrated Marketing & Branding and the Office of Admissions recently were awarded a Bronze Award of Excellence by CASE District VII for the new 2018 Admissions Viewbook. The viewbook is the flagship printed piece for the new admissions campaign built around UNLV's Different. Daring. Diverse. brand messaging, and incorporates...
March 8, 2016
Carrie Ahlborn, Kerry Sallee, and Alexandra Liebman (Foundation) were lead creators of "Flexible. Personal. Vital.," a campaign for the UNLV annual fund, which was named a 2016 CASE VII Award of Excellence bronze winner in the category "Best Practices in Fundraising: Campaigns." The annual awards competition is presented by District VII of the...
March 1, 2016
Catherine Bacos and Vaneh Darakjian (Law School) are editor and associate editor, respectively, of UNLV Law magazine, which has been selected as a 2016 Award of Excellence bronze winner in the category of “Annual Magazines” by District VII of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). More than 500 entries were received and...