We’re pleased to announce that this year, the Review snagged four awards from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication to add to the magazine’s collection.
Judges recognized the Spring 2015 issue, doling out a first-place award for Single Issue of an Ongoing Magazine (Editorial). This is the ninth time the Review has received the top prize in the category.
Online editor Amanda Panacci earned first place in the “Specialized Business Press Article” category for her story, “Silenced Spring,” exploring environmental journalists’ use of crowdfunding.
Senior online editor Alanna Kelly also picked up a third-place award for her piece on sports columnists, “Prize Fighters,” in the “People” category.
Lastly, head of research Aimee O’Connor was recognized with an honourable mention in the “Features” category for her story, “Where the Wild Things Are.” The piece provides an in-depth look at how well Canadian journalists are covering animal issues.
The masthead extends a huge thank you to all of the editors and instructors who helped put the magazine together.
Check out a full list of the Review’s awards and citations here.