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Horizons Receives First Place in Sunshine State Awards

horizons-spring2017NSU Horizons magazine took first place on July 22 in the Trade/Specialty category in the 23rd annual Sunshine State Awards, the statewide journalism competition that recognizes Florida’s best work sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), South Florida Pro Chapter. The award was for Horizons’ two issues published during 2016.

This marks the fourth time NSU’s Horizons magazine has won the Sunshine State Awards.

Previously, Horizons’ two issues of 2010 won first place in the trade/special interest publication category during the 2011 Sunshine State Awards. Those same two Horizons issues also won two 2011 Communicator Awards given by the International Academy of the Visual Arts. The 2010 issues also were honored with the Pewter Award in the Gold Ink Awards.

NSU Horizons magazine’s two issues published in 2015 received second place in the 2016 Sunshine State Awards. Horizons’ two issues of 2012 received second place in the 2013 Sunshine State Awards.

Horizons is under the direction of NSU’s  Office of Public Relations and Marketing Communications and is designed by NSU’s Office of Publications. Published twice annually, Horizons is distributed to more than 168,000 alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of the university.