The fall issue of Mendoza Business, the alumni magazine of the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, says hello to Generation Z. The cover story, “The Up & Comers,” profiles business school students who take the innovations of the internet revolution for granted.
Other features include: new research that finds generic medications are more frequently recalled than their brand-name counterparts; how culture change could help hospitals protect information-rich digital health records; and closing the income inequality gap in business.
The annual Dean’s report was also included in the mailing of this issue. The report was framed around the “three Cs” of business: contribute, cooperate, and compete, with custom illustrations throughout by Scott Roberts.
The winter 2019 issue of Leap Magazine for Johns Hopkins Medicine Division of Rheumatology features groundbreaking medical images that capture unique proteins doing unusually bad things. Other stories include faculty at the forefront of medical informatics and a photo essay on the department’s newest scholars. Illustration by Dan Page. Photography by Howard Korn.
In our continued campaign work for WGBH, in collaboration with Robert Gray Writing and Editing, we recently produced a gate-fold brochure for WGBH’s Media Library and Archives. The MLA works to preserve one of the world’s richest archives of film, video and audio recordings dating to 1946 and covering many of the most culturally and historically important events of our time.
The Winter 2018 issue of York College Magazine features student artist and fellow, Lexus Gore, whose work explores community issues. Other stories include recent faculty research on viral outbreaks and York’s Hidden Figures, a yearlong series of events celebrating the city’s history of communities of color and underserved populations. Photography by Justin Tsucalas.
The University of Baltimore recently underwent a comprehensive rebranding and we were asked to redesign their alumni magazine to compliment the new look. The big “B” is the cornerstone of the University’s visual identity, helping to establish a strong, recognizable brand.
The Fall 2018 issue of Johns Hopkins Carey Business considers how we handle (or mishandle) time management. Other stories include Carey alumni that are also U.S. military veterans and the disruption of labor due to the rise of artificial intelligence. Illustrations by Harry Campbell.
The holiday 2018 issue of Johns Hopkins Medicine Breakthrough magazine features a story on expanding the number of “genius grants” that are awarded each year to Johns Hopkins’ most promising faculty members. Other stories include efforts to reduce opioid addiction and ensure a long and healthy life.
See the full issue on the CIM website.
If you’ve ever wondered how alumni magazines are put together, join us tonight at Towson University to learn all the insider tips on designing these publications! 6:30pm, Center for the Arts, Lecture Hall 2032.
Presented by Towson University and SHAG