CASE Editors Forum | Speaking Engagement
Abby Lattes, Mary Beth Regan, and Greg Bennett were invited to speak about the redesign process behind JHU Engineering at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Editors Forum. The goal of the presentation was to provide attendees with the tools, strategies, and cautionary tales to keep a redesign project from riding off the rails.
ABOUT JHU ENGINEERING
With a circulation of 45,000, JHU Engineering showcases the leadership and global impact of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School faculty, students and alumni as they innovate to solve challenging societal problems. The editorial team does this by sharing stories about their educational activities, groundbreaking research, translational work, and accomplishments.
Cut Once supports the ongoing editorial design and art direction needs for JHU Engineering. This includes strategic planning, department and feature story ideation, art budget negotiation and management, illustration and photography development, technical design layout, printing/production management, online asset preparation, and vendor sourcing and management.
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ABOUT THE EDITORS FORUM
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or brand new to the field, the Editors Forum is your best resource for gaining both the practical tools and the creative inspiration to thrive in your job. Beyond the general and elective sessions, there’ll be plenty of opportunities to talk informally with fellow editors—to compare notes, swap stories and pick up new ideas. The Magazine Exchange, breakfast roundtables and the evening “Dine-Arounds” are always popular parts of the conference. You’ll come away feeling invigorated and inspired, with a wealth of new ideas and new friends.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) is a professional association serving educational institutions and the advancement professionals who work on their behalf in alumni relations, development, communications, marketing and allied areas. CASE helps its members build stronger relationships with their alumni and donors, raise funds for campus projects, produce recruitment materials, market their institutions to prospective students, diversify the profession, and foster public support of education.
For further information about CASE, please visit: case.org