Big congratulations to The University of Arkansas Hope-Texarkana College Relations Department. They won big time at the 9th Annual Education Digital Marketing Awards competition that was recently held in Atlanta, Georgia. 

They won four digital marketing awards. According to a press release, the Education Digital Marketing Awards (EDMA) recognizes the best educational websites, digital content, electronic communications, mobile media, and social media among educational institutions across the country.


There were over one thousand entries from nationwide from colleges, universities and secondary schools.

Judges for the EDMA awards consist of a national panel of education marketers, advertising creative directors, marketing and advertising professionals.

The Team

Here at the University of Arkansas at Hope Texarkana, the team was made up of Casey Curtis, Communications Coordinator, and Caley Pennington, Graphic and Web Design Coordinator. They took home 2 Golds, a Silver and a Bronze.

Here's What Won

The Golds were for the ‘Program Highlight Video Series Social Media Content Campaign’ and for ‘Chancellor Search Microsite.’

The Silver they won was for the ‘James Black School of Bladesmithing and Historic Trades Video’ and a Bronze for ‘Secondary Career & Technical Center Video.’

Casey Curtis, Communications Coordinator, said in a press release;

“We are appreciative of the eight awards we’ve won this year. Our office has a great team that works well together. Part of the reason we earn these awards is that we have a great product to market. The programs UAHT offers are of great value and help better students’ lives. The whole campus deserves credit for these awards because we are simply promoting the hard work they do every day to make these opportunities possible for our service area.”

Once again, a big congratulations!!

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