Virginia B. Ball Center banner image

Awards and Recognitions

Virginia Ball Center seminars have produced a wide range of creative projects and have won many prestigious awards and recognitions. The following represents a partial list of such achievements:

VBC News Archives

  Increasing the Odds and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:
seminar's documentary film "Increasing the Odds" wins an Emmy for Photography

State of Assault and the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences:
seminar's documentary film "State of Assault" takes home an Emmy Award for Editing

State of Assault Posters   State of Assault and Posters on the Hill:
students selected to present their research at national exhibition of undergraduate research sponsored by the Council on Undergraduate Research in Washington, D.C.

Expectations Expectation of Excellence and the 2008 Harvest Moon Festival:
seminar's documentary film "Mintonette" scores award for Best Student Film at the 2008 Harvest Moon Film Festival

Nature at PlayNature at Play and the American Society of Landscape Architects:
seminar's video game elicits national collaboration award from the American Society of Landscape Architects

Human Faustus ProjectHuman Faustus Project and University Theatre:
seminar performs its revision of the Elizabethan drama at the annual meeting of the Council on Undergraduate Research in Washington, D.C., and then heads to the University Theatre's 2007-2008 season lineup

Consuming a NationConsuming a Nation and the Society of Professional Journalists:
3 awards for seminar's radio series documenting the impact of globalization on tourism in Ireland

 

 Traces and Trails and the American Association for State and Local History:
the "Intersections: Traces and Trails of Wayne County" museum exhibit project receives national recognition and wins Certificate of Commendation

 Other Side of Middletown The Other Side of Middletown and the Margaret Meade:
Lassiter's seminar project garners the Margaret Meade award from The Society for Applied Anthropology and the American Anthropological Association