PS&L’s CUPPIE Awards Span Media Spectrum

It’s award season and it’s good to be a winner.

First things first: we share this joy and honor with our valued clients—truly teamwork in action.

These awards are primarily given for the visual acuity of design, affirming that PS&L creates exciting visuals. From my perspective, however, what is additionally important is the categories for which we won these awards. We prevailed in producing visually-engaging work that uplifted brands, created unique brand experiences, and addressed a wide variety of prospect audiences, including parents. Overall, we moved the recruitment needle in the right direction for our clients.

PS&L has a dedicated creative staff and we deserve to enjoy these well-earned industry accolades from our peers. Our winning selections spanned the media spectrum from the physical campus—to print—to broadcast television. Kudos, team!


Print – Postcard Agency-Produced for University of North Carolina School of Arts


Print – Postcard Agency-Produced for Spelman College Recruitment Postcards


Advertising – TV Agency-Produced for US Coast Guard Academy TV Spot-ESPN


Print – Poster for University of North Carolina School of Arts


Print – Brochure Agency-Produced for University of North Carolina School of the Arts Dance Brochure


Print – Viewbook Agency-Produced for Pennsylvania College of Art and Design


Wild Card for US Coast Guard Academy Lamp Post Banner Series 



CUPRAP is a voluntary organization of communications professionals from colleges, universities and independent schools dedicated to advancing the understanding of higher education and enhancing the professional development of its members.

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Robert Oxman,

Bob is the Creative Services Team Leader with more than 18 years experience of delivering creative solutions in higher education marketing. Works mostly in print publications, video production, and advertising (print, radio, and broadcast). Most people call him Bob, but he responds to other terms of endearment.