College wins video award for “Staying Human”

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences communications team, led by director Kristen Browning-Blas, recently won a Bronze Telly Award for its Staying Human video series in the category of Social Video: Social Impact.

The Telly Awards, established in 1979, honor the best work in television and video. Telly Awards winners of past years include ESPN, HBO, HuffPost, The History Channel, Time Warner, and more.

Staying Human evolved out of a conversation about looking for meaning while working remotely, juggling work and home life, and staying in touch with ourselves and others during the COVID-19 pandemic. The video series features two members of the CVMBS community: Bevin Luna, an Industrial Hygienist with the OSHA Consultation Program in the Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences Department; and Dr. Steven Withrow, a veterinarian and professor of surgical oncology.

Chase Baker: Producer | Editor | Videographer

Past Recognition

Prior to this year’s Bronze Award, the college communications team won Telly Awards for: a feature on CSU veterinary student Bernard Dime, a Veterinary Teaching Hospital visit from the world’s oldest penguin, Guero the lion, and a bison birth.

Other CSU Winners

This year, CSU also received Telly Awards in four other categories:

College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences
Veterinary Teaching Hospital