The Council for the Advancement and Support of Education presented six awards last week to the University of Notre Dame at the organization’s annual assembly in San Francisco.p. Notre Dame received two Seal of Excellence Awards in philanthropy for the development office’s endowed chair recognition program and for “Generations,” the University’s recently completed capital campaign which raised $1.1 billion. Notre Dame was the only university in the nation to receive two awards for its fund-raising programs.p. Notre Dame Magazine, the University’s quarterly alumni publication, earned the only gold medal from among 54 entries in the special issues category for its summer 2000 issue titled “The Creative Life.” The magazine also won a silver medal for visual design in print for the work by art director Don Nelson on an essay in the autumn 2000 issue about family farming.p. The University won two other silver medals, one for a video highlighting Notre Dame’s commitment to assisting the poor around the world, and another for the design of a logo for the Irish Angels, a network of alumni and friends in the Mendoza College of Business who are experienced in entrepreneurial endeavors and interested in supporting new venture development. The video project was produced by Heather Gollatz, assistant director of photographic and television productions, and the logo was created by Tim Legge, a graphic designer in University Communication Design.p. CASE is the largest international association of education institutions, serving more than 3,200 universities, colleges, schools, and related organizations in 45 countries. It is the leading resource for professional development, information and standards in the fields of education fund raising, communications and alumni relations.