The Evangelical Press Association recently held its 2017 awards competition, and Fuller walked away with recognition in multiple categories. The seminary was awarded first place in the category of “Website Design” for FULLER studio, and second place in “Single-Theme Section or Issue” for FULLER magazine's sixth issue on the theme of “Restore.” Fuller also won an Award of Excellence in the Higher Education category, and an Award of Excellence for FULLER studio in the Higher Education (Digital) category.
FULLER studio was launched one year ago, in April 2016, with the release of the exclusive film Bono and Eugene Peterson: THE PSALMS. Since its inception, FULLER studio and Fuller.edu have amassed 1.6 million website visits from individuals representing 196 countries, 1.6 billion traditional and digital impressions, over 700,000 video views, and over 20,000 podcast listens. FULLER studio aims to make the best of Fuller’s resources available for the Christian church and individuals interested in the formation of a rich spiritual life. By digitizing, producing, and distributing material online, the studio offers individuals, small groups, and large communities access to Fuller’s wealth of theological resources. Drawing first and foremost from our outstanding faculty, then as well from a wider circle of Fuller friends and alumni from around the world, the studio curates rich content around themes identified by our editorial advisory board and team. Its deeper theological material, including the theology section in our companion magazine, is guest-edited by a faculty member, often with an editorial calendar planned years in advance.
For more information on and resources from FULLER studio, visit Fuller.edu/Studio.
To view the full list of EPA winners, visit the Evangelical Press Association.