Printing Services wins prestigious printing award

Vanderbilt University Printing Services recently earned a 2023 In-Print Award, one of the highest honors in the printing community. 

The In-Print contest is sponsored by the In-Plant Printing and Mailing Association, in conjunction with In-Plant Impressions magazine. IPMA is a worldwide professional organization dedicated exclusively to the needs of in-house publishing and printing operations, representing corporate, health care, government and higher education printers. 

LiveIt Nashville (Vanderbilt University)

This year, the Printing Services team earned a Silver Award for the 2023 edition of LiveIt Nashville, a publication cosponsored by the Division of Government and Community Relations and the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce. This year’s silver award is Vanderbilt’s second In-Print award since 2019. 

“In today’s digital-first world, high-quality printed media stands out, and we’re fortunate to have a team of in-house print experts right here on campus,” said Sean Carroll, senior director of auxiliary services. “Our team is proud to support the university with all manner of printed media, from business cards and stationery to outdoor signs, wayfinding and specialty graphics.”  

Pictured with Printing Services’ Xerox Iridesse Color Press are Debbie Kennedy, production manager; Keith Stringfield, digital printing technician; and Mike Puckett, director. (Vanderbilt University)

Vanderbilt Printing Services is a self-funded auxiliary operation in the Division of Administration that offers a wide range of printing and graphics solutions for students, faculty and staff. For more information, visit the Printing Services website.