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SLC Graphic Design students win design awards


Two Graphic Design students from St. Lawrence College have won design awards from the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) 2013 Student Awards. The award winners were selected by a jury of 50 award-winning creative professionals. A total of seventeen $1,000 awards, sponsored by industry leaders, were distributed in recognition of outstanding achievement in all areas of graphic design.

New graduate Mike Wing won the McMillan Award for Eastern Ontario“We are all so proud of our students' achievements,” said Erin Boyce, Program Coordinator of the Graphic Design program at St. Lawrence College. “It's more evidence that they leave SLC ready to succeed in a very competitive industry.”, and second-year student Amy Hamilton won the Cinnamon Toast Award for Eastern Ontario. As well, new SLC graduate Tina Tran received an Honorable Mention.

According to the RGD, to date it has distributed over $215,000 in cash awards to graphic design students in recognition of their outstanding achievements. Their student awards program “brings industry professionals together with emerging designers to promote excellence and encourage the next generation of design professionals to the highest levels of creativity, innovation and conceptualization.”