Cambrian College Graphic Design students, grads, and faculty recognized for excellence

Posted on Friday March 4, 2016

SUDBURY – Students, graduates and faculty members of Cambrian College’s Graphic Design program have been recognized for excellence in visual communication and the use of design for social good, earning top awards and honourable mentions in two provincial industry competitions.

The winning work was selected by judges from the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) and was featured at its annual DesignThinkers conference held in Toronto in November, 2015.

The winners (and those who earned honourable mentions) are as follows:

RGD Student Awards’ Bureau Award for Northern Ontario (all 2015 graduates)
• Brittney Smith
• Jennica Robinson and Matthew Urso earned honourable mentions

RGD So(cial) Good Design Awards: Designer-driven projects
• Jessica Lambe, Prov. RGD (2015 Graphic Design graduate)
• Tracy Baker, Prov. RGD (2011 Art and Design Fundamentals graduate)
• Cambrian College Graphic Design program

RGD So(cial) Good Design Awards: Government-initiated projects
• Frank Chartrand and Nico Taus (2009 Graphic Design graduates)

Design Edge Canadian Regional Design Awards: Special Edition: Legacy Awards
• Bureau (Owned by 2009 Graphic Design graduates Frank Chartrand and Nico Taus)
• Ron Beltrame, RGD (Graphic Design program coordinator)

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Contacts:
Ron Beltrame
Graphic Design program coordinator
Cambrian College
705-566-8101, extension 7598
ron.beltrame@cambrianinternational.ca

Lynn Bulloch
Communications Officer
Cambrian College
705-566-8101, ext. 6375
lynn.bulloch@cambrianinternational.ca

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Cambrian College applauds creation of new Ontario Student Grant and $20-million commitment to applied research

Posted on Friday February 26, 2016

SUDBURY – The provincial government’s recent announcements regarding the creation of a new Ontario Student Grant, and a $20 million investment over three years for college applied research are being welcomed by Cambrian College President Bill …

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