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Student team selected for GDUSA Design Award

Posted by Kathy Smyser on Jun 21, 2017 1:21:10 PM

PAL-460190-edited.jpgFrom hundreds of entries all over the USA, fewer than 50 projects were chosen as winners for the 2017 GDUSA Students Design Award.  One of those selected was the "PAL" campaign,  focusing on childhood exposure to violence awareness. The campaign was was created by Kelsey Harmon, Eldersburg, MD, Jared Shuey, Northhampton, PA,  and Emily White, York, PA, for their Junior Design Studio II class, taught by Pam Barby, Chair of Graphic Design.
 
This competition recognizes the growing influence of schools on the shape of design, media, and culture...as well as the growing sophistication of design students and the outstanding work they do.
 
This work will appear onhttp://gdusa.com/ for an entire year. This is GDUSA's 54th year in publication.
 
Congratulations Kelsey, Jared and Emily!
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Topics: Art Student, student work, award, GDUSA

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