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Events and Training Calendar
Educator and School Awards
Education Awards of Excellence
A Printing Industries of America award that honors an outstanding academic educator and/or industry trainer in the graphic communications field. Educators from all academic levels and trainers in all segments of the printing industry are eligible. Nominees do not have to be Printing Industries of America members. 2008 recipients of the award are Bill Delgado of Cuyahoga Valley Career Center and Mark Barbour of the International Printing Museum.
Frederick D. Kagy Education Award of Excellence
A Printing Industries of America award thatrecognizes an exemplary middle school, high school, or community college graphic communications program. The winning school can select up to $1,000 worth of textbooks published by Printing Industries Press. The 2008 Kagy Award Recipient is the Super Shop 9 graphic arts program at Venice High School in Los Angeles, California, represented by instructor Art Lindauer.
PGSF Educator of the Year
An award given by the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation that honors educators that have significantly impacted the education and lives of their students. Only students receiving PGSF scholarships are invited to nominate candidates. For information, contact Bernie Eckert, PGSF program administrator, at 412-259-1740 or email@example.com. The 2008 recipient is Michael Riordan, of Rochester Institute of Technology.
Published on Wednesday, October 22, 2008 (updated 05/11/2009)
- @PrintInd Ink and paper is far less harmful than electronic media. Where does all that electricity come from? Coal and oil.
- Have a Happy and Safe Memorial Day Weekend!
- #FF A big THANKS to our fellow tweeters educating people on #print! @XeroxCorp @PrintInd @PrintinColorado @TwoSidesUS
- @csrdave It's from Daniel Goleman & Gregory Norris "How Green Is My iPad" The New York Times, in the Misconceptions section of the FlipBook
- @signanddisplay A3: In the States, there are @PrintInd affiliates that offer training anyone could benefit from. I know I did. #talkprint.