Award success for design students
Five of seventeen nationally competitive 'Print Futures' awards made this year have gone to students from the School of Design.
The awards, which offer up to £1,500 each to winners, are funded by the The Printing Charity, Unite, and the British Printing Industries Federation, and are aimed at funding equipment, training, or internships. The Leeds winners were:
They received their awards from Baroness Dean of Thornton-le-Fylde in a presentation ceremony at the House of Lords in July.
Carol Beanland, a programme director in the School of Chemistry, which coordinates the Colour Science course with the School of Design at the University of Leeds, said: Our students are winners in this increasingly competitive awards scheme every year, but we are particularly delighted that of the 17 successful applicants this time, no fewer than five were from the University of Leeds.Posted in: University newsStudent education