Graduate communications design student Lana Alkhatib received the Robert Sheffler Scholarship sponsored by the New Jersey Packaging Executives Club.
Advertising student Alexa Cohen was one of nine finalists in the One Show College Competition for her Million Trees NYC print campaign.
Junior fashion design student Angel Ho’s prize-winning paper couture dress for the Papryus competition was on display in the Grand Central Papyrus store through September.
Work by five recent digital arts graduates was screened at the 7th annual NYC Metropolitan Area College Computer Animation Festival (MetroCAF 2010) in New York City on September 24. These digital arts alumni screened the following works: Zach Hyer, Correspondence; Yong Song Lee, SuperAngel; Jung Yuen Shin, My Knitted Bag; Tymond Tran, 44 Cents; Alexis Wuyts, Color Life.
This September, industrial design students David Kim and Mike Seto exhibited transportable community space solutions for victims of natural and man-made disasters. Their exhibition was featured on TreeHugger, PSFK, and Green X Pert.
Graduate communications design student Woojin Lee recently won four Creativity International Awards as part of the 2010 Creativity International Awards’ 40th Print and Packaging Competition. Lee was recognized with a platinum award in the “Corporate Identity Program Campaign” for her Trash/Treasure designs; a gold award in “Menus and Wine Lists”; a gold award in “Interior Book Design”; and a silver award in “Poster Campaign.”
Advertising student Rachel Li received an Honorable Mention in the 2010 NYCPF Ad Campaign contest.
Time-based artwork by graduate digital arts student Enrique Maitland was featured in the Pixelpops! 2010 Outdoor Film Festival, where it was projected in outdoor locations throughout the New York metropolitan area.
Work by graduate communications design student Ekta Mody was selected to appear in the January/February 2011 “Typography Annual” issue of Communication Arts.
Communications design student Ian Rousey’s poster was published on the website PosterForTomorrow, in the “Top 100 Posters” category.
Industrial design student Emily Vislocky recently won the 31st International Takifuji Art Award and 300,000 yen (~$3,500). She was awarded this honor during a ceremony in Japan held the first week of November.
Graphic design student Adrian Volz received third place in the 2010 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival's Third Annual Commemorative Festival Poster competition.
Communications design student Daniel Wiggins represented Pratt in Australia at the United Nations Non-Governmental Organizations conference and presented work completed in the Communications Design department’s summer Design Advocacy course.