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Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) December Graduating Class of 2013


Press Release from Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, January 2, 2014

On behalf of the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) Board of Directors and donors, PGSF would like to extend congratulations and very best wishes to the graduating class of 2013.

“As you embark upon your future, please know that we at PGSF have been extremely proud to assist you during your undergraduate career,” said Bernie Eckert, PGSF administrator. “We look forward to you becoming a successful leader of the printing industry by giving back your enthusiasm, talent, and the experience you have gained.”

Individuals, companies, and associations provide both annual and endowed scholarship funds to PGSF, which administers the scholarship and fellowship programs for the industry. The PGSF Board of Directors approved $385,000 to be awarded for scholarships in the 2012–2013 academic years.

“I cannot express the gratitude that I feel as I look back over my time at Georgia Southern University,” said, Anneliese McClain, four-time PGSF scholarship recipient and graduate of Georgia Southern University. “Without your support none of it would have been possible. Thank you again for your generosity. I have come away with so many new skills and ambitions, and it is because of your generous patronage that I am equipped with the tools I need to succeed in life.”

For information on how you and your organization can contribute to the future of the graphic arts industry, please contact Larry Kroll, Vice President of Development, at lkroll@printing.org or 404-299-3366 or Bernie Eckert, administrator, at beckert@printing.org.

If you are a graphic arts student looking for information on PGSF scholarships, please visit our website Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation | Printing Industries of America - www.Printing.org or our Facebook Page Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF) | Facebook.

Anthonie Arbino***
Frank E. Simon Scholarship
Harold Gegenheimer and Madeline McClure Gegenheimer Scholarship
Eastern Kentucky University
Graphic Communication

Steven Cox****
Fredrick Rogers/R & E Council
Ernest Shea
Clemson University
Graphic Communication

Rebecca Irvins***
William Krueger Scholarship
Western Michigan University
Graphic and Printing Sciences

Lauren Knafla****
Charles Wood Scholarship
Clemson University
Graphic Communication

Sara Koller****
Regis Delmontagne Scholarship
Webcrafters/Frautschi Scholarship
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Graphic Communication Management

Anneliese McClain****
Ben Franklin Society Scholarship
Georgia Southern University
Graphic Communication

Alysa Schearer**
Westvaco Scholarship
Clemson University
Graphic Communication

Ashleigh Scholle****
Century Club Scholarship
Harrington College of Design
Communication Design/Typography

Nathan Schrest**
Harold Gegenheimer and Madeline McClure Gegenheimer Scholarship
Mark and Evelyn Jorgensen Scholarship
Ball State University
Graphic Arts Management

Kate Trenkamp**
Melvin Pfaelzen/Ink Systems
Ball State University
Graphic Arts Management

Emily Tunison****
Stull Harris Scholarship
Webcrafters/Frautschi Scholarship
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Graphic Communication Management

Emily Yarborough****
Edward McSweeny Scholarship
Appalachian State University
Graphic Arts/Imaging Technology

*Denotes the number of years the student received a scholarship.

About PGSF
PGSF is a not-for-profit, private, industry-directed organization that dispenses undergraduate college scholarships and graduate fellowship assistance to talented men and women interested in graphic communication careers. Individuals, companies, and associations provide both annual and endowed scholarship funds to PGSF, which administers the scholarship and fellowship programs for the industry. For information regarding tax-deductible contributions, establishing a scholarship, or about PGSF, the largest national independent scholarship effort for the graphic arts industry, please contact PGSF at 412-259-1740 or visit www.printing.org/pgsf.

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