The Helmut Kipphan Cup is top prize awarded after a judged competition for the best student produced and written journal – based on technical content, print quality, and design – presented at the TAGA conference. It is also the fifth time RyeTAGA has won the award since the competition was established in 1993.
Fourth-year Ryerson GCM student Diondra Filicetti, who served as Co-President of this year’s RyeTAGA team, won the Harvey Levenson Undergraduate Student Paper Award for her report Methods to Calculate the Number of Reproducible Spot Colours for Different Printing Processes.
GCM instructor Scott Millward served as Faculty Student Advisor for RyeTAGA’s 2015/2016 efforts, which was also received the TAGA Conference Attendee’s Choice Award for its journal.
Details about the production of the RyeTAGA journal can be found on the team’s Website.
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