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SCAD is continually recognized for educational and professional excellence, affirming our commitment to the highest standards of achievement in art and design.

Students, faculty and SCAD president celebrating Disney Imagineering win

SCAD team rides to the top at 28th Annual Walt Disney Imagineering’s Design Competition

Themed entertainment design and animation students from SCAD teamed up to win first place at Walt Disney Imagineering’s Design Competition. It was the second year in a row SCAD took top honors at the prestigious contest, which aims to discover and nurture the next generation of diverse Imagineers.

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SCAD generates a buzz with victory at College Television Awards

Shasta Ford (M.F.A., film and television, 2017) and Matt Nickley (M.F.A., performing arts, 2016) captured the top honor in the series scripted category at the 2017 College Television Awards with their sitcom "The Buzz."

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SCAD interior design programs named best in the nation

The SCAD undergraduate and graduate interior design programs have been ranked No. 1 on the list of "America's Best Architecture & Design Schools 2018" by DesignIntelligence, the publication and rankings body of the Design Futures Council.

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The Rookies names SCAD the No. 1 motion graphics school in the world

SCAD was named the top creative school in the world for 2017 for motion graphics by The Rookies, an acclaimed international competition for young creatives that showcases the most talented student designers, illustrators, filmmakers, animators, developers and digital artists.

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Industrial design student Cameron Piper's work "Neocraft"

SCAD students fly high at 2019 Red Dot Award: Design Concept competition

Three SCAD students won awards in the 2019 Red Dot Award: Design Concept competition, which recognizes new design concepts and innovation from around the globe. One SCAD industrial design student won two awards, for a model airplane and a staple gun.

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Illustration student work "The Walk" by Hanrou Li earns Red Dot recognition

18 SCAD student projects win Red Dot Communication Design awards

SCAD students made their mark on the 2019 Red Dot Communication Design awards, which celebrate the best in branding and communication each year. More than 40 students from nine SCAD disciplines won honors in the 2019 competition.

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SCAD photography duo snaps up Center Photography Review Santa Fe honors

Two SCAD photography graduate students earned a first-place prize at Center Photography Review Santa Fe, a premier juried portfolio event highlighting the best photography from around the world.

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Work by accessory design student Alison Chang earns award

SCAD grad bags top prize in 2019 Independent Handbag Designer Awards

Alison Chang (M.A., accessory design, 2019) earned praise for her chic leather and elastic pyramid bag.

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Work by sound design students Esmerly Sime Segura, Charlie Duff, and Luke Hayes earns European Design Award

Forward-thinking SCAD student concepts earn 2019 European Product Design Award honors

SCAD students and alumni received high honors at the 2019 European Product Design Awards for their future-focused designs that make a difference.

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Work by jewelry student Tianyi Zhang earns International Design Award

SCAD students and alumni take gold at 2018 International Design Awards

The 2018 International Design Awards celebrates nine SCAD students and alumni as design visionaries.

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SCAD students' food truck rides off with triple honors at 2018 European Product Design Awards

A food truck concept by a team of SCAD industrial design students that transforms misshapen fruits and vegetables into nutritious juice won the highest student honor at the 2018 European Product Design Awards.

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Animation student, Bismark Fernandes, work earns 2019 Cinequest Film Festival selection

SCAD alumni win best student awards at Cinequest film fest

Seven films from SCAD animation and film and television alumni screened as official selections at Cinequest 2019 in San Jose, California, including two that went on to win best student film awards for shorts and VR. The two-week film festival presents more than 300 films from around the world to more than 100,000 film buffs in attendance each year.

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Graphic design student, Janice Tse, work earns HOW Magazine International Design Award

13 SCAD students collect 2018 HOW Magazine International Design Awards

The 2018 HOW Magazine International Design Awards, which celebrates design as a universal language and praises projects that ignite passion and imagination the world over, awarded distinctions to 13 students from the SCAD School of Communication Arts.

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SCAD students earn ASID Georgia top honors

Six SCAD interior design students earned Design Excellence Awards in 2018 from the Georgia chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers, which recognizes the best work in commercial and residential design each year.

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Still from a VR short by film and television student Giulia Jiminez Tani

Atlanta Film Festival names SCAD student's VR short an Official Selection

The short film Plomo: Journey of a Bullet by SCAD's Giulia Jiminez Tani (B.F.A., film and television, 2018) earned an Official Selection nod at the 2019 Atlanta Film Festival. Inspired by true events, the short uses VR and makes the viewer the bullet.

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Still from "Rock and a Hard Place" by film and television student Samantha Geis

The Directors Guild of America honors SCAD student film

Samantha Geis (B.F.A., film and television, 2018) won the Jury Award at the Directors Guild of America 24th Annual Student Film Awards held in December, 2018, in Los Angeles. Her documentary film, Rock and a Hard Place, tells the story of Rocky Jean Louis, a Haitian immigrant living in the Bahamas, and his goal to run track at the Olympics.

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Behind the scenes image from the filming of "The Peak" by film and television student Mark Vogt

SCAD student scores The Wrap's short film festival Audience Choice Award

The ShortList, The Wrap's short film festival, honored SCAD student Mark Vogt (B.F.A. film and television) with the Audience Choice Award for his entry, The Peak.

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Still from the short "Dictoven" by animation student Ammar Nasri

Student work recognized at the 21st SCAD Savannah Film Festival

Six SCAD students were honored for their work at the 21st SCAD Savannah Film Festival held in October 2018. Two were double winners at the university's signature event, which attracts 63,000 film aficionados to Savannah each fall.

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Still from animation student work "Undiscovered" takes home awards

SCAD grad's short film wins big at Austin Film Festival

Sara Litzenberger's (B.F.A., animation, 2017) three-minute animated film Undiscovered — which follows Sasquatch as he desperately tries to take a good selfie — earned Official Selection recognition at the Austin Film Festival.

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SCAD students place first at CFDA+ 2018 Design Graduates

Mary Eleanor Gilchrist (M.A., fibers, 2018) and Sugandha Gupta (M.F.A., fibers, 2018) were honored by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Looking to tomorrow’s talent, CDFA+ selected 60 students who have both viable design specialties and a vision for fashion’s future.

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GDUSA honors two SCAD Bees as 2019 Students to Watch

Patricia Covarrubia Pinto (B.F.A., graphic design, 2019) and Puxi Yang (M.A., graphic design and visual experience, 2018) are 2019 Students to Watch, according to Graphic Design USA.

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Still from animation student work "Undiscovered" takes home awards

SCAD alumna's film is an Official Selection at SIGGRAPH Asia 2018

A submission by Sara Litzenberger (B.F.A., animation, 2017) garnered Official Selection recognition at the 11th ACM SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques. Her three-minute animated film "Undiscovered" follows Sasquatch on a quest for a good photo of himself.

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SCAD graduate wins first place at APDC*IDA Design Excellence Awards

Benjamin Chung (B.F.A., industrial design, 2019) was awarded a first-place prize for Klatter, a collection of three windup toys, at the APDC*IDA Design Excellent Awards. APDC*IDA is a partnership between the Asia Pacific Design Center and International Design Awards to showcase and recognize groundbreaking designs from around the world.

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The Rookies ranks SCAD best motion graphics school for third consecutive year

For the third year in a row, The Rookies has ranked SCAD the No. 1 school for the study of motion graphics. Two motion media students each took home the "Rookie of the Year Award – 3D Motion Graphics" and "People’s Choice Award – 3D Motion Graphics. " In the visual effects category, two SCAD students won and received scholarships from top motion media studios.

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Illustration student work "Rolling Stone Yuna" by Blanca Chen

SCAD earns top U.S. ranking from Red Dot for second year in a row

The Savannah College of Art and Design is ranked the No. 1 university in the U.S. in the 2018 Red Dot Design Rankings for the second year in a row. SCAD undergrad and graduate students majoring in disciplines from illustration to user experience design scored a cumulative 40 awards.

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MISTE: Electric Kettle designed by industrial design student Ivan Fernandez Garces

Two SCAD students earn Emerging Designer of the Year awards, several more receive gold at International Design Awards

From graphic design and photography to fashion, motion media and industrial design, SCAD made a strong showing at the International Design Awards. SCAD student Stuart Fano (M.F.A. motion media design) and SCAD alumna Nasheli Ortiz (M.F.A., fashion, 2013) were awarded two of the five gold awards for Emerging Designer of the Year.

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Three SCAD fashion marketing and management students take part in prestigious Youth Fashion Summit

Three SCAD students were among 100 talented students selected to participate in the 2018 Youth Fashion Summit. During this annual event, students are challenged to create a framework for the fashion industry to reach sustainable development goals.

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Edwards’ joins esteemed photography exhibit ‘THE FENCE’ and grabs feature in the New York Times

Daniel Edwards (M.F.A., photography, 2019) was among an elite group of international photographers whose images were showcased in the outdoor photography exhibit, "THE FENCE." His work "Black Outlined Blue" is a series of black-and-white double portraits of African-American police officers that were also featured in the New York Times.

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SCAD motion media grad Sofie Lee is one of three student winners at The Motion Awards

Sofie Lee (B.F.A., motion media design, 2018) was crowned winner of The Motion Awards in the Style Frames student category for her project “Dream.” She created a set of boards to go along with her visual poem "Lonely Wintry Moon" and took home the trophy. Lee's work has also been added to The Motion Awards' permanent online archive.

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Screen designs for award-winning experience created by SCAD user experience and graphic design students

SCAD UX and graphic design students win gold award at inaugural Indigo Design Award

SCAD’s user experience design (UX) and graphic design students captured the imagination of the judges at the first annual Indigo Design Award, which recognizes digital innovation. The group’s project, "Spark" earned a gold-level award for its user-friendly solution to make physical therapy accessible and fun.

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SCAD School of Fashion breaks YMA scholarships win record for second straight year

Isabella Mendez (B.F.A. fashion) and a coterie of her fellow SCAD School of Fashion students won financial support for their education from the 2018 YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund. As reward for their ideas that solve challenges in today's fashion world, 35 SCAD winners received scholarships of $5,000 or $7,500 each, nearly doubling the number of recipients in 2017. As one of eight finalists, Mendez received the highest scholarship of $35,000 for her athleisure wear concept.

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SCAD fashion student wins top prize at Disney ImagiNations Hong Kong Competition

Yasmin Baratova (B.F.A. fashion) bested nearly 300 students from Hong Kong and mainland Chinese institutions in the Disney ImagiNations Hong Kong Design Competition 2018 with her winning entry, "Reimagining Artemis." The annual competition challenges students to use their imaginations to design new exploratory experiences.

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Illustration student work “Dawn” by Taylor McCaslin

Eight SCAD students win first place prizes in Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition

Seven illustration and one sequential art major from SCAD undergraduate and graduate programs earned first place awards at the prestigious 38th annual competition, which celebrates the best in technique, concept and skill of medium used.

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Advertising student's award-winning branding campaign "Vibes"

11 SCAD students win gold at American Advertising Awards district level

SCAD Atlanta and SCAD Savannah students earned gold, including a "Best in Show," at the district level of the American Advertising Awards.

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"Vibes" branding by advertising and illustration students

SCAD students strike gold at 2018 local American Advertising Awards

SCAD students from the advertising, film and television and illustration programs in Atlanta and Savannah earned gold awards in the student competitions of the local American Advertising Awards.

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Fano named Emerging Graphic Designer of the Year at International Design Awards

SCAD motion media design student Stuart Fano is the International Design Awards’ Emerging Graphic Designer of the Year for his animated infographic explaining the basic tenets of a famous philosophy.

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Choi earns Dockers internship in ARTS THREAD design competition

Selected as one of three finalists in the Levi's x ARTS THREAD Design Competition, SCAD fashion student Keun Il Choi earned a coveted internship at Dockers this summer. The competition, in its second year, asked fashion students from around the world to design a capsule collection around their own version of Levi's Engineered Jeans.

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SCAD students win big at 2018 Student Production Awards

At the 2018 Student Production Awards, also known as the SE Student EMMYs, SCAD students combined to win more than a dozen awards across projects such as commercials, TV shows, short films and more.

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SCAD motion media design students earn honors at PromaxBDA awards

Two SCAD students won awards in the 2018 PromaxBDA Creating What's Next competition, including the program's highest honor — the Jury's Choice Award. The student awards celebrate the next generation of marketing mavens, with students from across the U.S. submitting their work in seven different juried competitions.

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Two SCAD students are Independent Handbag Designer Award winners

Two SCAD students were recognized for their stellar designs at the 2018 Independent Handbag Designer Awards, which highlight the best up-and-coming accessory designers from around the globe each year.

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SCAD advertising students win national award

Two SCAD students took home an award in the American Advertising Awards Student Gold Division for their advertising campaign showcasing high-tech deterrents to drunken driving. The American Advertising Awards recognize the best of advertising from professionals and students around the U.S. each year.

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Zhang earns The One Show/Young Ones Portfolio Competition recognition

SCAD illustration student Haoran Zhang was one of 13 students selected as a Young Ones Portfolio Competition winner. Presented by The One Club for Creativity, The One Show/Young Ones Portfolio Competition honors students from around the world with the best collections of artwork.

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SCAD architecture student wins Lyceum Fellowship

SCAD architecture student Leslie Finnie was named the 2018 Lyceum Fellowship recipient for her design of a Canadian city market. After a juried competition, the Lyceum Fellowship awards an architecture student grants to travel to different countries to explore the intersection of building design and world cultures.

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SCAD team wins Emerging Product Designer of the Year at European Product Design Awards

SCAD students Anja Lukovic, Marino Funakoshi, Natalie Schade, Diana Thomson and Nick Wargo won the top honor for student designers at the European Product Design Awards for their futuristic food truck concept, "Ugli."

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SCAD students win ASID student competition honors and internships

Two SCAD interior design students were chosen alongside six other student winners of the American Society of Interior Designers Student Portfolio Competition, each securing a $2,100 scholarship from the Benjamin Moore & Co. Foundation and a coveted internship at global design companies and firms. The ASID Student Portfolio Competition evaluates and awards the best collections of student design projects across the U.S.

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SCAD architecture student named AIA COTE Top Ten for Students winner

The American Institute of Architects Committee on the Environment recognizes professional and student projects that integrate great design and performance, meeting rigorous criteria for social, economic and ecological value. In 2018, SCAD architecture student Austen Goodman was among the honorees for the AIA COTE Top Ten for Students award.

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Two SCAD students earn AIA Georgia top honors

The Georgia chapter of the American Institute of Architects honors Georgia architects for their design excellence. In 2018, the organization selected two SCAD architecture students for their projects envisioning a new extension of the SCAD Atlanta campus.

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SCAD student earns Ray Greenly Scholarship

Tess Burns (B.F.A. fashion marketing and management) received the 2017 National Retail Federation Ray Greenly Scholarship after competing with undergraduate and graduate students from more than 40 colleges and universities.

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SCAD takes home top honors at UX Awards

SCAD swept the student category at the 2017 UX Awards Summit, which honors innovators of digital products and services.

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SCAD scores high marks at the HOW International Design Awards

SCAD students walked away with top honors at the HOW International Design Awards and will be featured in HOW Magazine’s Spring 2018 issue.

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Model walking runway at Savannah fashion show at scad museum

SCAD graduate fashion programs ranked No. 1 for 2017

London-based The Business of Fashion has recognized the SCAD graduate luxury and fashion management program as No. 1 in the U.S. overall, No. 1 in the world for learning experience, and No. 1 in the U.S. for long-term value. The graduate fashion program was also rated No. 1 in the U.S. for learning experience.

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White goes home with gold from Student Production Awards

The Student Production Awards honored Stephen White (M.A. design management) with a gold award for his entry in the prestigious student competition.

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SCAD app on various mobile devices

SCAD mobile app wins 2017 Webby Award

The SCAD mobile app, which made its debut in 2016, took The Webby People’s Voice Award for Mobile Sites & Apps School/University. The app's functionality and superior design carried it to victory in an extremely close vote.

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Brody and McFadden win top honors from PDN Photo Annual

Anna Brody (B.F.A. photography) and Joshua McFadden (M.F.A., photography, 2016) were selected for the Photo District News, or PDN, photo annual.

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Jeffrey Taylor Tibet Woman

Taylor’s fashions inspired by Tibetan women earns IDA Design win

Jeffrey Taylor (B.F.A., fashion, 2016) continues to enjoy success with his Tibetan-themed line of dresses. He followed up his win at the annual Supima Design Competition with another accolade: Emerging Fashion Designer of the Year at the IDA Design Awards for 2016. This is the highest honor awarded to a fashion student or recent fashion graduate by IDA each year.

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School of Fashion’s Sessa wraps up honors at Student Production Awards

Frank Sessa (B.F.A. fashion marketing and management) captured first place honors in the commercial category at the 2017 Student Production Awards, also known as the Student EMMYs. He shared the top spot with fellow Bee Stephen White.

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Five SCAD students capture top honors in 2017 SE Student EMMYs

The 2017 Student Production Awards, also known as the SE Student EMMYs, saw five SCAD film and television students take first place awards in four categories, including fiction and non-fiction genres.

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Rich takes top honor for animation at 2017 SE Student EMMYs

Zach Rich (M.F.A, animation, 2017; B.F.A., animation, 2014) earns a first-place finish for his short tale of a ninja cat trying to satisfy its hunger for a treat from of a vending machine — with an ironic twist at the end.

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Espejo makes an impact with Core77 design

Edgar Espejo's (B.F.A, industrial design, 2016; B.F.A., service design, 2016) use of haptic technology to help deaf students be integrated into mainstream schools earned him the Design for Social Impact Award in the student competition at this year's Core77 Design Awards.

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Garces strikes gold at Student Production Awards

The Student Production Awards tabbed Ivan Fernandez Garces (B.F.A. industrial design) with the top prize in the public service announcement category for his voting-themed effort.

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Taborga wins gold at 2017 Student ADDYs

Isabel Taborga (B.F.A., advertising, 2017) earned a gold award in the national student competition of this year’s American Advertising Awards for her Just for Men entry.

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SCAD furniture students take top prizes at NYCxDESIGN 2017 awards

SCAD students Aaron Atwood (M.F.A. furniture design; B.F.A., painting, 2011) and Yen-Wen Lu (M.A. furniture design) earned top honors in the student competition at the 2017 NYCxDESIGN Awards.

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Six SCAD fashion marketing and management students earn YMA Fashion scholarships for 2017

Six SCAD students each earned $5,000 scholarships from the Young Menswear Association Fashion Scholarship Fund for 2017. The six, who are fashion marketing and management majors, collected the awards at a dinner in New York City.

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SCAD sets new record with 20 YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund winners

The Savannah College of Art and Design announced that 20 students from the School of Fashion, including 14 fashion majors, earned scholarships from the Young Menswear Association Fashion Scholarship Fund. The group set a new record for winners from one university.

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SCAD industrial design students win gold award

A team of five SCAD industrial design students created an elegant solution for a pressing problem facing Hong Kong families and society and won a gold award for it at the 2017 European Product Design Awards. The university earned more honors than any other school at the awards competition this year.

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Farstad's Scüp wins gold at 2017 European Product Design Awards

Andre Farstad's (B.F.A. industrial design) unique take on an age-old dilemma earned a gold award at 2017 European Product Design Awards. SCAD captured more honors at the 2017 competition than any other university.

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Lu Pan takes gold at 2017 European Product Design Awards

The jury at the 2017 European Product Design Awards found Lu Pan's (B.F.A. industrial design) innovative design of turning an everyday mirror into a multifunctional tool, worthy of a gold award. SCAD captured more awards at this year's competition than any other university.

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Moore recognized at European Product Design Awards

Cody Moore (B.F.A. industrial design) received a gold award for his updated version of portable speakers at the prestigious 2017 European Product Design Awards in the student category. SCAD earned more honors at the competition than any other university.

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Culinary Coach receives gold award at European Product Design Awards

SCAD industrial design students Jordan Jones, Yulin Liu, Cody Moore, Tom Rouine, Aditi Vyas and Fernando Zeledon brought a view of the future to life with their gold-award-winning entry for the 2017 European Product Design Award: "Culinary Coach."

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Haldewang's "Renascence" named Discovery of the Year

Anna Haldewang's (B.F.A. industrial design) "Renascence," a cutting-edge design of a 300-foot trimaran yacht, not only captured a gold medal in the transportation category, but it was also named the European Product Design Award’s Discovery of the Year, 2017.

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Jiao Tian takes gold award for furniture project

SCAD student Jiao Tian's (M.F.A. industrial design) floating series of living room furniture earned a gold award in the prestigious 2017 European Product Design Awards, student category. SCAD earned more honors at the competition than any other university.

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SCAD students win top honors at 2017 NICHE Awards

Two SCAD jewelry students, Seung Jeon Paik (M.F.A. jewelry and objects) and Maneli Sarmadi (M.F.A., jewelry, 2017), earned first-place honors in the 2017 NICHE Awards in the student category. Paik won for "Union," while Sarmadi took a top honor for "Still Life in Gold No. 1."

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Natalie Imran captures Contract Magazines' Interior Award 2017

Contract Magazine held its 38th Annual Interiors Awards in New York. The competition celebrates great design, honoring works in more than a dozen categories. Natalie Imran (M.Arch, 2016) won the Interiors Awards 2017 student category for "The Masque of the Interior."

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Nisha Patel secures top spot in Healthcare Environment Awards

The Healthcare Environment Awards honor health care interior architecture and design across a range of project types. Nisha Patel (B.F.A., interior design, 2015) took first place for "Life Empowered Healing," an Everglades-inspired pediatric oncology setting. The awards are sponsored by Contract Magazine.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award, established in 1955, documents the most prominent design trends worldwide — from products to communication projects and packaging to design concepts and prototypes. The "Red Dot" is an internationally recognized quality label for excellent design.

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Jeffrey Taylor captures Supima Design victory

For the second consecutive year, a SCAD graduate has won the prestigious Supima Design Competition. Jeffrey Taylor (B.F.A., fashion, 2016) took the honor at the ninth annual competition for his collection, "Tibet Garden," which reflects his intrigue about the coming-of-age period for Tibetan women. SCAD alumna Kate McKenna (B.F.A., fashion, 2015) won the 2015 competition.

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YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund

As the largest and oldest scholarship organization serving the needs of the fashion industry, the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund seeks to identify and create career opportunities for young people worldwide. 

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YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund

The YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund is the premier educational fashion nonprofit in the U.S. For more than 80 years, the FSF has focused on advancing the fashion industry by encouraging talented, creative young people to pursue careers in the field.

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YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund

The YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund seeks to advance the fashion industry by encouraging gifted and enterprising young people to pursue careers in design, merchandising, retailing and business, ensuring the industry will continue to attract dedicated, capable and creative individuals.

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The Red Dot Award: Design Concept

Established in 1955, the Red Dot Design Award highlights prominent international design trends through annual competitions in the areas of communication design, product design and design concepts.

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Applied Arts Magazine delivers gorgeous imagery, strong opinion, timely information and essential industry insight to a readership of more than 46,000 creative and marketing professionals.

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NICHE Awards

Sponsored by NICHE magazine, the NICHE Awards program celebrates excellence and innovation in American and Canadian fine craft. Nearly 2,000 entries are received each year from professional and student craft artists in five categories.

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Each issue of Applied Arts Magazine celebrates the communication arts community and features authoritative industry insights, as well as professional profiles and beautiful photographs celebrating the best work from Canada and beyond.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Award, an international design competition established in 1955, is aimed at all those who would like to distinguish their business activities through design. Excellent design is selected by competent expert juries in the areas of product design, communication design, and design concepts.

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Motion Picture Sound Editors' Golden Reel Award

Motion Picture Sound Editors, founded in 1953, is dedicated to improving the recognition of the filmmaking community and educating the public on the artistic merit of sound editing.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award, established in 1955, is an internationally recognized quality label for excellent design. From products to communication projects and packaging to design concepts and prototypes, the Red Dot organization documents international design trends.

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Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation's College Television Awards

Founded just one month after network television was born, The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is devoted to recognizing excellence through many annual award programs, including the College Television Awards.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award, established in 1955, documents the most prominent design trends worldwide, offering awards in communication design, design concepts and product design.

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Each issue of Applied Arts Magazine features authoritative insight and opinion on the visual communications industry, and is dedicated to showcasing the best creative work from images to advertising to design.

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The Annie Awards

The Annie Awards, presented by the International Animated Film Society, ASIFA-Hollywood, recognize animation's biggest and brightest stars.

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Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation's College Television Awards

The Television Academy is the only major organization devoted to the television and broadband screen entertainment industry, and recognizes excellence through many annual awards programs including the Emmy Awards.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award recognizes prominent design trends and highlights the importance of beautiful and functional design for businesses and society. Established in 1955, Red Dot stands for belonging to the best in design, a distinction based on the principle of selection and presentation.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award, an international design competition, showcases the most prominent design trends in the world. The "Red Dot" seal has become an internationally recognized quality label for excellent design.

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Applied Arts Magazine, Canada's premier magazine of visual communication, showcases the finest in creative achievement. With a readership of more than 46,000 creative and marketing professionals, the awards are a great opportunity to promote work to an audience of the best and brightest.

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The Red Dot Award: Communication Design

The Red Dot Design Award, established in 1955, documents the most prominent design trends worldwide — from products to communication projects and packaging to design concepts and prototypes. The "Red Dot" is an internationally recognized quality label for excellent design.

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Applied Arts Magazine celebrates the communication arts community, and each issue includes winners from the magazine's annual design, advertising, photography, illustration, interactive, printing and student awards programs.

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Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Foundation's College Television Awards

The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, founded in 1946, is a nonprofit organization devoted to the advancement of telecommunication arts and sciences. The Television Academy recognizes excellence through many annual award programs, including the College Television Awards.

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Walter O. Evans Center curriculum guide named top publication

The American Alliance of Museums annually recognizes the best publications in the country through its Museum Publications Design Competition. For 2015, SCAD took first place for The Divine Comedy Curriculum Guide, which provides activities and lesson plans middle school students and their teachers.

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SCAD earns IIDA Georgia best of the best nod

The Savannah College of Art and Design's innovative SCADpad micro-housing project won The International Interior Design Association Georgia Chapter holds its B.O.B. (Best of the Best) Award in the residential category for 2015.

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AIA Georgia tabs SCADpad for design award

The Georgia chapter of the American Institute of Architects honors Georgia architects for their design excellence. For 2014, the organization selected SCADpad, the university's micro-housing community in Atlanta, for a Georgia Design Award.

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SCADpad recognized by World Architecture News

SCADpad, the university's micro-housing community in Atlanta, won the WAN Urban Design Award 2014 in the Completed Projects sub-category. The three housing units addressed one of the worlds growing problems: urban housing.

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Sottile captures top 2014 architecture award

Christian Sottile, dean of the SCAD School of Building Arts, was honored by the American Institute of Architects with the Young Architects Award for 2014. His firm, Sottile & Sottile has authored several landmark city plans, including the SCAD Museum of Art.

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SCAD Museum of Art wins 2014 AIA prize

The SCAD Museum of Art took home the 2014 American Institute of Architects Honor Award for architecture for its adaptive reuse of the former headquarters of the Central of Georgia Railway as well as the masonry ruins of a freight warehouse.

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The Red Dot Award: Design Concept

The Red Dot Design Award, established in 1955, documents the most prominent design trends worldwide — from products to communication projects and packaging to design concepts and prototypes. The "Red Dot" is an internationally recognized quality label for excellent design.

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Electronic Entertainment Expo College Game Competition

E3 is the world's premier event for computer, video and mobile games and related products. The expo gives students exposure to leading-edge companies, groundbreaking new technologies and never-before-seen products, while also hosting a college game competition.

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Jen Library redesign snags SCAD library design recognition

The innovative and functional update of the Jen Library that merged high-tech resource usage with 1920s character caught the eye of the American Library Association and International Interior Design Association. The result: a 2016 ALA/IIDA Library Interior Design Award

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Applied Arts Magazine Student Awards

Applied Arts Magazine delivers gorgeous imagery, strong opinion, timely information and essential industry insight to a readership of more than 46,000 creative and marketing professionals.

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