February 10, 2022
Susquehanna University graphic design students won 14 awards in two national design competitions.
Students were honored by the Innovation Center for Design Excellence and the American Institute of Graphic Arts Blueridge Annual FLUX awards.
The following students won awards from ICDE:
- Larissa MacDougall ’21, of Bel Air, Maryland, gold medal, Truth Initiative annual report
- Annie Vogt ’22, of New York, gold medal, Busy’s Coffee Bar branding; and gold medal, “The Worst Hard Time” book cover jacket
- Samantha Lisowski ’22, of Westfield, Massachusetts, silver medal, Mas Tacos branding
- Nate Fagnano ’22, of Williamsport, bronze medal, Hip Fish stationery
The Innovation Center for Design Excellence is dedicated to fostering educational opportunities for underprivileged design students. ICDE provides these students with scholarships, internships and mentoring programs in partnership with its corporate sponsors.
The following students won awards from AIGA:
- Julie Bauer ’22, of Tyrone, for the American Civil Liberties Union digital media design
- Jake Brenner ’23, of Carlisle, for Average Joe Coffee packaging
- Nate Fagnano ’22, of Williamsport, for the Hip Fish identity package
- Kimi Gust ’22, of Succasunna, New Jersey, for Tropical Woods Chocolate Bars packaging
- Valerie Hou ’21, of Washington, D.C., for the Oak Hills Academy website
- Samantha Lisowski ’22, of Westfield, Massachusetts, for the Mas Tacos identity package and Truth Identity annual report
- Ryan Miller ’22, of Lititz, for the Turbo Coffee identity package
- Annie Vogt ’22, of New York, for Killing Eve print advertising
AIGA Blue Ridge is the professional association for western Maryland, southern Pennsylvania, northern Virginia and West Virginia. Established in 2007, Flux celebrates the best creative work produced each year by undergraduate and graduate students from across the country.