Andrew Sperber of Oak Ridge, a graphic design major at County College of Morris (CCM), recently was awarded a scholarship for a two-year student from the Art Directors Club of New Jersey (ADCNJ) for the quality of his design work.
ADCNJ’s scholarships for two- and four-year students are based on the creativity and functionality of the work included in their submitted portfolios. In total, 75 student portfolios were submitted this year.
“It’s a great honor for both Andrew and the graphic design department at CCM,” said Stephen Longo, professor and special projects leader of the graphic design program at CCM. Longo is a member of ADCNJ and runs his own design firm, Stephen Longo Design Associates, in addition to teaching graphic design at CCM.
CCM offers a comprehensive graphic design program with three dedicated labs and printing facilities. For more information on the graphic design program, visit www.ccm.edu/academics/degrees/graphicdesign.aspx
Photo: Andrew Sperber of Oak Ridge, a graphic design major at County College of Morris (CCM), has been awarded a scholarship for a two-year student from the Art Directors Club of New Jersey.
Credit: Frank Peluso Photography