Eastern Florida State College Designers Win Top Awards

By  //  January 29, 2015

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Kelly LaMaster, Mike Lally nationally recognized

Two Eastern Florida State College graphic designers, Kelly LaMaster and Mike Lally, have won top national honors for their work in the annual Collegiate Advertising Awards.

Two Eastern Florida State College graphic designers, Kelly LaMaster and Mike Lally, have won top national honors for their work in the annual Collegiate Advertising Awards.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Two Eastern Florida State College graphic designers have won top national honors for their work in the annual Collegiate Advertising Awards.

The awards recognize creative excellence and effectiveness in the fields of advertising, marketing and promotion in higher education.

Kelly LaMaster earned two Gold Awards. One was for the creation of the Inaugural EFSC Foundation Scholarship Golf Invitational Fundraising Campaign and another for her unique design of a new Planetarium logo following the college’s newly-established brand standards.

Mike Lally won two Silver Awards. One was for his work in designing marketing materials for Eastern Florida State College’s Athletics Programs and another for his creation of the 2014-2015 Men’s Basketball Schedule Poster and the other for the 2014 NJCAA Women’s National Soccer Championship Program.

Dr. Jim Richey

Dr. Jim Richey

“Mike and Kelly are examples of the highly talented staff that work behind-the-scenes to make Eastern Florida a great institution,” said College President Dr. Jim Richey.

“Congratulations to them and everyone on our printing and graphic design team.”

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The two work in the College-wide Printing & Graphic Design Services Department led by Director JoAnn Noth.

The office works with faculty, staff and students on all four Eastern Florida campuses — Titusville, Cocoa, Melbourne and Palm Bay. It is housed on the Cocoa campus.


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