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Featured News: March 10 2015
CCS Graphic Design alumnus named 1 of 9 type designers to watch by PRINT Magazine
Jackson Cavanaugh, CCS Graphic Design alumnus, owner of Okay Type in Chicago and recipient of the prestigious Type Directors Club Typface Design award, has been named 1 of 9 type designers to watch by Print Magazine.
CCS student Mary McLain wins Grand Prix Poster Competition
CCS student Mary McLain wins the 2015 Grand Prix Poster Competition
CCS Transportation Design alumnus featured in Detroit News
CCS Transportation Design alumnus and designer at Ford Motor Company featured in the Detroit News
Trailblazing Designer Patricia Moore Talks Empathy and Life by Design
A seismic shift has occurred in the world of design and, like all change, the hard work of making its presence known began decades ago. But its full realization is happening now.
Chevy turns to 25 year old CCS alumnus to redesign the Malibu
Chevrolet recently turned to CCS Transportation Design alumnus Jaymer Starbody to redesign the 2016 Malibu.
CCS Advertising seniors host portfolio day in Chicago
CCS alumnus named head of global design for Fiat
CCS Transportation Design alumnus Ralph Gilles has been promoted to the head of global design for Fiat.
CCS Product Design alumnus featured in the Washington Post
CCS Product Design alumnus and product designer at the Henry Ford Health Institute, Michael Forbes, is quoted in the Washington Post about the gowns he designed about to be revealed at the Henry Ford Hospital.
CCS Crafts Alumni Participate in Annual Glass Exhibition
The Michigan Regional Glass Exhibition is running through the month of April at the Janice Charach Gallery in West Bloomfield, Mich. Be sure to stop by and see the work of CCS alumni Ian Zapico and April Wagner.
CCS Alumnus and Professor Contributes to Ad that Inspired Recent MLB Parody
CCS Alumnus and Professor Travis Yarrington Contributes to Ad that Inspired Recent MLB Parody
CCS alumnus Kevin Curry has been chosen for prestigious Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency
The National Park Service has announced the artists chosen for the 2014 Chilkoot Trail Artist Residency Program and CCS alumnus Kevin Curry is 1 of 3 chosen out of 108 applicants. Curry will hike the entire trail starting in June and will create work inspired by history and nature on the trail.