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Ringling College Honors 2016-17 Trustee Scholars

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Ringling College Honors 2016-17 Trustee Scholars

Ringling College of Art and Design held its 22nd Annual Trustee Scholar Awards over the weekend, honoring 13 students, stand-outs in each academic major plus Student Life. This year’s theme highlighted the work of Ringling College students, graduates, faculty, staff and supporters and their ongoing efforts to establish the Sarasota, Florida school and environs as a “Capitol of Creativity.”

“Trustee Scholar is the highest collegiate honor awarded by the Ringling College Board of Trustees,” said Ringling College President Dr. Larry R. Thompson. “Trustee Scholars exemplify the originality, talent and work ethic required for success within their respective areas of study, as well as exceptional leadership and citizenship to the Ringling community.

“Since the inception of the Trustee Scholar awards over two decades ago, we have seen our award recipients and their classmates go on to achieve unparalleled success and make valued contributions personally and professionally to their fields. We take great pride in recognizing our Trustee Scholars in their senior year as they prepare for their futures as drivers of our new creative economy and leaders of the ‘Capitol of Creativity.’”

2016 Ringling College of Art and Design Trustee Scholars:
Ellen Arnold – Computer Animation (see some of Ellen’s work here!)
Paige Bauer – Business of Art and Design
Stacey D’Andelet – Graphic Design
Khoa Duong – Photography and Imagery
Philip Gleichauf – Motion Design
Griffin Goodman – Fine Arts
Kyle Leicht – Student Life
Nicholas Marten – Game Art
Tess Messina – Interior Design
Celia Nogales – Fine Arts
Jun Cheng Robson Tan – Advertising Design
Robin Thompson – Illustration
Jacob Wojenski – Film

Trustee Scholars were nominated by the head of each academic department as well as the Office of Student Life for their exceptional talent and distinction of mind; contribution to the department, College and community; continued demonstration of leadership, citizenship and mentorship. Each Trustee Scholar will receive a $5,000 award, funded by the Board.

Front Row, Left to Right: Ellen Arnold, Kyle Leicht, Celia Nogales, Khoa Duy Duong, Stacey D’Andelet, Paige Bauer and Jun Cheng Robson Tan. Back Row, Left to Right: Philip Gleichauf, Griffin Goodman, Nick Marten, Tess Messina, Robin Thompson and Jake Wojenski. Photo by Matthew Holler

Front Row, Left to Right: Ellen Arnold, Kyle Leicht, Celia Nogales, Khoa Duy Duong, Stacey D’Andelet, Paige Bauer and Jun Cheng Robson Tan. Back Row, Left to Right: Philip Gleichauf, Griffin Goodman, Nick Marten, Tess Messina, Robin Thompson and Jake Wojenski. Photo by Matthew Holler

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