72 Students Graduate from The Modern
The Modern College of Design conferred 72 students as graduates of the Design Program on July 12 at the Dayton Masonic Center. …
The Modern College of Design conferred 72 students as graduates of the Design Program on July 12 at the Dayton Masonic Center.
Students earned an Associate Degree of Applied Business in Design and graduated with an essential combination of skills in graphic design, web design, UI/UX, video, motion design, photography, and illustration. They also studied marketing and communications, and are well equipped to begin their professional careers in the design industry.
Valedictorians were Kathryn Boor, Hope Bruggeman, Isa Jackson, Samantha Kuck, Brennan Moore, and Eva Stammen. Other top graduates were Brie Mullins, Alexis Stitt, Lauren Beaudry, and Hannah Greil.
In order to protect the health of graduates, their guests, and The Modern’s faculty and staff, a series of six small ceremonies were hosted throughout the day. Videos and photos from the events can be downloaded here.
Simultaneously, The Modern also launched Reveal35, an exhibition of the graduates’ work on campus. Graduates and guests were able to view nearly 300 works created by the graduates’ at the exhibition.
Employers are invited to view the exhibition by appointment during the week following the event by contact Matt Flick, Vice President of Industry Relations and Program Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. Graduates’ portfolios can be viewed here.