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Mac Design Conference Awards 15 Student Scholarships

Students to attend the Mac Design Conference & Expo free. (May 11, 2004)

The second annual Mac Design Conference & Expo is proud to announce the selection of 15 students as winners of its 2004 scholarship program. The scholarship program provides full-time students the opportunity to attend the Mac Design Conference & Expo, a three-day training event taught by industry experts in Macintosh and design. Awarded students also receive a one-year subscription to Mac Design Magazine. The value of the scholarship awarded to each student is $500.

?One of the most rewarding parts of the Mac Design Conference & Expo is the scholarship program, says Dave Moser, chief operating officer of KW Media Group, the parent company of Mac Design Magazine and conference host. The nominated students are so exceptionally bright and creative we felt strongly that this years scholarship program be expanded to award 15 students versus 10 as announced earlier. The group chosen will spend three days learning from Macintosh and design pros, mingling with peers and talking about the world of design at one of biggest Mac conferences in the east this year, added Moser.

The scholarship program required educators from accredited learning institutions colleges, universities, high schools, etc. to nominate students they believe show great promise and an eagerness to learn. Nominations arrived from across the U.S. and Canada. The students nominated are pursuing graphic design, journalism, visual arts, technical communications, and photography as their field of study.

Schools whose students were awarded a scholarship include:
Alabama--University of Alabama
Canada--University of Saskatchewan
Florida--Florida Metropolitan University
Illinois--Loyola University Chicago, College of DuPage, Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University and University of Illinois at Chicago
Indianapolis--University of Indianapolis
Mississippi--Mississippi State University & Truman State College
Virginia-- Tidewater Community College
Wisconsin--Madison Area Technical College & University of Wisconsin, Stout

Mac Design Conference & Expo is held in Chicago at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center from June 2 4. It features world-class instructors from both design and Mac industries including David Pogue, columnist for The New York Times; Scott Kelby, editor-in-chief of Mac Design Magazine; Bob LeVitus, author of 45 popular computer books; Deke McClelland, Photoshop Bible author, and Bert Monroy, a pioneer of digital art to name just a few. Online registration at <> or call toll free 877-622-8632.

Leading the Tech Expo exhibitor line-up is Apple, Adobe Systems, Microsoft, CDW, Xerox, Wacom, Pantone, and Avid Technology showing their latest gear including software, digital cameras, plug-ins, scanners, printers and much more. The Tech Expo is a hands-on instruction opportunity for attendees. As an added bonus, conference exhibitors are providing exciting and cool products for attendee drawings and giveaways.

Mac Design Conference & Expo is produced by Mac Design Magazine. Mac Design Magazine is the graphics magazine for Macintosh users. Each issue features the hottest design tips, hidden shortcuts, and step-by-step tutorials for working in todays graphics and DV applications. Mac Design also provides readers with the latest industry news and product reviews they need to stay up to date. For more information, visit the Mac Design Magazine website at

Mac Design Conference & Expo Chicago
June 2-4
Donald E. Stephens Convention Center


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