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Dec 8, 2010 12:00 AM
The Advisory Board of New York University’s Graphic Communications Management and Technology Program has named Thomas J. Quinlan III, president and CEO of RR Donnelley & Sons Co., the winner of the 2011 Prism Award. The Prism Award is presented annually in recognition of distinguished leadership in the graphic communications media industry.
Sponsored by the Master of Arts in Graphic Communications Management and Technology program at the NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies, the 2011 Prism Award will be presented during the 25th Annual Prism Award Luncheon on Tuesday, June 21, 2011, at the historic Gotham Hall in New York.
The net proceeds of the Prism Award Luncheon help fund student scholarships as well as student and program support for the internationally renowned NYU-SCPS Graphic Communications Management and Technology graduate program, which prepares the next generation of industry leaders. Since its inception, the Prism Award Luncheon has raised millions of dollars for scholarships for students in the program.
Quinlan says, “Congratulations to New York University as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of their Graphic Communication Program’s Prism luncheon. RR Donnelley has been proud to support this Program and Prism Luncheon since its inception. I am honored to join John Schwemm, John Walter and William Davis in representing RR Donnelley among the Prism Award recipients. The proceeds from the Prism Luncheon support scholarships that play an important role in developing our industry’s future leaders.”
Advisory Board Co-Chairs Diane Romano, president and COO of HudsonYards, and Martin Maloney, chairman of Broadford & Maloney, Inc., add, “This is much more than the 25th anniversary of a luncheon. Over the years hundreds of students have been assisted with Prism scholarship funds that have totaled millions of dollars. It is very gratifying to see students obtain their masters degrees and move into positions of growing responsibility and become our industry leaders of tomorrow.”
Reservations and additional information are available from the NYU-SCPS Office of Development. Contact Carmela Hache at 212-998-6956 or firstname.lastname@example.org.