Campus News 2008

For Immediate Release
November 20, 2008

Schreiner design students create for local business

Schreiner graphic design students and Young Men's Business League members Pictured left to right are Young Men’s Business League members Jay Beene, Jon Siebert and Scott Fineske; Schreiner design student Nolan Campbell, a senior from San Antonio; Brett McDowell, president of YMBL; member Chris Hughes; Schreiner design student Jennifer Edwards, a junior from Bandera; and members Matt Sletten, Lee Vanacker, Jeff Gelsone and Parker Harrison. Campbell and Edwards produced the winning design for a YMBL logo.

Students from Schreiner University’s upper-level graphic design class, taught by Dr. David Smith, recently were asked to design a logo for the Young Men’s Business League of Kerrville. YMBL has a primarily charitable focus and its members are responsible for developing and supporting DreamKamp, a program that sends at-risk young people of middle school age to Camp La Junta at no charge to the students’ families. Schreiner students came up with more than 10 designs; the design that YMBL chose was a collaboration between two students.

“Upper-level graphic design courses work only on projects for real clients who come into the classroom,” Smith said. “I work with businesses and organizations to bring them in as part of our normal curriculum.”

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