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Graphic Communication Student Receives Industry Scholarship

A Pennsylvania College of Technology student was among six nationwide to be selected for a 2012-13 scholarship from the Tag and Label Manufacturing Institute.

Angela M. Sampsell, of Williamsport, a senior in the graphic communication management major at Penn College, was among four recipients from four-year degree programs. Each received a $5,000 scholarship. (Other recipients were selected from two-year degree programs and from among employees of member companies.)

Sampsell received an associate degree in graphic communications technology from Penn College in 2009. Her work has been recognized through the International Graphic Arts Educators’ Gutenberg Awards competition, through which she garnered four top-four places in 2010. She also was among a team of four Penn College students who received a first-place trophy for their informational table at the Flexographic Technical Association’s Annual Forum.

TLMI is the premier member-driven association for the narrow web tag, label and flexible packaging industries. Its scholarships are intended to reward academic excellence, develop talent, and encourage interest in the tag and label industry.

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