Student Project wins $50,000 Grant

ND design students’ project receives Sappi ‘Ideas that Matter’ grant

Carol C. BradleyDate: October 18, 2012

Collaboration among University of Notre Dame faculty and students, Sedlack Design Associates and Notre Dame’s Center for Social Concerns has resulted in a $50,000 Sappi Ideas that Matter grant to together+, a campaign to combat xenophobia in South Africa.

The Ideas that Matter grant program is an initiative of Sappi Fine Paper North America, producer of fine coated papers for the print industry. The program — the only grant program of its kind in the industry — was established more than a decade ago to recognize and support designers who donate their time and talent to a range of charitable activities.

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