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Water Charrette: Food Deserts. Saturday morning. Final presentations. Congratulations! Wonderful work everyone.

Congrats Katie Whiteman, Sydney Goldstein, Kristen Leigh Myers, and Aliaa El Kalyoubi whos work was selected by a jury for The Flux 2014 Student Design Competition! Congrats to Katie for taking home the BEST OF in the entire competition and the Best of in the Publication category. Congrats to the Design Week team for taking home the Best of in the Identity category. Sydney for Honorable Mention in Publication and Identity. Kristen Myers for Best of in the Web/Interactive category! Katie Whiteman publication: The Book of Presidents (Category Winner) publication: The Encyclopedia of Women publication: Cockoo’s Nest Book Cover publication: Paradox a Visual Essay poster: It’s simple math KU Design Week team Identity: KUDW (Category Winner) Sydney Goldstein publication: the Station (Category Honorable Mention) Identity: South Rose (Category Honorable Mention) web/interactive: Momento packaging: Granny Sue’s Sauces web/interactive: Loot Kristen Leigh Myers web/interactive: Civil CoParenting App (Category Winner) Aliaa El Kalyoubi publication: How to get things Done poster: Design Translated
What's that saying? "Behind every great elected official are great planners." Today, President Obama had KU Urban Planning student Sean Tapia (upper right corner of photo) and Kansas Association of Planning Students' president Hilary Hershner (just to Sean's right) right behind him.


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