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The State and Changing Landscape of Recycling 

Posted by Marci Kinter on 10/8/18 4:00 PM

In 2017, the SGIA Journal took an in-depth look at packaging and sustainability and how major corporations are setting targets for diverting packaging waste from landfill as well as reductions in the packaging materials themselves. 

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Topics: SGIA, Printing, Education, Academic Connection, Green Technology, Sustainability

How a Student Gained Recognition at Printing’s Largest Expo

Posted by Erin Nuss on 8/13/18 2:53 PM

For students, attending the SGIA Expo shows the world of printing beyond the classroom. It exposes them to new ideas and innovations and allows them to see the concepts and techniques they’re learning on a daily basis in action as they’re surrounded by industry leaders.

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Topics: Printing, Print, Printing Industry, Student Competition, SGIA Expo, College, Students, ASDPT Tom Frecska Student Printing Competition, Leadership and Culture, Scholarship, Education, Academic Connection

Preparing the Next Generation: The Educator Perspective

Posted by Lauren Searson on 7/25/18 9:23 AM

Earlier this year, SGIA staff visited Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia to meet with Hitoshi Ujiie, the Director of the Center for Excellence in Surface Imaging, which is part of the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce. We learned more about his program and how he’s preparing the future of the printing industry.

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Topics: SGIA, Printing, Wide Format, Print, Printing Industry, SGIA Expo, College, Students, Business Solution, Scholarship, Education, Academic Connection

SGIA Supports the Next Generation of Print (Part 1)

Posted by SGIA Department of Print Technology and Training on 7/13/18 11:36 AM

SkillsUSA is a national membership association serving college, high school and middle school students who are preparing for careers in trade, technical and skilled service occupations. It’s a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to develop a skilled workforce.

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Topics: SGIA, Printing, Print, Printing Industry, Industry Training, Students, Leadership and Culture, Scholarship, SkillsUSA, Education, Academic Connection