The cover art contest is designed to focus attention on Northwest technology resources and computing policies while giving a student the chance to demonstrate his or her talent.
--Kim Todd, Client Computing
who graduated with his B.S. in Interactive Digital Media
in May 2005, won the 2005 Second Annual Take the Cover Art Challenge
Contest, which was sponsored by the Information Systems
Department in cooperation with the Office of University
Relations and the Fine Arts Department.
The cover art contest
is designed to draw attention to the User's Guide, which
provides students will important information about campus
computing resources, guidelines and policies, the latter
of which are so important to maintaining a secure and stable
Jeremy's cover was selected
out of several student entries and will be used for the front
cover of the 2005 Computer User's Guide to the Electronic Campus,
which has a distribution of approximately 1700 and is given
free-of-charge to all in-coming Freshman, select faculty
and administrative staff.
The submissions were critiqued
and voted on by a panel of judges, which included representatives
from the Fine Arts Department, the Information Systems Department
and the Office of University Relations.
Among Bingham's many accomplishments include participation in the 2005 Student Quality Symposium, a nomination to submit "Interactive" to the HOW Magazine Interactive Design Contest in 2004 and a being a finalist in the Student Web Page Contest sponsored by the Consortium for Computing in Small Colleges:Central Plains Region at Central Missouri State University.
As the winner of the cover
art contest, Bingham will have his name listed in the Acknowledgements
section of the User's Guide and will receive a certificate of accomplishment along with 256 USB Pen
(Jump/Flash) Drive and two finished copies
of the User's Guide for his portfolio.