22 October 2012
Ryerson students receive scholarships from the EDSF
TORONTO—A number of Ryerson University students were handed scholarships recently from the Electronic Document Scholarship Foundation (EDSF).

Students from Ryerson receiving awards are:
  • Andrew Wong, who took home the Lynda Baboyian Memorial Scholarship ($2,000) and the EDSF Board of Directors Scholarship ($3,000).
  • Christopher Ambedkar won a EDSF Board of Directors Scholarship ($1,000).
  • Emily Wong was given a $2,000 EDSF Board of Directors Scholarship.
  • Jonathan Wong received a $1,500 EDSF board scholarship.
  • Mark Corrigan was handed OutputLinks Communications Group Industry Analysts Scholarship Honoring Andrew Tribute ($2,000) and an EDSF board scholarship for $1,500.
  • Sommer Johnson received the Symcor Scholarship (Ryerson) for $1,500, and an EDSF board scholarship for $1,500.
  • Tabea Lemcke won the OutputLinks Communications Group Sustainability/Stewardship Award for $1,000, and an EDSF board scholarship for $1,000.
Three Ryerson students received their awards in person at the recent Graph Expo in Chicago.


Mark Corrigan                                            Sommer Johnson

Ryerson's Graphics Communication Management program is the largest of its kind in Canada. Founded in 1996 and based in Hurst, Texas, EDSF is a non-profit foundation "dedicated to enhancing the value and relevance of document and graphic communications worldwide." The EDSF scholarship program began in 1999.
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