30 June 2015
Ryerson student named finalist in North American Print Skills contest
TORONTO—
 Ryerson's Sylvia Xiaoying Ma
Ryerson University’s Sylvia Xiaoying Ma is now a finalist in the North American Print Skills contest, along with Sunny Turner, a student at Appalachian State University in North Carolina.

The contest challenges entrants to solve print problems with the lowest production cost and least waste, using the best methodology. Both finalists endured months of competition, solving print problems on the SHOTS simulator. Using cloud-based simulators, they were able to see problems, analyze their possible cause, decide how to solve the problems and see the cost of their actions or inaction.

The final round will be held at California Polytechnic State University on July 8, 2015 during the International Circle (IC) conference. The winner will be prequalified for the competition rounds of the DRUPA contest next year and will bypass the qualifying rounds.
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