RANDOLPH, NJ — The Promethean, a literary and arts publication designed by County College of Morris (CCM) students and faculty, has been recognized by Graphic Design USA in its 2019 American In-House Design Awards contest.

The In-House Graphic Design Awards recognize materials created by in-house design departments at agencies and institutions across the nation. The contest recognizes outstanding work in media, self-promotion items, publications, invitations, signage and websites.

CCM’s 2018-19 edition of The Promethean was among 5,000 publications submitted for the contest. Approximately 15 percent were presented with the prestigious award.

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The Promethean student design team responsible for 2018-19 edition consisted of Melissa Ostrander, of Randolph; Kevin Manimbo, of Chester; Joshua Dimatulac, of Hackettstown; Harley Petrocelli, of Morristown; and Marissa Cook, of Oak Ridge. Professor Kathy McNeil served as the faculty advisor to the student design team.

The In-house Graphic Design category was established in 2009. Since then, the Promethean has received that award eight times.

For additional information on CCM’s Art and Design programs, visit http://bit.ly/CCMdesign.