Lecturers at MCCC
Famed graphic designer Roger Cook, center, lectured on Nov. 14. He is pictured with Winnie Burgess, left, who coordinates the lecture series, and Ad Design faculty member Tina LaPlaca, right.
Cook is an internationally-known graphic designer, photographer and
artist. His work has been used by IBM, Montgomery Ward, Squibb Corporation,
Black & Decker, Volvo, Subaru, AT&T, and many other major
corporations. He received the Presidential Award for Design Excellence
in 1984. In 2003 his symbol designs were accepted to the collections
of Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and the Smithsonian Institution.
He has been a member of the MCCC Communication Advisory Board for
more than 25 years.
Dr. William R.
Rives, director of Six Flags Animal Park at Six Flags Great Adventure,
with MCCC faculty member Diane Hilker before his lecture on Nov. 15.
Prior to becoming park director, Dr. Rives served for ten years as
the park's full-time veterinarian. He spoke about animal husbandry
and operating a zoological park.
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