Claypole Wins Michael H. Bruno Award
PITTSBURGH—Dr. Tim Claypole was presented with the Michael H. Bruno Award during the 60th annual TAGA Conference, sponsored by the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA).
Dr. Claypole is the founder and director of two university spin-off companies, Swansea Printing Technology, providing software and support services, and Teclyn, which offers a manufacturing service for electronics and displays. He is also a driving force behind the Print Forum Wales, which focuses on raising awareness of advances in printing technology.
The Board of Directors of TAGA singles out a professional with a distinguished career to receive this award each year in appreciation of his dedicated service and contribution to the advancement of the graphic arts internationally. The late Michael H. Bruno was the founder of TAGA in 1948. He was a past president and the first recipient of the TAGA Honors Award in 1976, renamed in 2005 in his honor.