Western Michigan University’s Graphic and Printing Science programs are some of the most needed but “under-the-radar” programs.
Harvey R. Levenson, Ph.D
Cal Poly is adding something new to virtual learning with the help of “Introduction to Graphic Communication.”
According to Randy Boyer, the “Introduction to Graphic Communication” is a treasure trove of knowledge, both historic and futuristic.
Little known to most, the New York City College of Technology has one of the oldest, and finest, graphic arts programs in the nation.
This vocational training center offers a great model for addressing the need for skilled entry-level employees.
Ray Prince was a 61-year industry veteran and consultant who helped printing companies improve in areas of productivity and quality.
The following case studies analyze how Ricoh’s technology advocates and sustain print media with the RICOH Clickable Paper application.
Here is a three-pronged approach to improving your workplace using technology and services.
Dr. Harvey Levenson authors new opinion piece based on response the Ben Franklin Honor Society issued following his initial commentary.
Harvey R. Levenson provides his take on gender and diversity in the printing industry and offers some advice for addressing the issue.
Harvey Levenson believes the time to change the rhetoric of our industry has come. It is the path to attracting new and diverse talent.
A follow-up to “A Case Study of Patent Abuse: Printing Industry Faces New Nemesis Impacting Growth and Employment—Patent Trolls.”