This past fall, Plymouth State’s undergraduate and graduate students wereinvited to create the design for the official 2012 University Advancement New Year’s card.
Timm Judas ’06G, a teacher at Oxbow Union High School in Bradford, VT, and a student in Plymouth State’s Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies program, submitted the winning piece, Rounding Winter.
When asked about his inspiration for the piece and Timm said, “While doing my master’s [degree], there were evenings after class when it was very quiet on campus and there would be a lite snow with great light on Rounds Tower.”
Timm, his wife, Mary Lou, and son, Max, recently stopped by the Advancement Office on a trip to see their daughter, Hannah, a second-year student studying vocal performance at Plymouth State. In gratitude for his artwork, Timm was presented with a framed Rounding Winter print and matching note cards.