Cornerstone Student Whitney Lambert takes 1st place in IMAGIN Poster Competition
by Jordan Van Dyke (B.A. '17)
Environmental Biology student Whitney Lambert (B.S. '16) took first place in the IMAGIN Student Poster Competition in the Best Cartographic Design Category. The competition was held in Lansing, MI on April 5, 2016.
IMAGIN (Improving Michigan's Access to Geographical Information Networks) is a professional development organization committed to providing opportunities for its members to network with professionals who are using, creating, or maintaining spatial resources within Michigan. The IMAGIN 2016 Student Poster and Paper Competition judging panel was made up of professionals from the University of Michigan, Lansing Community College, and the South East Michigan Council of Governments. Lambert competed with students from Central Michigan University, Grand Valley State University, Eastern Michigan University, and more.
Lambert created a cartographic poster of the Tahquamenon Falls State Park and North Country Trail. The poster was developed in conjunction with her internship at the North Country Trail Association during the 2016 spring semester.
Cornerstone Associate Professor of Science Dr. Rob Keys said, "This is a high honor for a Cornerstone student and most deserving of recognition."
Cornerstone University is a Christ-centered university with a passion for global influence through the transforming power of the gospel. As an interdenominational institution located in Grand Rapids, Mich., Cornerstone offers traditional undergraduate programs as well as adult undergraduate and graduate programs through the Professional & Graduate Studies division, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary and Asia Biblical Theological Seminary.