Design Impact Award
The Victor Ng Design Impact Award is a scholarship established with my alma mater, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design in 2018.
The award recognizes work that demonstrates a passion for how design can advance social justice, promote equality, and improve the human condition. Each year, faculty select one student to receive the award.
Tammar Zea-Wolfson, class of 2020, developed an app to help locals discover the history of civil rights in Pittsburgh and why it continues to be an essential part of our stories today.
Remy Davison, class of 2019, whose work explores his Jewish, bisexual and transgender identity in “My Gay Love is Holy: stories from LGBT people of faith”