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Cal Poly College of Liberal Arts Names Industry Leader Ray Hartman 2006 Honored Alum

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SAN LUIS OBISPO -- Ray Hartman, a 1979 Cal Poly graphic communication graduate and group executive vice president for manufacturing technologies and engineering at RR Donnelley/Moore Wallace, has been named the Cal Poly College of Liberal Arts 2006 Honored Alumnus. The Honored Alumni Award is the highest honor bestowed upon Cal Poly alumni by the universitys Alumni Association. The distinction is given to one alumnus from each of the universitys seven academic colleges for achieving a high level of career success and influence. "Ray has become one of the most visible and influential individuals in the graphic communication profession," said Harvey Levenson, head of Cal Poly's Graphic Communication Department. "His influence extends around the world. During his frequent trips that span the globe, Ray also spends an enormous amount of time on philanthropic and volunteer activities, including projects involving his alma mater, Cal Poly." Hartman serves on many national and international professional committees and boards. At Cal Poly, he is a frequent guest lecturer and serves on the Graphic Communication Department Advisory Board. Recently he was instrumental in establishing two memorial endowments at Cal Poly: the Terry Bell/ColorGraphics Endowment and the George Prue Graphic Communication Endowment. As part of the Honored Alumnus distinction, Hartman was recognized at the universitys recent Homecoming Grand Reunion and Honored Alumni Banquet.

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