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From Imagination to Creation

Winning entries of the inaugural Sticker-Patch Design Competition organised by the Advancement & Alumni Division will be included in the New Alumni Welcome Pack for graduating students

6 Nov 2020

 

From Imagination to Creation


The Advancement & Alumni Division launched its first-ever Sticker-Patch Design Competition to engage SITizens in coming up with creations that best represented their experience as students at SIT.

Open to both alumni and students, the competition ran from 17 September to 15 October 2020 and received a total of 16 entries.

Designs by Ms Fan Sau Ching, Mr Fong Jun Hao and Ms Kalyani Alagappan would be featured in the New Alumni Welcome Pack as fabric patches and stickers for the graduating Class of 2020.
The winners each received $50 worth of Grab vouchers. The four winning designs will be fabricated into fabric patches and stickers, and they will be part of the New Alumni Welcome Pack distributed to the graduating Class of 2020, to spread some good cheer in the absence of the New Alumni Welcome Party celebration which is not possible this year due to the pandemic.

Alumnus Ms Fan Sau Ching chanced upon the competition and felt it will be a great way to reminisce about her time at SIT. She took four hours to come up with her design which likened how the exciting journey of a student at SIT is to an astronaut going on an adventure. 

Systems Engineering (ElectroMechanical Systems) undergraduate Ms Kalyani Alagappan, shared her inspiration behind her designs, “Every time I enter our SIT campus I feel very enthusiastic and energetic and so I decided to create a rocket that symbolises how we start our day at SIT with a great blast for the first design. Also, the campus at Punggol is the dream campus that we are all waiting for, hence my second design symbolises our upcoming campus.”

Software Engineering alum Mr Fong Jun Hao was excited and grateful that his design was chosen. “Having alumni contribute in this way is definitely very meaningful and hopefully there can be more of such activities in the future,” he said.

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