“I had my JEM 380 Media Graphics students create posters to encourage the UT community to vote,” said Heller.
But to make the assignment more difficult, the students were given a few rules.
Although the students had limitations, the designs turned out well. Heller shared the twelve best designs with Nissa Dahlin-Brown, associate director of the Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
The signs will remain up through Election Day, November 6, and can be seen at the Hill, on Pedestrian Walkway, the Agriculture Campus, Circle Park, and the Baker Center.