Anthony P. Stanton

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Teaching Professor of Graphic Media Management and Director of Graphic Media Management Program

Education:
  • The Colorado College - B.A. - 1972
  • University of Maryland - M.Ed. - 1979
  • Rochester Institute of Technology - M.S. - 1982
  • University of Pittsburgh - Ph.D. - 1992
Areas of Expertise:
  • Graphic Media Technology
Teaching and Research Interests:
  • Graphic media technology with emphasis on emerging technologies and color calibration and control. Current research activities include characteristics of digital image processing and color management systems.
Published Papers: 
  • The Relative Accuracy and Effectiveness of Automated Ink Optimization Software
    TAGA Proceedings, 2009.

  • Influences of Rendering Intents on Reproduced Colors Using Color-Managed Graphic Workflows
    TAGA Proceedings, 2007.

  • Optimizing a Sheetfed Lithographic Press
    The 2006 Graphic Communications Arts and Technology Trends Conference Proceedings, 2006.

  • Inkjet Printing
    McGraw-Hill 2007 Yearbook of Science and Technology, New York, 2006.

  • The Effects of Coatings on Color Gamuts in Lithography
    TAGA Proceedings, 2006.

  • Digital Cinema
    McGraw-Hill 2006 Yearbook of Science and Technology, New York, 2005.

  • Ink Trapping and Colorimetric Variation
    TAGA Proceedings, 2001.

Awards:
  • Sustained Excellence in Teaching Award, Tepper School of Business - 2003
  • Sam Walton Fellow for Students in Free Enterprise, (SIFE) - 2001-Present
  • Gilbert W. Bassett Memorial Fellowship - 1988-1992
  • Printing and Publishing Industry Fellowship from the TAGA/National Scholarship Trust Fund - 1979-81
Editorial Boards:
  • TAGA Journal (Editorial Review Board)
  • McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology (Consulting Editor)
Boards:
  • Technical Association of the Graphic Arts, President, 2007-2009
Consulting:
  • Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation
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