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Graphic Design Senior Show reception 2014

The Graphic Design program annual Senior Show will take place Saturday May 10, from 6-9 in the back room of the Remedy Coffeehouse. Under the theme of 'Re:Collection' this class of 12 graduates will present their portfolio of work prepared over the last four years of classes in the School of Art. Graduating and current students as well as faculty will be in attendance to answer any questions regarding the design program. Read more...


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Welcome to Graphic Design

alumniThe Graphic Design Program offers an educational program designed to address the complexities and diversities of professional visual communication practice. The primary goal of our curriculum is to educate students capable of integrating form and information for the purpose of effective visual communication. The program encourages the exploration of diverse problem-solving methodologies, innovative investigations and creative research in all forms of communication. The program encourages interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary collaboration with colleagues, within the university, and within the profession.

The program is dedicated to excellence in teaching, scholarship, academic and creative research and professional practice. The program provides an undergraduate and graduate education stressing creative and intellectual thinking, awareness of individual, social, cultural and communicative issues, the integration of new technology, and a concern for ethical implications and the natural environment. The program actively contributes to department, college, university, state, national and international communities through its scholarly and creative activities, educational programs, and service efforts.




 

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