On the first day of the First-Year Seminar class, each first-year Visual Communication Design major wrote down a fact that no one else in the room knew about them, and then they had to guess who the fact related to. We had a great time learning new things about one another and guessing who belonged to which statement! Here are the facts, so you can get to know the new class better…...Click here to read more.
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Graphic Design News
We expected to see many familiar student faces at the gallery reception celebrating featured faculty, George Moore. And we did. Visual Communication Design 2013 and 2014 alums from BelAir, MD to Lancaster, PA came down to the Greenspring Gallery to reconnect with their favorite ART & VCD faculty and with one other. ...Click here to read more.
Assistant Professor Alissa Jones will now be our dedicated internship coordinator for the Art & Visual Communication Design department. Alissa has been teaching graphic design courses at Stevenson since Fall 2010....Click here to read more.
The Stevenson University Visual Communication Design program requires every student to complete a 120-hour internship. Valerie Shaney, a senior Photography Track student and a passionate portrait photographer, just completed her internship with Photography by Brea, a wedding photography company located in Reisterstown, MD. Her internship mentor, Breanna Shaw, allowed her to work on site assisting at her clients’ weddings and engagement shoots, as well as in the office....Click here to read more.
Layla Thompson graduated in May 2014, but before she graduated, she already had a job… the exact interactive and print design job that she wanted.
Upon transferring from CCBC with her Associate’s Degree, Layla became a non-traditional student and full-time employee for Stevenson University in the Office of Information Technology. Before graduation, she was offered a full-time position as Digital Design Specialist to the Creative Services department at UMBC where she is currently working in both a print and web design environment. A project that Layla is currently designing — and is very excited about — is the Winter Session catalog and all corresponding publications (posters, website, etc.)....Click here to read more.