MiHyun KimKimMiHyunAssociate Professor, Communication DesignEmail: email@example.comJCM 3107A512.245.8146
MiHyun Kim is a designer, an artist and an educator. Her research agenda focuses on creating meaningful connections between people and their communities. By using digital technology, human experience design, and data visualization, her interdisciplinary nature of projects serves to create a sense of belonging and to enhance humanity.
Prior to coming to the United States to earn her MFA in Visual Design from the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, she worked as a graphic designer at COEX (Convention and Exhibition) center in Seoul, South Korea, one of the biggest cultural venues in Asia.
Her projects have been recognized from numerous international and national design organizations including Interaction Design (IxD) Association, ico-D, Ars Electronica, CAA, Cumulus, AIGA Design Educator Community, UCDA Design Education Summit, and eyeO festival.
Her design projects are in the permanent collection at Lonsford Collection at Purdue University Galleries and Denmark Poster Museum in Aabyhøj, Denmark.
Alice LeeLeeAliceAssociate Professor, Communication DesignEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgJCM 3104512.245.6377
Alice J Lee 이정연 is a second-generation Korean American, designer, researcher, and educator. She researches alphabetic systems, concepts of interconnectedness, and the impacts of cultural imperialism. Her practice engages interdisciplinary strategies to explore the dynamics of opposing technologies, formats, and ideas. She has exhibited bodies of work and interactive installations at Auburn University, the Franklin in Chicago, Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, and other galleries, and presented her research at international conferences, including TypeCon and CAA, and other venues that include the Sejong Institute, Notre Dame University, and the University of Houston. Recent design commissions include the artist monograph, Bethany Collins: A Pattern or Practice, and the exhibition catalog, An Infinite and Omnivorous Sky, both funded by the Warhol Foundation. She received her BA from Yale University and her Master’s in Design from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
She serves as an Associate Professor in Communication Design at Texas State University, teaching critical making, motion, and typography courses in the MFA and BFA programs.
Dr. Jeffrey D LieberLieberJeffreyAssociate ProfessorEmail: email@example.comJCM 2112A(512) 245-2611
Jeffrey Lieber is an art and architectural historian, author of Flintstone Modernism or the Crisis in Postwar American Culture (MIT Press, 2018). Highlighting canonical works within the contexts of Hollywood films and philosophical, political, and literary debates, his book surveys anxieties about the fate of the Classical tradition and durability of art in the post-WWII era. Lieber's wide-ranging interests in the field have been sponsored by the Delmas Foundation Grant for Independent Research in Venice among others. A visiting professor at Harvard University (2015-2016), his articles have appeared in the New York Times and international magazines as well as peer-reviewed journals. In recent years, Lieber has been invited to present lectures at museums and universities in the United States, Australia, England, and Germany. He received his AB from Vassar College and his PhD from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Molly ShermanShermanMollyMFA Advisor and Associate Professor, Communication DesignEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgJCM 3107B512.245.8098
Molly Sherman is an artist, graphic designer, and Assistant Professor of Communication Design at Texas State University. Her practice consists of socially-engaged projects and client-based collaborations. She has worked at Project Projects in New York and with a range of cultural institutions including the Hammer Museum and Amherst College. Her work has been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, the Matisse Museum in Le Cateau-Cambrésis, New Seasons Market, the Parthenon Museum, the Portland Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Folk Art, and the Institute of the Arts and Sciences at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and an MFA in Art and Social Practice from Portland State University.
Dimitry S TetinTetinDimitryAssociate ProfessorEmail: email@example.comJCM JCM 3116(512) 245-1494