Emily Larned

Emily Larned
Professor, Chair of Graphic Design

Emily Larned’s self-published artist books and periodicals are exhibited and collected internationally by over 65 major public institutions.

Gary Munch

Gary Munch
Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design

Gary Munch has designed typefaces for Linotype and was part of Microsoft’s ClearType project of system fonts which all included Greek, Latin, and Cyrillic.

Alex White

Alex White
Chair of MPS Design Management

Alex W. White has been teaching design thinking and seeing for thirty years. He emphasizes making decisions that produce clear, intentional visual relationships.

Rick McCollum

Rick McCollum
Adjunct Professor

Rick McCollum was raised in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He earned a BFA with honors in Illustration from the Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles.

Christian Ruggiero

Christian Ruggiero
Adjunct Professor

Christian Ruggiero was born in 1976 in New York City and holds a BA in Modern Culture and Media from Brown University.

Peter Beaugard

Peter Beaugard
Adjunct Professor

Peter Beaugard is an innovative and creative leader with proven success in fashion, arts, and academia as tenured faculty, including… read more →
Roger Haughie

Roger Haughie
Adjunct Professor

Roger is a two-time EMMY award winning multi-talented designer with more than 20 years of experience in the fields of motion media design, graphic design, management, communications and print production.

Mary Jo McGonagle

Mary Jo McGonagle
Adjunct Professor; Director, Schelfhaudt Gallery

Mary Jo McGonagle strives to evoke the same excitement and passion with her students, that she feels everyday for art and design. Creating an atmosphere that encourages curiosity, self-confidence and sharing.

Pete Rembetsy

Pete Rembetsy
Adjunct Professor

Pete Rembetsy was born in Boston Mass to a family that appreciated the visual and performing arts. Much of his early days were spent with show people and actors which gave him a variety of different outlooks.

Greyson Hong

Greyson Hong
Adjunct Professor

Greyson Hong’s work pulls from personal experiences to contemplate agency and intimacy in the digital age.