LSU College of Art + Design
Communication across Curriculum (CxC) Studio Coordinator
After being awarded a 2012 LA Board of Regents Grant that funded a CNC Mill and portable 3D scanner, I played a large role in growing a 3D scanning and digital fabrication culture within the College. I led and assisted grant writing, manage the 3D scanners (Creaform and FARO x330 HDR), and helped teach this technology and integrate it into curriculum. Routinely, I collaborated with faculty for assignments and course development, conducted lectures and workshops, juried critiques, participated in assessment committees, managed the communication studio (including budget, staffing, and development of undergraduate and graduate assistants), and tutored and mentored LSU students. I reported directly to the dean to assess utilization of the studio and progress of the CxC program in the College of Art + Design . I also had pedagogical responsibilities for CxC, including articles, conferences, and grants. In addition to my coordinator responsibilities, I served as a Graduate Faculty Member in the College of Art + Design, developing M.A. and M.F.A student theses and serving on committees and graduate reviews.
LSU Art + Design 3D Asset Portal
2017 addition to CxC Studio: FARO x330 HDR (large-scale) 3D scanner.
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recent conference presentations:
2 Artist Talks, "Updating Diamonds in Dystopia" and "River Writer VR" at Electronic Literature Organization (ELO 2019), Cork Ireland July 15-18
presented at 2018 International Writing Across the Curriculum, Auburn Uni.
"3D Across the Curriculum": Discusses 3D technologies (scanning/printing and digital fabrication) as teaching tools for connection and transfer of concepts across disciplines (Engineering, Science, Humanities, and Art & Design). Outlines applications and benefits of 3D pedagogies and shares lessons learned.
presented at IWAC Conference, June 2016
presented at South Alabama Conference on Teaching & Learning, May 2015
Poster Abstract for “Teaching Architects Text”