Graphic Design Professor Cate Roman Named Graphic Design USA ‘Educator to Watch’ in 2017

Professor Roman was selected as one of a dozen design educators nationwide to be featured in Graphic Design USA’s special edition. Scheduled for publication in the June issue, the article is expected to be seen by roughly 100,000 readers of GDUSA’s print edition, digital edition and popular website. A full page will be devoted to Roman as a dedicated educator and member of the Woodbury faculty. For more than 50 years, Graphic Design USA has been a business-to-business information source for graphic design professionals.

Cate Roman is an accomplished art director, designer, and educator whose work in private practice and education spans more than 20 years. Her extensive professional experience ranges from packaging design to exhibit graphics. Clients have included Mattel, Inc., the UCLA Events Office, Caruso Affiliated, and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles. Professor Roman has taught classes in Nonprofit Branding, Information Design, Packaging Design, Typography, and Portfolio Presentation. She has mentored countless students on to successful careers in the graphic design industry. Before joining Woodbury University School of Media, Culture & Design as full-time faculty, she taught in the Communication Arts Department at Otis College of Art and Design.

“I am both honored and humbled by the recognition from Graphic Design USA, and I share this acknowledgement with the students, faculty and staff at Woodbury,” Roman said. “This has been a marvelous journey of inquiry and discovery. It’s a privilege to engage in the process of creation with students every day, and witnessing their success as they move into the professional world is profoundly gratifying.”

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