As CMNS’s graphic designer, Faye is responsible for the visual side of telling our stories, whether through our alumni magazine Odyssey, email communications or the wide variety of print materials we produce for our departments, presentations and events.
Prior to this position, she was responsible for supporting the web, photography, print and communications needs of multiple departments in the A. James Clark School of Engineering (2005-2015) and was one of the original staff members of the Fischell Department of Bioengineering. Before joining UMD, she worked in commercial and freelance print and web design in Baltimore and her hometown of Minneapolis. She has also taught graphic design courses at local community colleges including HCC and CCBC.
Faye is a supporter of small animal rescues including Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue and the House Rabbit Society.
B.F.A, Art, Carnegie Mellon University (1993)
M.S., Interaction Design and Information Architecture, University of Baltimore (2006)
What I like best about working for CMNS:
Great colleagues and a variety of research, projects and events.
In my spare time, I enjoy:
Travel, hiking, classic cars, snorkeling, reading, writing, museums, travel photography, "geeky stuff," fostering guinea pigs and doting on my own furry potatoes.