Michelle Anderson

Michelle Anderson

Michelle Anderson

  • B.F.A., University of Tennessee, 1999
  • M.F.A., New York University, 2001
  • Ph.D., University of Tennessee, 2008
First year at SCAD:
2010

Awards, recognition and honors

Chancellor's Honors Award for Extraordinary Professional Promise for Graduate Students, 2008, University of Tennessee; Individual Artist Fellowship Grant for Visual Arts, 2006, Tennessee Arts Commission; Kellie W. McGarrh Travel Support Award, 2007, University of Tennessee; Dean of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Travel Award, 2007, University of Tennessee; Educational Psychology Department Travel Award, 2007, University of Tennessee; AAACE Graduate Student Scholarship, 2006; Outstanding Graduating Senior, Fine Arts, 1999, University of Tennessee; Cinematography Award, 1998, University of Tennessee

Organizations

College Art Association, Southeastern College Art Conference, Professional and Organization Development Network in Higher Education, Lilly Conferences on College & University Teaching, American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, Adult Education Research Conference

Previous Positions

Consultant in Higher Education, Columbia University, University of Tennessee, 2008-present; painting instructor, Middle Tennessee State University, 2004-present; assistant director, Tennessee Teaching and Learning Center, University of Tennessee, 2004-present; research assistant, University of Tennessee, 2005-2008; assistant professor of foundations, Middle Tennessee State University, 2001-2005; adjunct professor, Watkins College of Art & Design, 2001-2005; visiting art faculty, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 2005; lecturer part-time, Austin Peay University, 2001-2002; adjunct instructor, Vol. State University, 2001-2002; curatorial intern, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1999-2000; teaching assistant, New York University, 1999-200; research assistant, New York University, 1999-2001

Courses Taught

  • DSGN 100 Design I: Elements and Organization
  • DSGN 101 Color: Theory and Application
  • DSGN 115 Creative Thinking Strategies