Sharokin Betgevargiz

Sharokin Betgevargiz

Sharokin Betgevargiz

  • B.S., environmental studies, University of Vermont
  • M.F.A., graphic design, Boston University
First year at SCAD:
2008

"Listening to Public Radio International, Studio 360 and Design Matters. Reading designobserver.com. An educator's responsibility is to continue learning and making the most minute details interesting for students."

Credentials

Organized and designed "Immigration & Adjustments: Assyrian Family Records," Boston Public Library, 2005; presented and organized "The Assyrian Women's Workshop," United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women, Beijing, China, 1995

Awards, recognition and honors

Nomination for the M.F.A. exhibitions at College Art Association's annual conference, "Form Follows Function: A Design of An Assyrian Identity," Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Organizations

SECAC, College Art Association, AIGA

Publications and presentations

"Teaching History of Graphic Design: A Bore or a Blast," SECAC panel

Previous Positions

Instructor, Central Connecticut State University; graphic design specialist, General Electric Co.

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Courses Taught

  • GRDS 205 Typography I
  • GRDS 229 History of Graphic Design
  • GRDS 353 Typography II
  • GRDS 705 Design Methodologies