The William A. Krueger School of Graphic Communications at Chowan University, housed in the Horner Graphic Communications Center, is a 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that offers curriculum in both print and digital media from graphic design to finishing. This facility includes two fully equipped Mac labs as well as numerous student labs (screenprinting, flexography, offset printing, digital printing, packaging and structural design, photography, etc.). Our award-winning faculty and students have established the Krueger School as a perennial awarding-winning leader in the printing and packaging industry. The Department of Graphic Communications offers students a well-rounded and comprehensive educational experience in the graphic communications, packaging, and imaging industries.
The facilities in Green Hall include a fully equipped Mac Lab for art students featuring Adobe Creative Suite software, spacious classrooms for 2D studio work, like drawing, painting and printmaking studios with equipment for those disciplines, ceramics studio with throwing wheels, a kiln, and other work spaces, two art galleries which feature exhibitions by students and professional artists and a wood shop to create frames for artwork for Studio Art students concentrating in painting, ceramics, or printmaking, and the pre-art therapy track. Art-related fields such as graphic design or graduate studies can be pursued by graduates. The department supports the campus community by contributing to cultural awareness through providing exposure to visual art.
Alumna Allison Gupton Serves as Guest Speaker
On Thursday, January 26, alumna Allison Gupton ‘18 served as a guest speaker for the Department of History. Speaking for the series “Living History,” she shared about her work at the Historic Hope Plantation, where she serves as Historian and Senior Docent. Gupton’s talk was titled “A Step Towards Hope.” She shared with the audience.Keep Reading “Alumna Allison Gupton Serves as Guest Speaker”
Honors College Student Association Gives Back
Chowan University’s Honor College Student Association (HCSA) Co-Presidents Destiny Vaughan and Rachel Van Buren presented a check for $1,000 during the ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house of the newly renamed Chowan University Murf’s Food Pantry on January 31. This donation came on behalf of 134 members who worked together to serve the community while raising.Keep Reading “Honors College Student Association Gives Back”
Rouson Memorial Lecture features Dr. Jonathan “Jay” C. Augustine
On February 1, Rev. Dr. Jonathan “Jay” Augustine was the guest speaker at the Rev. George T. and Mrs. Luvenia B. Rouson Memorial Lecture hosted by Chowan University and the Town of Murfreesboro. The occasion began with a word of welcome from Minister to the University, Rev. Mari Wiles followed by an invocation by Rev..Keep Reading “Rouson Memorial Lecture features Dr. Jonathan “Jay” C. Augustine”
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