Christine Lhowe is a visual designer whose scholarship focuses on design as an agent of inclusion and positive social change. She specializes in brand development, print design, and user experience for industries including education, technology, entertainment, and non-profit.
Christine's design work has been recognized by Graphic Design USA and the New Jersey Communications, Advertising, and Marketing Associations. Her writings have been published in Design and Culture, The Journal of Design History, and Slanted magazine.
Christine teaches courses in graphic design, typography, and web design—teaching students to be strong visual and verbal communicators and to think critically about the design work they are putting into the world.
- M.F.A., Vermont College of Fine Arts
- B.A., Seton Hall University
- 2018 American Graphic Design Award from Graphic Design USA in Poster Design
- 2018 NJ CAMA Astra Award, Best in Show in Web Design
- 2018 NJ CAMA Astra Award, Gold in Electronic/Digital Advertising
- 2018 Design Incubation Fellow
- 2018 Seton Hall University Digital Humanities Fellow
- 2018 Poster Presentation on Defining Design Research at the Design Education Summit for The University & College Designers Association
- 2017 American Graphic Design Award from Graphic Design USA for Internet Design
- 2017 American Graphic Design Award from Graphic Design USA for Advertising
- 2014 Grant Awarded by The Pollination Project
- 2011 NYC Partner in Education Award