Professor Lamour-Sansone brings a wealth of experience in graphic design and visual communication to the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University.
Professional Title: Associate Professor of Design
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Graphic Design Education, The Reggio-Emilia approach to documentation
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Design
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: AIB Design department; Design of Language; Language of Design; Graphic Design London Visual Communication; Lesley University’s School of Education Professional Development and Resources: Documentation Design Studio Workshop for Teachers
Education: MFA, Graphic Design, Yale University (1999); BFA, Graphic Design, The University of the Arts (1991); C.A.G.S., Curriculum and Instruction, Lesley University, (2007)
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Designing for Student Engagement and Comprehension with Yvonne Domings, CAST; The Visual Identity Project with Laurie Tennant-Gadd, October, 2008 School Arts
Fun Facts: I grew up in Northern New Jersey; My father was an optical engineer with the ability to measure the weight of ink on a dollar bill; My son Enzo is named after Enzo Ferrari
My wide range of students includes young people in a variety of K-12 settings; undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students in the university; and practicing teachers in all content areas.
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