Graduates of our program work as multimedia storytellers and producers, directors of multimedia/photography/visuals departments and web-based multimedia journalists. Some also work as traditional picture editors, newspaper and documentary photographers, advertising and fashion photographers, portrait photographers, freelance editorial photographers and university instructors.

You'll find photography job and internship opportunities on our multimedia, photography and design program website.

Renée Stevens

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Renée Stevens

Assistant Professor Associate Chair Visual Communications Also teaches in: Graphic Design Communications Photography Photography Communications Military Visual Journalism

Renée Stevens teaches various design courses to undergraduate, graduate and military students, including introduction to graphic design theory and practice, motion design and immersive design for augmented reality. She also teaches the undergraduate design capstone course, which operates as a fully-functioning design studio that helps students transition into the industry by teaching them to combine their problem-solving skills, visual storytelling skills and expertise in cutting-edge design technologies to create client work and to market themselves.

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