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Its an experience like no other in the Graphics Department! You are surrounded by great teachers and some of the top students on campus, and you are training in a growing industry!
Detron Phillips, graduating Graphic Communication major
The William A. Krueger School of Graphic Communication at Chowan University is a 40,000 square foot, state-of-the-art facility that offers curriculum in both print and electronic media from graphic design to finishing. Our award-winning faculty and students have established the Krueger School as a leader in the industry!
Study in electronic media areas like:
Or train in print media areas like:
Students can also earn a two year Associates Degree in Printing Production and Imaging Technology (A.P.P.I.T.)!
|Thomas P. Brennan
Chairman of the Department of Graphic Communication
"It is with great optimism and pride that I rejoin the faculty at Chowan University. I have every confidence that we, as a team, in the graphic communications department will keep our program on solid footing to prepare and place our students in a rapidly changing world of work."
MINED, Industrial Education, Clemson University, 1977
|Thomas A. Whiteman
Assistant Professor of Graphic Communication
“The William A. Krueger School of Graphic Communication at Chowan maintains the latest technology in computers, software, imaging and printing equipment. This makes the challenge of conveying concepts in the classroom and the application of these concepts during the hands-on laboratory sessions an enjoyable and rewarding experience for both the teacher and the student. More importantly, however, it insures that the graduated student is prepared to meet today’s challenge in the field of Graphic Communication.”
Thomas Whiteman received his Bachelor of Science degree in Printing Management from West Virginia Institute of Technology. He came to work at Chowan University in 2000.
|EuGene Louis Van Roy
Instructor of Graphic Communication
"Having taught at and attended large Midwest colleges and universities, the cultural differences at Chowan have made a significant impact on my philosophy of education. It is a very wonderful experience when you walk across our campus and students feel comfortable stopping to converse with instructors on topics that range from their academia experience to just the simple philosophy of the weather. It is also an enjoyable experience in the smaller class sizes so that I get to know my students. Because of this, I am able to work with each student on a more one-on-one basis. I have experienced that when students know that an instructor cares for them as a whole individual, they strive to achieve higher expectations".
EuGene Louis Van Roy received his Bachelor of Science degree in Vocational, Technical and Adult Education with a concentration in Graphic Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Stout in Menomonie, Wisconsin. He received his Masters of Education degree in Professional Development from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. He came to work at Chowan University in 2006.
Awards and Honors:
- 2005 International Graphic Arts Education Association’s Fred J. Hartman Award for accomplishments in Graphic Arts Teaching
- Awarded the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation’s Kagy Award for Outstanding Graphics Program 1999
- IGAEA Presidents Award for work on various committees
|Jennifer K. Groves
Assistant Professor in Graphic Communication
& Graphic Design
"As a graduate of Chowan, then a staff member and adjunct instructor, I am so excited to become a faculty member and have the opportunity to constantly share with students my knowledge as it pertains to graphics communication and design and life."
Awards and Honors:
17 Best of Category awards from PICA (Print Industries of the Carolinas), 2005-present