School of Arts & Sciences
Professor Walrod joined the faculty in 2012 and was awarded the college's highest teaching award, the Jack Jensen Award for Excellence in Teaching, in 2016. She earned an M.F.A. in Studio Art, Graphic Design, from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and a B.A. in Studio Art and Environmental Studies from Williams College.
Professor Walrod teaches graphic design and digital media and works in two-dimensional, three-dimensional and digital realms. Her work in environmental graphics, identity design and editorial design has been recognized and awarded in regional, national and international design competitions. Drawing on her interdisciplinary background, she is especially interested in intersections between visual communication and environmental consciousness. Her independent, freelance, and pro bono projects support the arts, community, education, environment, farms, food, health and place. She helped to develop the college’s major in sustainability studies, a minor in sustainability and the Sustainable Learning Initiative at Franklin Falls. read more…