Anne H Berry, MFA
 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Art & Design
 Office: MB 203B
 Phone: 216-687-2143
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. MB 203B, Cleveland, OH 44115

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MFA, Graphic Design, Kent State University, 2008
B.A., Art, emphasis in Graphic Design, Goshen College, 1999
Brief Bio:
Anne H. Berry is a writer, designer, and Assistant Professor in the Department of Art + Design at Cleveland State University (CSU). Her research focuses on race and representation and ethnic and racial disparities within the field of graphic design. She participated in two sessions at the 2020 College Art Association annual conference, "Toward the Practice of Freedom: Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom" and "Black, Brown + Latinx Graphic Design Educators." Additionally, she has partnered with faculty in film and health sciences at CSU in grant-funded, Internet of Things Collaborative projects, including the development of curriculum for a user experience design and augmented reality course emphasizing communities and local history. She is a 2018 Design Incubation Fellow and published an essay titled "The Black Designer's Identity" for the inaugural issue of Recognize, an anthology featuring essays and commentary from Indigenous people and people of color.

Design projects include a permanent exhibit for the Civil Rights Heritage Center in South Bend and logo identities for the University of Notre Dame's Center for Social Research and Center for Social Concerns. Her research focuses on design education, design for social impact, and diversity issues within the design profession.