Emergent Digital Practices aims to nurture conscientious, community-engaged students who don't just respond to technologies at points of cultural saturation and ubiquity, but rather, grow to be the new leaders in advanced information and idea-based economies, discovering and developing new approaches, concepts and pedagogies.
As such, we are proud of our alumni, who have gone on to careers in fields as diverse as digital manufacturing, new media and more. Here you can find out what our graduates are doing.
Featured EDP Alumni
Cherish Marquez, MFA '20, RedLine Residency
Jayne Butler, MFA '18, arts officer, Knight Foundation
Christine de Carteret, MA '16, software engineer and creative technologist, SparkFun
Cory Metcalf, MFA,‘16, Software Development Engineer, Cycling '74
Bryan Waddell, MA '13, creative technologies director, Artists with Machines
Roger Luo, MA ‘13, principal AI researcher, Autodesk
Audrey Hamilton, MFA '13, director of marketing, Tenere, Inc.
Darwin Grosse, MA '11, director of education, Cycling '74
Morehshin Allahyari, MA '09, artist
Lisa Ray, MA '05 in Digital Media Studies, video editor/graphics producer, KUSA-TV, NBC Channel 9
Angela Stubauer, MA '04 in Digital Media Studies, junior consultant in digital communications.
Judianne Triglia, MA '04 in Digital Media Studies, executive producer/editor for Merge, Tribune Company
Nils Thingvall, MA '04 in Digital Media Studies, web design specialist for Orange County Library System
Sonya Unrein, MA '03 in Digital Media Studies, co-owner, Ghost Road Press
Marc W. Wren, BA '02 in Digital Media Studies, and Tre Rudig, MA '04 in Digital Media Studies, head art director and web programmer for ManiaTV.
Jennifer Moore-Evans, MA '00 in Digital Media Studies, chief information officer, Radian Group
Peyton Lindley, MA in Digital Media Studies, senior director, Effective, Digital Strategy, Slalom, Inc.
Rodger Luo, MA, '13 Read More
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