On Sept. 1, Danielle Lamberson Philipp will join the CALS Office of External Relations as a graphic designer.
She comes to CALS from the UW-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies where she worked for 10 years in various roles, primarily as a graphic designer. Lamberson Philipp’s work at Nelson included the design and layout of In Common, the institute’s biannual magazine for alumni and friends. She also has six years of experience as a freelance graphic designer, and she holds a bachelor’s degree in art from Ohio Dominican College and a master’s of fine art in painting from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Lamberson Philipp will serve as principle designer for Grow magazine and will coordinate the design and production of the college’s publications and promotional materials in both print and digital formats. She will also maintain a uniform graphic identity for the college and consult with faculty and staff throughout CALS on matters of design and production.
CALS employees looking for assistance with graphic design projects should fill out a request form located on the CALS Logos and Templates web page and submit it to both Nik Hawkins, editor of Grow and CALS publications manager, and Lamberson Philipp.
The graphic design position was previously held by Diane Doering, who spent 38 years with CALS before retiring in July 2017.