Laura Lineberry has been a full-time instructor in UA’s the Department of Art and Art History in digital media and graphic design since 2006. She was an adjunct instructor of graphic design from 2000 to 2006. Before she began teaching, she worked in Marketing Communications at the Capstone for nineteen years, including as art director, graphic designer and illustrator. With more than thirty years experience in the field of graphic design, she has won numerous local, regional and national graphic design awards, as well as had students win many awards under her guidance (Loupe spring 2014). In 2017, American Advertising Federation Tuscaloosa awarded Lineberry Best of Show, making her fourth time to win that award. In 2016, she won two AAF Tuscaloosa’s Silver ADDYs: for work completed for Alabama Alumni Magazine and her role in the updated branding architecture for UA. Laura Lineberry is a board member of several civic organizations and charities including Sister Cities International, Easter Seals of West Alabama, and Friends of Drish. She is faculty advisor for the Honors College student-run publication Mosaic Magazine.
M.A., The University of Alabama