Meet Jennifer Christiansen, Senior Graphics Designer at Scientific American on Monday, March 4, 2019 at 4:30pm in
the Friend Center, Princeton University.
This event is sponsored by the Keller Center,
free and open to the public. Please rsvp.
Refreshments will be available.
Jen Christiansen is senior graphics
editor at Scientific American, where she art directs and produces illustrated
information graphics and data visualizations. She completed undergraduate
studies in geology and art at Smith College, then happily merged the two disciplines
in the scientific illustration graduate program at UC Santa Cruz. She began her
publishing career in New York at Scientific American in 1996, moved to
Washington, DC to join the art department of National Geographic, spent four
years as a freelance science communicator, then rejoined the Scientific
American team in 2007. She’s a regular contributor to SA Visual—the Scientific
American art blog—writing on topics ranging from reconciling her love for art
and science, to her quest to learn more about the pulsar chart on Joy
Division's Unknown Pleasures album cover.
Sponsored by the William Pierson Field Lecture
Series and the Keller Center.