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Andrea Zuchegno

Assistant Professor

Department of Visual Communications Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-4799
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Booth 7A - 1534

Andrea Zuchegno

Assistant Professor

Department of Visual Communications Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

Education

BS, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

585-475-4799

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Shows/Exhibits/Installations
Zuchegno, Andrea. Deaf Aid Cathode. 1-24 Sep. 2017. The Studio Door - Artistry Through Deaf Eyes Exhibition: California, San Diego. Exhibit.
Invited Keynote/Presentation
Schley, Sara and Zuchegno, Andrea. "Accessible Instruction, Faculty Innovation, and Pedagogy." Day-long workshop at SOAR 2: Seeking Options to Add Rigor. Alabama School for the Deaf. Talladega, AL. 12 Jun. 2017. Conference Presentation.

Currently Teaching

NGRP-252
3 Credits
The students will study the Portable Document Format (PDF) file format including defining and applying specifications for color management, file optimization and file security; recognizing and editing PDF documents; and using PDF files in a variety of print and non-print media production workflows. Topics include procedures for making PDF files, and adding interactive features including bookmarks, action button, hyperlinks to internal anchors, and hyperlinks to other documents and Web content. Emphasis is given to file optimization for interactive display size formats, color, and resolution.
NAIS-299
0 Credits
This course provides a ten-week (350 hours) work experience in the field.
NAIS-201
3 Credits
Provides students with an opportunity to prepare for co-op and permanent employment through activities including developing and revising resumes, cover letters and portfolios, completing forms, interviewing, developing strategies for finding job opportunities, and researching targeted companies. Discussions relating to personal finance, communication strategies, adapting to the workplace, tips for job success, and workplace expectations will be included.
FNRT-100
3 Credits
This course will develop students' ability in perceiving worth in objects of art through consideration of fundamental concepts in painting, sculpture and architecture, involving analysis, interpretation and principles of aesthetics.