Sandy Wheeler is an associate professor of Graphic Design. From 1993–99 she was a senior designer in Cambridge, Mass., developing and designing interpretive exhibitions for numerous institutions, including New Mexico’s Office of Cultural Affairs; the Smithsonian; SITES; the U.S. National Park Service; and the Strong Museum. In Boston, she taught at Northeastern University and Massachusetts College of Art. She co-edited and co-designed Meggs: Making Graphic Design History, co-authored and co-designed Working With Type 5: Exhibitions. Her work has been recognized in I.D. Magazine’s Annual Design Review, Print’s Regional Design Annual, Metropolis Magazine, and the American Association of Museums. Wheeler received her MFA in visual communications from VCUarts, and BA from California State University, Chico.