UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN – STOUT SCHOOL OF ART & DESIGN
Nicole Juza is a senior graphic design student at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She is pursuing an undergraduate degree majoring in both communication design and interaction design with a minor in printmaking. Nicole has interned at the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum, and currently holds a position as a graphic designer and photographer on campus. She designs to engage and communicate across print and digital media, and her imagination thrives when faced with complex problems and her ambition and dedication to the creative process cause her to constantly challenge herself to learn more. She readily seeks opportunities for creative growth abroad – she has studied art and design in Italy, Greece, Germany, and the Netherlands, with hopes of traveling to Japan next.
WHERE WERE YOU BORN AND WHERE DO YOU LIVE NOW?
I was born in Oconomowoc WI and wow I live in Menomonie WI.
LEFTY OR RIGHTY?
MORNING PERSON OR NIGHT OWL?
10% morning person, 90% night owl
FICTIONAL OR HISTORICAL CHARACTER YOU IDENTIFY WITH?
Remy from Ratatouille
Life of Pi
FAVORITE TV BINGE WATCH?
FAVORITE SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORM?
Instagram, of course
A History of the Infinite
FAVORITE FINE ARTIST?
LAST BOOK YOU READ?
Still Life by A. S. Byatt
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
FAVORITE FREE TIME ACTIVITY?
DO YOU PLAY A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT?
I played the recorder once
IF YOU WERE NOT A DESIGNER, WHAT WOULD YOU BE?
A MANTRA OR SAYING YOU LIVE BY?
“Everything happens for a reason.”