Molly Schoenhoff is an artist, graphic designer and design educator with particular interests in regenerative culture, visual poetics, typography, design history and cultural studies. She graduated from University of Cincinnati and holds an MFA in graphic design from Rhode Island School of Design. She resides in Athens, Ohio, where she teaches graphic design, bookmaking and letterpress printing and graduate studies at Ohio University. Previously she was on the faculty at Arizona State University and University of Dayton. She has also held teaching appointments at Rhode Island School of Design and Miami University. Her work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Artists, Society for Environmental Graphic Designers, Society of Typographic Arts, Print Magazine, and American Center for Design. She has been published in the Journal for Intercultural Communication Studies and American Indian Quarterly, and at various design conferences.