Subscribe
Subscribe
MY AMERICAN SCIENTIST
LOG IN! REGISTER!
SEARCH
 
Logo IMG
HOME > AUTHORS > Author Detail
Barbara Aulicino

Biography

Barbara Aulicino joined the staff of American Scientist as a graphic artist in 2000 and became the art director in 2004. Previously, she was a document designer at the American Board of Pediatrics where she also worked on multimedia projects. She has worked as a graphic artist in New York and in North Carolina. She studied art at Pratt Institute, and received a BA degree in fine art from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York. She attended a 2013 Interactive Designer Workshop at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and she looks forward to being involved in interactive design projects for Sigma Xi and American Scientist.


By this author :

Blog

STEM Books for Older Children

STEM Books for Young Children

The Making of a Xenotext

Color Selections: With Penguins, It's Not All Black and White

Slideshow: Where the Xingu Bends and Will Soon Break

The Cool Factor: Air Conditioning's History in Images

The Voodoo Science of Choosing a Successful Cover

“Fascinating, Jim”: 9 Movies for a SciFi Icon’s Birthday

Charles Darwin on Social Media

Multimedia

Slideshow: Where the Xingu Bends and Will Soon Break

The Living World in Eight Mandalas


 

EMAIL TO A FRIEND :