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Morgan Barr

“My supervisors are so supportive and have become mentors to me, with design and just life in general.”

Morgan Barr, BJ '20

Hometown: St. Louis

Graphic Designer

Responsibilities

Design and produce fliers, signage, logos and merchandise for on-campus activities and student organizations to ensure client needs are met; maintain and improve client relations through face-to-face meetings; improve skills in various Adobe design applications such as Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and AfterEffects

Favorite projects

My favorite thing that I’ve done during my time with Student Affairs is all of the Campus Activities Programming Board (CAPB) projects. I have more creative freedom with those and can make the designs really fun and engaging. My favorite CAPB event that I created deliverables for is probably ZouFest. When I became an intern at the beginning of my junior year, this event was the first project I worked on, and this year in my last semester of senior year, I got to give the old design a major facelift. It was crazy to look back at the work I had done three semesters ago and compare it to my new design. My supervisors and I all realized I have really come a long way in my design skills and style.

Zoufest flierBlack Essence flierMizzou Madness promotionSprinkle Some Love promotionWhat Others Say

“We love Morgan’s creative approach to CABP projects. Her creativity and resourcefulness are exceptional no matter if it’s a new design or an update to a previous design. I love how she always brings that creative spark to everything she does.” -Kathy Murray, director, CAPB.

Why You Should Consider This Internship
“Working for Student Affairs is a great way to gain experience in your area of interest and challenge yourself while doing so, all while being supported by a great team and incredible supervisors. I feel very confident that the design and interpersonal skills I have gained through this job will help me to succeed in my future career.”