Senior Graphic Designer
Daniel Kearsey is a graphic design professional with a background in higher education, publication and agency settings. In the Marketing Communications Office, he oversees marketing collateral for the Ambassador Crawford College of Business and Entrepreneurship. In addition, Kearsey teaches Visual Design Media in Taylor Hall on Kent's campus. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from The University of Akron and obtained his Master of Science in User Experience Design from Kent State University.
Off campus, Daniel runs Sixty First Street, an illustration and design studio. His work has won multiple awards and has been featured on MLB.com, The Sporting News, SABR's Baseball Card Research Committee and more. Daniel is the former President of the American Advertising Federation (Akron).
Jason Zehner earned his bachelor's degree in journalism with a focus on newspaper and magazine design from Kent State University in 2004. Prior to joining UCM, he worked as a designer at Advance Display Systems, composing advertising and marketing material in their production department.