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Juliana Lew

Recruiting and Admissions Manager


Juliana Lew stands with large canvases painted in brightly colored geometric patterns


Curriculum Vitae
  • EdD; Edu­ca­tion Pol­icy, Orga­ni­za­tion & Lead­er­ship; Diver­sity & Equity; Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois, Col­lege of Edu­ca­tion; Expected 2022
  • Cer­tifi­cate; Diver­sity, Equity and Inclu­sion in the Work­place; Uni­ver­sity of South Florida, Muma Col­lege of Business
  • MS; Geog­ra­phy & Geol­ogy; His­toric Preser­va­tion; East­ern Michi­gan University
  • BFA; Art & Design; Uni­ver­sity of Michi­gan Stamps School of Art & Design

Juliana (they/them) is an artist, designer, intersectional feminist, and higher education professional. Their academic research is grounded in Critical Race Theory and focuses on understanding systemic barriers to higher education and alternative admissions evaluative processes.

As the Stamps School's Recruiting Coordinator, Juliana travels across North America and Asia identifying and solidifying partnerships with peer institutions, high schools, and community-based organizations, plans and executes events ranging in scale from 6 to over 600 participants, curates communication across many channels to our prospective students, families, and educators, and partners with faculty to engage, educate, and evaluate our prospective students.

Juliana makes creative work that highlights the subject of gender-inequality in both the private and public sectors, and includes overtones of satire mixed with historic religious, museum, and architectural references. In 2016, Juliana founded TriangleWorship as a self-aware, intersectional lifestyle label that experiments with discursive design and creates non-gendered wearables celebrating color and material.