Dana Scott is a multi-disciplinary artist and educator working in the Philadelphia area. Her professional work, ranging from photography to installation, focuses on translations of natural form and awareness of detail based in aesthetics, exploration and composition.
Her pedagogy focuses on Foundation Studies, including Design and Design Thinking, as well as Educational Assessment. She is currently the Director of Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes at Thomas Jefferson University, East Falls Campus, an Associate Professor in the School of Design and Engineering in Kanbar College of Design, Engineering, and Commerce (DEC), and
the Program Director for the DEC Core Curriculum.
Her teaching history includes 2D and 3D Design, Drawing, Art History, Design Thinking and Business Modeling, and First Year Seminar courses.