- Design Educator with 4+ years of experience teaching over 700 students at 5 universities.
- Currently teaching design history at Cal State Long Beach and Western Carolina University, while recently teaching at Cal State LA.
- Formerly trained as a graphic designer, Nate was fortunate enough to work or study under four AIGA Medalists in Los Angeles: April Greiman, Ed Fella, Lorraine Wild, and Louise Sandhaus. Each of them received the AIGA Medal, which is the highest honor one can receive in the field of professional graphic design.
Nate holds an MA in History of Design from the Royal College of Art, an MA in Aesthetics and Politics from CalArts, and a BFA in Graphic Design from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
Writing and research focused on design history, specifically graphic design, typography, printing, and the history of the book.
- Nate Schulman was the only American worldwide awarded the American Friends of the V&A Scholarship, which fully funded his studies in the V&A/RCA History of Design MA program. The award was worth £55,000 ($90,000 US in 2012), covering all overseas tuition fees for the two years of the course as well as a maintenance grant.
- Nate’s graphic designs have been exhibited nationally, and his design writing has been published internationally.
- Nate has given public presentations and refereed academic conference presentations on design history.