About Karin Hodgin Jones
Karin Hodgin Jones is the program coordinator for the Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Design program. She received her MFA in studio art in 2008 and her master of urban planning degree in 2016, both from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She holds a BFA in intermedia art with sculpture and film emphases from the University of Utah (2004). She teaches in the Sustainable Design program and the Studio Art program in the School of Art and Design. Her teaching covers object life-cycle assessments and data visualization strategies, critical engagement with historical and contemporary sustainability practices, and sustainable digital art and sculptural practices. In her planning work, she develops evaluative strategies for effective collection and management of electronic devices and electronic waste. She lectures and advises on best practices for developing sustainable institutional electronics and e-waste management policies in museums, libraries, and archives.