Ruth Lozner is currently Associate Professor of Design, University of Maryland, College Park; previously, at the Parsons School of Design and the University of the Arts, where she was Chair of the Illustration Department.
Her assemblages and paintings have been shown in galleries and museums. Her illustration work has appeared in numerous publications including the
New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic Magazine.
Throughout her career, Ruth Lozner has lectured extensively at various venues (College Art Association Conferences, American Institute of Graphic Artists' Design Educators Conference, University and College Designers Association Conferences,
Maryland Art Education Association Conference, UMD Innovation in Teaching Conferences (and at several art college and universities). She has been elected into and is now co-chair of the Academy of Excellence of Teaching and Learning at UMD, an organization
that encourages and supports innovative pedagogical practices. Currently, she serves on the Education Committee for the Smithsonian National Design Museum, Cooper-Hewitt. She has served on the National Board of the Graphic Artists Guild and is an active member
of AIGA and National Art Education Association. She has been elected as a Fellow at the Royal Society of Arts, in Great Britain.