PAUL V. FLEMING, M.A.
Paul is a senior graphic designer with University Marketing. In addition to many other projects, Paul's attention to detail and scope can be seen in most of the magazines produced for OSU's academic colleges. Paul also is the art director for OSU's award-winning athletics magazine, POSSE.
Paul's background is one of the department's most unique. He has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, a bachelor's of fine arts in graphic design and an advertising minor from Oklahoma State and a master's in mass communications from OSU.
Paul served in the U.S. Navy from 1980 to 1986 rising to the rank of lieutenant. The bulk of his time was spent in a surface warfare aboard the nuclear-powered aircraft carriers USS Carl Vinson and USS Dwight D. Eisenhower. He earned many commendations and awards during his service; among them were the Meritorious Unit Commendation, Admiral Flatley Memorial Award, Commanding Officer's Letter of Commendation and the Navy Expeditionary Medal.
Paul left the Navy to study graphic design, and he joined OSU in 1990. In addition to his work on marketing projects, he also mentors University Marketing's student design interns. He also volunteers to mentor Upward Bound students interested in graphic design.
In addition to praise from clients, his work has earned more than 45 state and national awards for excellence, including two Celebrate State awards from OSU as well as honors from the University and College Designers Association and the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association.
Paul has a great deal of experience leading projects and working with clients from all corners of OSU.
He is well-versed in a variety of media from the smallest brochure up to the largest magazine. Also, his communications background makes him particularly adept at helping clients refine their message and develop a publication design that fits, creating an end product that effectively communicates a client's message.
Paul is an avid music fan, especially of bands such as The Who and the Moody Blues. He lives in Stillwater with his wife, Pam. His stepdaughter, Lindsey, is an English teacher at the Margaret Hudson Program campus in Tulsa.