Joining the Baylor Law in 2013, Nick Teixeira helps the Law School put its best visual foot forward.
For three years during his undergraduate studies at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, Nick worked as an ad designer for The Roundup, the university's student newspaper.
After earning his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Nick formed a new relationship with his alma mater and joined NMSU's creative team in the University Communications and Marketing Services department as a graphic designer, illustrator, and web designer. During his seven years there, Nick not only designed printed materials for nearly every department and college on campus, but also administered and maintained numerous internal websites, and created many online and digital advertisements.
Working as a graphic designer and production specialist at a commercial printing facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico also gave Nick the opportunity to gain valuable insight into the mechanics of commercial printing.
Nick's work has been recognized by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE district IV), the Higher Ed Marketing Report, the New Mexico Press Women's Association and the National Federation of Press Women. He was also named a 2008 Amazing Aggie, an internal NMSU recognition award.
Nick was an active member of the University and College Designers Association.
Nick and his wife have two children.