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Dean Rick Williams is an international, award winning arts and visual communications scholar and documentary photographer and is the Dean of the Division of the Arts at Lane Community College. His research includes theoretical and practical explorations in the use of arts and visual communication as pedagogical tools that help students integrate rational and intuitive intelligences to enhance creativity, intelligence, problem solving, decision making and performance across academic and professional disciplines and life practices. He has published numerous articles and chapters for major journals and books in communications and his own books include an ethnographic/photographic study, Working Hands and Visual Communication: Integrating Media, Art and Science with co-author Dr. Julianne Newton. Dean Williams founded and directs ArtsWork in Education, a non-profit educational organization that works with schools and academic teachers to integrate arts learning processes into core academic subject curricula to facilitate the highest levels of creativity, problem solving and decision making and enhance academic, professional and life performance and achievement.