Sarah Andrews-Collier, Professor of Theatre & Film and Associate Dean, College of the Arts, teaches design and supervises student production projects and internships. She designed over 65 productions affilated with Portland State University before becoming Chair in 2002, including recent designs for The Cherry Orchard and Death of a Salesman (1999), All in the Timing (2000), Arcadia (2001), and Othello (2002). She has additonal regional design credits, including Never the Sinner (Artist's Repertory Theater), Tartuffe and Smoke on the Mountain (Oregon Stage Company), Never in My Lifetime (New Rose Theatre), Hedda Gabler (Lewis & Clark College), MacBeth (Pacific University), television commercials, and OPB. She was awarded a Drammy Award for Best Costume Design by Portland Drama Critics Circle for Twelfth Night (Tygres Heart Shakespeare Company. Her directing credits include Working and The Good Times are Killing Me (PSU) and Still Life (Wilson Ctr for the Performing Arts). Also at PSU, Andrews-Collier has been Secretary to the Faculty since 1994, and President of American Association of University Professors from 1998 to 2002. She holds MA degrees from the Courtauld Institute of Art at University of London (Architectural History) and PSU (Theatre).