Muriel Cooper

Muriel Cooper became the first Design Director of MIT Press in 1967. In 1974, Cooper founded the Visible Language Workshop (VLW) with Ron MacNeil, out of a course titled "Messages and Means," focusing on graphic design. She was a fellow at the MIT Center for Advanced Visual Studies from 1976-1977 and in 1985, the VLW became a founding component of the MIT Media Lab.

  • Research affiliate 1976 – 1977
1925 – 1994.