Designing for Activism and Advocacy
Art + Design graduate student Saige Martin is exploring design activism and advocacy to challenge peoples perceptions and to push beyond their comfort zones.
Flexible is Key to Successful Collaboration
Cameron Westbrook is a graduate student in the final semester of his Master of Architecture degree.
5 Questions with Laura Wyker
Hot off her recent win at the Lulu eGames, design student Laura Wyker's collection of hand-crafted handbags will be on display at the Art2Wear runway show.
Graduate School To Honor Outstanding Faculty Mentors
The Graduate School is asking students to nominate their professors for the Outstanding Graduate Faculty Mentor Awards. Nominations will be accepted until Nov. 30.
How Much Green Do We Need?
Recent Ph.D. graduate Sonika Rawal believes her research findings will be relevant to those who design urban parks and open spaces, and it offers a clear direction for stress relief – get outside.
Chuck and Marjorie Flink: Influence for the Future of Landscape Architecture
-Written by Monique Delage Renowned greenway designer Chuck Flink and his wife Marjorie have earmarked a future multilevel estate gift to the College of Design that will support graduate landscape architecture student fellowships, a faculty endowment fund, and a landscape […]