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  • New Masters

    05/16/2011
    Graduate students in 16 disciplines showcase their work in a culminating exhibition, opening May 19th at the Providence Convention Center.

  • Designs to Make a Difference

    05/10/2011
    As the first RISD student to win the highly coveted Gensler Diversity Scholarship, Nathalie Jolivert BArch 12 hopes to gain valuable architectural experience to bring home to Haiti after graduation.

  • Japanese Art to Offer Relief

    04/06/2011
    Aki Ishida of the Architecture faculty works with students to present their Japanese paper installation as part of a benefit at the Japan Society in NYC.

  • Creativity Cubed

    03/29/2011
    Professors Markus Berger and Peter Dean lead a collaborative triad between RISD, Brown University and a team of RISD alumni in thinking outside the box – or in this case, redesigning the box entirely to creatively repurpose shipping containers.

  • Reaching New Heights of Creativity

    03/09/2011
    RISD alumnus Kenneth Lewis BArch 83 returned to campus to talk about the creativity and the challenges that went into redesigning and rebuilding the World Trade Center site in New York.

  • Fulbright Cites RISD as a Top Producer of Scholars

    11/17/2010
    In 2010 RISD topped the list of special schools graduating students who qualify for Fulbright grants, with seven recent alumni currently pursuing research abroad.

  • Running Away with the Gypsies

    10/25/2010
    English Professor Mike Fink, who has taught at RISD for more than half a century, contemplates the meaning of his neighbor’s exotic “gypsy caravan.”

  • Schools for Haiti

    10/25/2010
    Architecture faculty and alumni lend their expertise to help Haitians rebuild.

  • ISUS + RISD Address Global Water Issues

    10/21/2010
    Co-founded by RISD Professor Elizabeth Dean Hermann, the Institute for Sustainable Urban Societies develops innovative solutions to the complex issues facing dense metropolises in the world’s most endangered coastal zones.

  • Designing a Sustainable Campus in Costa Rica

    10/21/2010
    Students work with Earth University to plan a new campus tailored to local needs, climate and terrain.

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