RI Youth Conservation League volunteers help RISD grad students make habitats for species known to improve coastal water quality.
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As the new head of Apparel Design, British designer Neil Gilks is looking forward to building on RISD’s interdisciplinary “magic.”
Work by students in this spring’s Witness Tree studio is being exhibited at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in New York state.
New graduate Jake Sienkiewycz 15 ID/PH brings his love for the outdoors and everything he learned at RISD to his work at Vermont-based outdoor equipment startup Finn Utility.
Ryan Mather 15 ID is thrilled to start work as an interdisciplinary designer at littleBits – a New York-based company that manufactures DIY electronics kits.
In partnership with LEGO Education, students in an interdisciplinary spring studio imagine digital and analogue interfaces for tactile tools that will shape tomorrow’s classrooms.
RISD launches Slice of Life, an immersive study abroad program in Seoul, Korea.
Two visiting designers from Microsoft offer a workshop for students and alumni interested in designing for people with disabilities.
Poet and provocateur Kenneth Goldsmith 84 SC leads a cross-disciplinary discussion about questions of plagiarism and originality in art, design and higher ed.
Landscape Architecture students work across disciplines to find sustainable solutions to problems associated with Rhode Island’s coastline.
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