Three recent RISD Architecture graduates help
Memorial Sloan-Kettering envision potential solutions to more supportive
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Students are showing a huge
interest in RISD’s growing science curriculum, which allows them to explore the
many ways art, design and science inform and enhance each other.
When Sami Nerenberg 07 ID discovered that a small group of like-minded
people shared her dream of using design to foster social change, she joined
their effort to launch a national design movement on college campuses.
Renowned sculptor Jim Drain 98 SC works with students
during Wintersession to design a site-specific installation for an Art in Embassies
project in Morocco.
When particle physicist Lisa Randall visits RISD as part of the Shared Voices series, she’ll shed light on the very nature of reality.
A new interdisciplinary studio co-taught by architect Lynnette Widder and architectural historian Ijlal Muzaffar culminated
in a thought-provoking conference on architecture for the public good.
Author and life sciences expert Juan Enriquez talks about the game-changing impact of genomics in an open forum at the RISD Auditorium on Thursday, January 5.
Inspired by computers, math and the complexity of contemporary life, Anne Morgan
Spalter MFA 92 PT presents a new body of work in her first New York solo show, called Traffic Circle.
Tino Chow 09 ID, cofounder of the multidisciplinary design studio Big New Ideas, spoke about dreaming and designing at TedxHunstville.
A new healthcare internship program at the Department of Health and Human Services grew out of RISD’s 2011 Make It Better symposium.
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