Students participating in this year’s Alternative Spring Break project traveled to Washington, DC to investigate a diversity of approaches to political activism.
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Recent grad Patricia Dranoff 15 ID aims to develop tools that make a lasting difference in the lives of people in West Africa and beyond.
Graduate students just starting out in Industrial Design work to invigorate the dialogue around nuclear disarmament.
MLK 2016 keynote speaker Andrew Young honors King’s legacy with an inspirational, forward-thinking talk at RISD.
On January 22 former UN Ambassador Andrew J. Young, Jr. will deliver the keynote address in RISD’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Series.
Students collaborate with members of a local retirement community in designing solutions to social issues associated with aging.
Sophomore Dennis Krawec 18 ID is determined to take advantage of every resource and experience RISD has to offer.
Now that he has been named a 2015–16 Changemaker Fellow, William Zheng 17 ID hopes to inspire other students to pursue their interest in socially conscious startups.
All 95 undergraduate and graduate student in Interior Architecture collaborated on this year’s five-day charette, a challenge to design a better classroom for young children with autism.
Noted activist Tim Wise speaks to the RISD community about combatting systemic racism and making socially relevant artwork.
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