In a venture called WaterWalla,
RISD and Brown students are working to bring clean water to slum dwellers in the developing world.
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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.
Furniture Design students are showcasing new works made from a recyclable composite material at the 2011 ICFF in New York City.
Student work created as part of RISD’s interdisciplinary Witness Tree course helps the NPS celebrate National Park Week.
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.
At its June 4 Commencement ceremony, RISD will confer
honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degrees on three individuals who have made groundbreaking contributions to the worlds of art, design and education.
Drew Beam 99 IL, Dawn Danby 00 ID and Eric Smith 94 GD are working together to create a series of entertaining educational videos that outline the principles of sustainable design and construction.
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.
In his most recent documentary, producer and director of photography Rhett Turner 98 PH probes an ongoing battle over
water rights in the American Southeast.
At the 2010 A Better World by Design conference, Professor Seth Stem led a workshop focused on the design potential of working with environmentally friendly natural fiber composites.
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