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.
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Alumni help design an incubator for the developing world that makes use of the limited parts and expertise available in remote regions of the world.
with teenagers who face real social and economic challenges, RISD student
teachers are gaining valuable experience as they help high school students find
the focus and confidence needed to succeed in college.
faculty and alumni lend their expertise to help Haitians rebuild.
Students work with Earth University to plan a new campus tailored to local needs, climate and terrain.
Two students team up to design an affordable new dining hall for a remote secondary school that is able to be built by the students and faculty themselves.
RISD’s Interior Architecture Department has partnered with Brown University’s Center for Environmental Studies to further research passive solar applications in architecture.
Students explored the meaning of play and developed ideas for new board games in a partnered studio with Hasbro/Cranium, the popular board game “for your whole brain.”
RISD students work with Sakonnet Vineyards to design an eye-catching label that captures the essence of a fruity new vintage.
For the Solar Pavilion Collaborative Research Project, RISD and Brown researchers are working with Viessmann Manufacturing Company to build a small demonstration structure powered by a thermal electric system.
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