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.
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At Critical Design/Critical Futures, makers, writers, practitioners and educators exchanged ideas about the ways contemporary design influences forthcoming political, social and economic engagement.
Two visiting designers from Microsoft offer a workshop for students and alumni interested in designing for people with disabilities.
The Career Center’s Design Portfolio Review offers students the opportunity to meet with hundreds of potential employers.
Jules Sherman 94 ID offers both hospital clinicians and students at Stanford’s d.school a fresh perspective on developing products, services and systems for challenging healthcare settings.
Seoul-based designer Han Seok Nam MIA 08 is working to bring his compact Archibot to market as a means of minimizing human error.
RISD students networked with representatives from influential companies at Internship Connect, the latest RISD Career Center event.
Accepted to Pixar’s summer internship program, Saad Moosajee 16 GD learned cutting-edge animation techniques.
Summer interns at the Nature Lab worked to visualize the effects of climate change on marine plankton.
Based on the strength of his portfolio, Daniel Giuditta 14 GD got a job offer from Facebook before he had even graduated.
Former scholarship recipient Joe Gebbia 05 ID/GD creates a significant endowed scholarship to support the next generation of art and design innovators.
President Somerson and RISD students introduced a new interactive tool at last week’s House STEAM Caucus briefing in Washington, DC.
This week 46 seniors in Film/Animation/Video are premiering their final live action and animated films at nightly public screenings.
Amy Bernhardt 95 PR is thrilled to have won significant funding from the Rhode Island Foundation to launch a state-of-the-art digital textile printing facility in Providence.
The first recipients of RISD 2050 Fund grants imagine radical changes in art and design education in response to a rapidly changing world.
Students work with Designtex to develop edgy, large-scale installations for downtown Providence.
Almost six years after becoming president of RISD, John Maeda is leaving to accept a new position in Silicon Valley.
At the Career Center’s latest Internship Connect Event, students weighed the options for working with a wide range of interesting employers.
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