Now that they have won Fulbrights for the 2016-17 academic year, Miri Kim 16 PT and Midge Wattles 12 PH plan to take full advantage of exciting cross-cultural exchanges.
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Artists, scientists, designers and educators share ideas and stimulate new avenues of thought at RISD’s biennial Design Science Symposium.
Alexandra Ju 16 JM recently presented her robotic jewelry
work at an international conference in the Netherlands.
Grad student Stephanie Muscat MFA 17 DM combines hands-on making skills with a lifelong love of science.
Students in a Wintersession studio focused on whaling travel back in time at the New Bedford Whaling Museum.
A group exhibition curated by Digital + Media faculty members Shona Kitchen, Alyson Ogasian and writer Jennifer Dalton Vincent investigates the human need to explore.
Students collaborate with members of a local retirement community in designing solutions to social issues associated with aging.
In delivering the keynote address at an international gathering of illustrators, Rick Poyner challenged the audience to think about what the title of the symposium really means.
Having just won part of a $1.2-million grant from the National Science Foundation, Brooks Hagan MFA 02 TX is leading RISD’s new Virtual Textiles Research Group.
RISD and PBS LearningMedia provide classroom teachers with online lesson plans highlighting natural connections between art and science.
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