For most people, tending to gorillas in the midst of lush African greenery is the stuff of adventurous dreams.
Six faculty members win 2050 Fund grants to pursue exciting new initiatives this fall.
This fall RISD will launch a new concentration in Nature-Culture-Sustainability Studies (NCSS).
As the situation in the Central African Republic goes from bad to worse, students who completed last semester’s Combat and Culture: War in Public Consciousness, a course taught by Senior Lecturer Tom Roberts, are responding to the news with a heightened awareness and a new understanding that war is endemic to human civilization, a chain of violence reaching back through time.
Seven students traveled to the steamy Caribbean nation of Guyana during Wintersession as part of RISD’s South American travel course Exploring the Art + Science of Biodiversity in Guyana.
Chicago native Claire Niederberger 14 GD says that when she first came to RISD, she was planning to major in Sculpture.
Elizabeth Early von Oehsen 14 IL understands firsthand the unbridled creative power waiting to be unlocked within a young mind.
Long before music fans in the US listened to songs on iPods, they listened to music while also seeing it performed in concert halls and makeshift coliseums.
As an institution, RISD has been leading the way in advocating for art and design as integral to – not separate from – science and innovation, with major recent initiatives likeSTEM to STEAM and the National Science Foundation's EPSCoR grant.