Students and faculty in Industrial Design have contributed to a project that’s helping people cope with the public health crisis of opioid overdose.
Thanks to generous support from Hasbro, local high school students benefitted from the opportunity to explore the possibilities of toy and game design at RISD.
After earning a Somerson Scholarship, graduate student Sanié Bokhari MFA 18 PT is able to evolve her artistic voice by commenting on her experiences as a Pakistani living in America.
Rising senior Dennis Krawec 18 ID is studying Chinese in Beijing and preparing for an unconventional final year at RISD.
Comic book artists Sonny Liew 01 IL, Erica Henderson 08 FAV and Anne Szabla 10 IL collected multiple Eisner Awards at Comic-Con 2017.
Members of two Congressional caucuses announce the new STEM to STEAM Act of 2017 at a briefing on Capitol Hill.
Starting this fall, RISD’s newest Fulbright recipients will work with international experts to make breakthroughs in a diverse range of fields.
As one of the first recipients of the new Rosanne Somerson Scholarship, Levi Campello 19 AP is pleased to be able to focus on his studio work without worrying about finances.
Funding from a $280,000 EAGER grant will enable RISD to develop a maker space and K–12 curriculum focused on bio-design and its relationship to real-world problems.