Tamie Glass, veteran educator and author of the Interior Design Educators Council’s 2020 book of the year Prompt: Socially Engaging Objects and Environments, will be giving the first spring Hyde lecture titled “Prompting Healthful Partnerships,” at 4 p.m., Feb. 26, at Nebraska Union’s Swanson Auditorium.
In Nov. 2023, junior design student Kahlil Davis attended an information session for Microsoft during the SDCT Career City Limits Speaker Series (CCL). This summer, he’ll be working as a design intern in Redmond, WA for the technology giant.
Author and "Intentional Networker" Patti DeNucci led the workshop “Build Your Conversation and Networking Confidence with Patti DeNucci” for UT students on Feb. 5. DeNucci believes striking authentic and meaningful conversations — whether in a 30-minute interview or 30-second elevator ride — opens space for professional growth and personal fulfillment.
As professionals, leaders, and educators in design and creative technologies, we are frequently asked how we feel about the proliferation of artificial intelligence (AI) tools both on campus and in our respective professional fields. Here is our response.
Last Friday marked the grand opening of the Rob Roy Kelly Wood Type (RRK) exhibition at the Visual Arts Center. On display until Feb. 10, the collection showcases the personal projects of design students who participated in the RRK residency over the summer.
In a world increasingly dominated by technology, the realm of game design and interactive media stands out as a dynamic and thriving field that offers an exciting and potentially lucrative career path. Newsweek recognizes SDCT as one of the top academic programs in 2024 for those interested in pursuing this field.
According to Stanford University, the building blocks of belonging might be more tangible than you’d think. Design department chair Kate Canales reflects on Susie Wise's microresidency in the program while Wise was writing her contribution to the book Design for Belonging.
A spotlight on extraordinary startups in the health care field, all of which have been founded by individuals from East Asian communities. Endless Health, co-founded by Cooper Galvin and Jiabao Li, is a one-stop-shop for cardiovascular health based in Austin, Texas.