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Date: 2015

Unmaking Waste Conference
Professors Inna Alesina and Lori Rubeling join other participants from around the world to present at the Unmaking Waste 2015 Conference

AVCD faculty, Inna Alesina and Lori Rubeling presented their paper, The Medium is the Message: Reinvesting in Environments and Communities Changes Habits – Station North Arts and Entertainment District Case Study, at the Unmaking Waste conference, University of South Australia, Adelaide on May 23, 2015.

80 delegates from across the globe shared exhibitions, research, sustainable pedagogies and publications that address un-making waste. The conference theme, Redefining waste as value, was explored in four organizing themes: value-centered practices and processes; designing sustainable organizational structures; economies and markets; and design methodologies.

To explore these topics you can go to the conference proceedings micro site: Unmaking Waste 2015

Silkscreen Workshop
Students explore the hands-on technique of silkscreen printing

Students in ART 315: Surface Design had the opportunity to step away from the computers and participate in a silkscreen workshop during class. They created their own patterns on different materials in order to learn the ins and outs of this technique.

Rod Cook and Heather Harris
Amanda Hostalka, Rod Cook, Dr. Lack, Dr. Heather Harris, and Dr. Manning at the Faculty Recognition Dinner.
 
Congratulations to Adjunct Professor Rod Cook and Business Communication Professor Heather Harris, Ph.D. for receiving the Rose Dawson Excellence in Teaching Award at the Faculty Recognition Dinner on April 21, 2015....Click here to read more.

Integrity Posters
Students display their posters for Academic Integrity

Business Communication majors in the Introduction to Corporate Design class were tasked with creating a poster for the University’s new Office of Academic Integrity. Goals of the project were to make academic integrity engaging and meaningful to students using edgy, creative thinking. Students were encouraged to tie their message into Stevenson University’s culture.

Organized as a student competition with an exhibition-voting system, this collaborative project aimed to engage the Stevenson Community in the conversation about academic integrity.

This campaign includes collaboration between several design classes taught by Visiting Assistant Professor Inna Alesina, Academic Integrity Officer Ms. Theresa W. Gillis, and photography students led by Professor Elena Volkova.

Kilgour STEM logo
Ashleigh Kilgour’s Design Selected as Logo for Inaugural Maryland STEM Festival
 
Congratulations to AVCD student Ashleigh Kilgour on having her design selected as the official logo for the Inaugural Maryland STEM Festival which takes place November 6-15, 2015.  
 
 
 
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