November 11, 2013
News and Events
Imagery from Matt Spaniol's Poster presentation for the first annual APDesign Research Symposium is shown in the header above. Matt presented the research which forms a basis for programnimg of his thesis project next semester. Several IAPD students participated in the event Saturday. Linda Sorrento, National Academy of Environmental Design a special guest for the Symposium, delivered the keynote presentation.
As we approach upcoming breaks in the semester, I urge you to be vigilant about reporting any strangers wandering (especially into studios) Seaton and Seaton Court and about keeping studio doors locked when nobody is present.
IAPD Alumni Kayla Sorensen (2012) and Scott Schmidt, both Industrial Designers with HON, partnered in the Mobile Worker/ Mobile Office project with IAPD 3rd year students (Dave Richter-O'Connell's studio). The final review occurred on Friday and the full-scale prototypes are still set up in two locations: Seaton Court 106D (outside the Laser Room) and Seaton Court 114C - I encourage you to check out these well-conceived and crafted office environments!
This Week's Reviews
Reviews occur this week on Monday and Wednesday afternoon from 1:30-4:30 in Seaton 104 for Ryadi Adityavarman's section of 2nd year studio's Artist Loft Project.
IIDA Student Sustainable Design Competition
Check out the IIDA Student Sustainable Design Competitionhere. You can submit a studio project, and it is open to IIDA student members and non-members. Must be submitted by November 15 so don't delay!
The new Form 1 3D printer (the first of two) is in and set up! It prints using an UV cured resin with layer thicknesses that are measured in Microns (one micron = 3.93700787 × 10-5 inches, not the Pens). If you want to print or just check it out, contact Dustin (it's in his office printing things as you read this). Dustin Headley Seaton Court 219.
EPA's People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) Program for the 2014-2015 school year. In its 10th year, EPA's P3 program fosters team-based learning, interdisciplinary effort and class-to-real-world experience. Take this opportunity for the 2014-15 school year to excite your students about making a difference in the world today. Hear from past students about their experience with the program: Students Talk about EPA's P3 Program. Find the official Request for Applications and instructions on how to apply here: 11th Annual P3 Awards: A National Student Design Competition for Sustainability
2014 American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers Graduate Research Fellowship $7,500 Award
Matriculated full time graduate students are invited to submit a proposal for a fellowship to fund a research study focusing on healthcare interior design issues. The American Academy of Healthcare Interior Designers (AAHID) fellowship is open to all graduate-level students who are interested in research on healthcare interior environments.Learn more here.
ASID Student Competition: Shelter is due before January 26, 2014. Learn more here! Create a temporary shelter that addresses and supports the health, safety, and welfare of a community in crisis? Show us your solution and you could win $2,000 and national recognition of your work—exposing your talent to over 28,000 ASID designers! The winner will also be flown out to Los Angeles for a one-night stay to attend the ASID Awards Gala, Celebration in June 2014.
Wednesday Nov 13: Lunch 'n Learn Pierce Commons
Thursday Nov 14: IAPD Faculty Meeting
Friday Nov 15: Annual Wine & Cheese 8:00
Wednesday Nov 20: 3rd Year Meeting 5:45 Seaton 63(Mandatory for all 3rd Year Students)