recent news features
Art & Design continues to see a dramatic increase in enrollment in for their degree programs and growing interest in courses from non-majors. This trend has persisted even during the pandemic and there are clear indications it will continue.
Growth in the design programs in Art & Design, combined with the university’s focus on design thinking, iterative processes, and prototyping, will create the need for more hands-on making opportunities on our campus. These learning and research activities require updating resources to serve the current student body and to continue to attract strong freshmen.
The project was featured on WCIA evening news with an accompanying article.
It was also featured in an article in the News Gazette.