Savannah College of Art and Design industrial design senior Anna Haldewang, S/IDSA, has been featured on CNN Tech for developing the Plan Bee prototype—a small, yellow-and-black drone that would spread flower pollen, like a real bee does.
“What could the future of industrial design education look like, not tomorrow—but 25 years, 50 years, or more—from today?” That’s what the organizers of the new IDSA Education Futures—making its debut at the IDSA West District Design Conference (WDDC) 2017—are asking. No idea is too far out there!
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“This NEA grant is key to realizing our vision to inspire the next generation of industrial design innovators by engaging with thousands of kids, teens and families.”
—Stewart Reed, chair, ArtCenter Transportation Design Dept.
The US Department of Commerce is awarding $15 million to move ideas to market and promote innovation. Almost three dozen nonprofits, institutions of higher education—such as Pratt Institute in New York City—and entrepreneurship-focused organizations from 19 states will benefit from the Regional Innovation Strategies Program.
The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) has teamed up with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)—site of IDSA’s Midwest District Design Conference 2016—to develop new ways to improve quality of life for the 50-plus population.