Aziza Cyamani, IDSA
Instructor, Kansas State University
IDEA Jury Member, 2021-22
Aziza Cyamani is a multidisciplinary designer with experience in user-centered design, visual communication, product development, and sustainable systems. Her education background includes a bachelor’s degree in Creative Design with a specialization in Media Design from Kigali Institute of Science and Technology and master’s degrees in Industrial Design and Sustainable Environments from Iowa State University.
Aziza currently works as an Instructor at Kansas State University, teaching industrial design studios and visual communication in the department of Interior Architecture and Industrial Design. Her research interests center upon investigating the integration of crosscutting topics in design education, particularly focusing on semantics in regard to objects in diverse cultures, as well as social impacts of post-consumer products. Her passion is using her design skills to create entities that promote equity for all.
Aziza is originally from Kigali, Rwanda. She enjoys storytelling, a practice she grew up around, and enjoys sharing with her students. In her free time, you will find her planning adventures that include thrift shops, nature, food, and dance.