Craig M. Vogel, FIDSA
IDSA President, 1997-1998
Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & Research, UC DAAP
Professor Craig Vogel, FIDSA, is associate dean for graduate studies and research at the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (UC DAAP). He is co-founder of the Livewell Collaborative. Vogel is an IDSA Fellow and former IDSA president. In 2015, he was recognized as one of 50 Notable IDSA Members in IDSA's INNOVATION magazine.
Vogel is co-author of Creating Breakthrough Products and Design of Things to Come. He was recognized as one of the most admired professors in architecture and design in the United States by Design Intelligence for 2008 and 2011. Vogel is conference co-chair of the International Association of Societies of Design Research (IASDR) planning committee; and chair of conferences for IDSA (Polar Opposites 2008), AIGA Design Educators (Connecting the Dots: Research, Education, and Practice 2014) and as director of wats:ON? (1996–2000) at Carnegie Melon University.
Vogel earned an undergraduate degree in psychology at Marist College and a master's degree in industrial design from Pratt Institute. He has taught at School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Institute of Design; Illinois Institute of Technology; and the School of Architecture at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. Vogel has lectured on design history and design theory at universities in the United States and the Far East.