The SDS community extends a big congratulations to the 1st year Ms SDM students selected to be part of The DO School’s Innovate NYC 2018 cohort this summer! The team will include Aryanna Martin, Cristina Iregui Casas, Adam Chagani and Renuka Parashar.
As participants in Innovate NYC, these students – along with 15 other students from New York universities – will be tasked with building an empathy-driven understanding of a system which currently offers unequal access to youths in career development opportunities. This “Future Pathways Challenge” will have the team looking into how they might enable youth from under-resourced communities bridge the gap between education and employment – creating pathways to meaningful, family-sustaining careers!
The fourth annual Design Intelligence Conference will be held on April 1, 2017 at Parsons the New School of Design. Hosted by the MS Strategic Design and Management department, the conference will feature panel discussion, keynote, skill-based workshops and networking opportunities for students,
The weeklong studio intensive was full of exciting events, course work and research. It was a chance for the online students of the MS-SDM program to visit the school and experience New York City. They also had the opportunity to use the making centre for a 5 day collaborative sprint where they
Artefact is a Seattle based design and innovation firm that uses strategy, human-centered design, and technology to advance meaningful change. Offering a world class team comprised of researchers, strategists, interaction designers, visual designers, industrial designers and software
Rhea Alexander, Director and founder of the Parsons Elab, Assistant Professor of Strategic Design and Management, Aaron Fry Associate Professor of Design Strategies and Research Assistant Samar Ladhib published first academic paper on the Elab. Abstract: The “great recession” of 2008-09 in the
The Kauffman Inclusion Challenge Supports Institutions that are Helping Women and People of Color Succeed as Socially Engaged Entrepreneurs and Intrapreneurs The New School’s Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative Supports Graduate Students in the Development of Innovative, Market-driven Ideas
Fabrics and textiles impact our climate — a lot. How can we spark a materials revolution by rethinking how we value and use them? Two teams comprising of 6 students from the MS-SDM Program were declared as the winners and Finalists in MIT Climate Colab – Nike Materials Matter 2016. The
Graduate students and undergraduate seniors at The New School are invited to participate in our Chocathon: Re-imagine the Godiva Chocolate Experience from Friday, November 11 through Sunday, November 13. Design the sustainable chocolate experience from the bean up! In this three-day workshop,