The Right to Home: An Interview with Tasoulla Hadjiyanni

Professor Tasoulla Hadjiyanni

Professor Tasoulla Hadjiyanni’s (Interior Design) latest book studies interior design’s role in addressing health, income, and educational inequities. Hadjiyanni’s work demonstrates the importance of critically examining home environments and reinforces the idea that social inequalities are, in part, spatially constructed.

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It All Comes Back to the Outdoors: An Interview with Ben Leibham (B.S. ’18, Product Design)

Testing out a VL Mountaineering backpack in Rocky Mountain National Park

A member of the inaugural product design class, Ben Leibham (B.S. ‘18, Product Design), combined his interests in art, engineering, and business to create his own business, Summit Prototyping & Design, LLC.

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Make Space: Women in Architecture

Make Space: Women in Architecture event poster.

The work and accomplishments of female architects have historically been overlooked in the profession. To help address this issue, the Women in Architecture Student Organization (WIASO), in collaboration with the School of Architecture, presents the lecture series Make Space: Women in Architecture.

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