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2017 Design Science Seminar Series

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This past month, Integrative Systems + Design offered students the opportunity to learn from some of the nation’s brightest minds through the third annual Design Science Seminar Series. Beginning on October 27, 2017 and continuing throughout November, the seminar series introduced students to four academic professionals who practice design science in their fields.

The 2017 series included talks given by:

  • Dr. Tahira Reid, ISD 2017 Alumni Merit Award Recipient and Assistant Professor in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University
  • Dr. Nathan Johnson, Assistant Professor and Director of the Laboratory for Energy and Power Solutions at Arizona State University
  • Dr. Matt Parkinson, Professor of Engineering Design and Mechanical Engineering at Penn State University
  • John S Gero, Research Professor at University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Krasnow Institute of Advanced Study

Seminar topics ranged from global energy challenges to hair-styling design problems, proving that this field of study knows no bounds. A Design Science education prepares students to step out of the box and excel as innovators. These inspiring speakers showed students just a few of the destinations to which this exciting educational path can lead them.

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