NCSU Human Factors + Ergonomics Presentations March 21, 2008Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Tags: art+design, collaboration, fellowship, industrial design, innovation, workshops
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Faculty from the College of Design at NCSU will give a collection of presentations next week at NCSU College of Design. They are interested in sharing their research and design ideas with the HFES community.
Time: Thursday, March 27, 5:30-8:00pm
Location: Kamphoefner Hall, College of Design complex, Burns Auditorium, NCSU
Professor Haig Khachatoorian will moderate this event. Presentations will begin at 6pm and will include the following:
- Bryan Laffitte / Associate Professor & ID (Industrial Design) Dept. Head – “Visualization as a Tool for Collaborative Innovation”
- Percy Hooper / Associate Professor & Director of I D Graduate Programs – “Invention, Innovation & Design : Transforming Propositions to Products”
- Bong-IL Jin / Associate Professor – “The World Traffic Safety Design Competitions”
- Dr. Sharon Joines / Assistant Professor – “Ergonomic Interventions for Ultrasound Technicians”
- Tim Buie / Assistant Professor – “Game Design : Designing the Interaction Experience”
Each presentation will last approximately 20 min. and there will be a question and answer session to follow. More information about HFES Carolina chapter please visit their website – HFESCarolina.com
intercom + design research exchange January 17, 2008Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Tags: animation, architecture, art+design, collaboration, experiment, fellowship, graphic design, industrial design, information design, innovation, lecture, new media, research, visualization, workshops
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Submit a 250 word summary using the attached Word file “intercom_submission.doc.”
7 minute presentation on any research agenda: funded/unfunded, big ideas/inklings. All proposals from faculty will be accommodated. Graduate+PhD Students are welcome to attend this event.
INTERCOM: February 25, 5:30 p.m. SAVE THE DATE
Hosted by the SREE Committee.
IBM-NCSU PATHFINDER MENTORING PROGRAM September 26, 2007Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Tags: employment, fellowship, graphic design, industrial design, information design, new media, Second Life, user experience, workshops
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Chris Pepper from IBM’s NCSU Pathfinder Mentoring Program stopped by to talk about this great opportunity.
Seems like a great, no pressure opportunity that is a low-key, informal way to network with the “real world”. A perfect chance for students to meet with working professionals in their “domain expertise” and talk about projects, problems and practice.
- Provide students some insight into professional life to better prepare themselves while at school
- Professionals meet with students approx. monthly to discuss career experiences, technical job trends, answer questions, provide insight to engineering profession
- One semester duration – the student and advisor can continue the relationship longer if they choose to
- Potential IBM visits and lab tours to give student a view of what goes on at IBM
- Two-way feedback – hear from student how to improve the program
- For students in Electrical Engineering , Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Human Factors, Technical Communications, Industrial Design and Graphics Design
International Opportunities in the Arts Conference October 30, 2006Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
Tags: animation, business, exhibit design, fellowship, innovation, textile design, workshops
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International Opportunities in the Arts for details and to register. This program runs from Friday, April 27, 2007 to Sunday, April 29, 2007. Registration for this program began on Sunday, October 1, 2006 12:00 AM and ends on Thursday, April 26, 2007 11:59 PM.
Location: Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Ave; Massachusetts College of Art, 621 Huntington Ave., Boston; Satellite Venue (Sunday Panel) MIT, Cambridge., MA, US Map
Learn how to break into the international art world. Join leading figures from around the world to hear about long- and short- term international residency opportunities for artists (working in every medium) as well as biennales and other global exhibition possibilities. Register early to ensure your participation in this weekend-long event.
Come to Boston to meet, network with and have your work seen by the conference‘s distinguished curators, critics and panelists. This is an excellent resource for professional development. Advance conference registration, which includes admission to all the panels, networking events and a private one-on-one consultation with one of the conference‘s international guests, curators or critics is $150. All advance registrations must be received by February 1, 2007.
Click on http://transculturalexchange.org/conference_2007.htm for schedule of talks and additional details.
REFUND POLICY All cancellations and refund requests must be in writing. These requests carry a $25.00 administrative charge. Full refunds minus the administrative fee will be granted on written requests received no later than March 31, 2007.
For more information contact:
Mary Sherman (617) 464-4086 516 East 2nd Street, Suite 30, Boston, MA, 02127, US firstname.lastname@example.org
United States Artist (USA) Fellowships Support Artists September 20, 2006Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
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USA was launched in September 2005 with $20 million in seed funding provided by a coalition of leading foundations—Ford, Rockefeller, Prudential, and Rasmuson—in an act of unprecedented private investment in individual artists and the creative potential of America. Their initial investment enables our organization to pilot the USA Fellows program, awarding unrestricted $50,000 grants to fifty artists each year beginning in 2006.
USA wants to provide funding that will give artists the means to reflect upon and further develop their art. The USA Fellowships are meant to function as “research and development” funding or “venture capital,” thereby encouraging recipients to test new ideas and applications in their work. Click here to find out more information or to nominate a Fellow.