Posts Tagged ‘Kyobo Fund’

Academic Enrichment & Kyobo fund grant awarded

Congratulations to Claudia Rebola (Associate Professor, Industrial Design) and Bill Foulkes (Critic, Industrial Design), Daniel Feldman (DESINE Lab) and Lili Hermann (Professor, Landscape Architecture), and Marie Cieri (Lecturer, HPSS) for support from the Academic Enrichment and Kyobo funds for a two-semester course to be taught in academic year 2015-16– Synergies of Intention: Behavioral Change, Health, […]

Academic Enrichment and Kyobo Fund courses awarded funding

The Provost’s Council has awarded two Academic Enrichment/Kyobo Fund proposals with funding for courses to be offered in 2014/15: “This Is the Woonasquatucket: Stories of a Living River” to be team taught by Mairead Byrne (Professor, Literary Art + Studies) and Lindsay French (Associate Professor, History, Philosophy and Social Sciences) and “The Exhibition: History and […]

Funding Opportunities for Curricular and Professional Development

RISD is committed to providing support for curriculum development and faculty professional development to recognize and encourage excellence in teaching and research. In the last year, with funding from the strategic plan, and through the generosity of trustee, alumni and foundation donors, we have added three new funding opportunities that help to realize strategic initiatives, […]

Academic Enrichment Fund, Cho Fund, and Kyobo Fund call for proposals

The Academic Enrichment Fund and Kyobo Fund were established to address the longstanding need to expand funding for innovative, interdisciplinary courses that encourage exchange and interaction between departments and divisions.  Over the past 9 years 30 innovative courses have received support from the Academic Enrichment + Kyobo funds.  The Academic Council invites all full-time faculty […]

The Witness Tree Project Exhibition

Students and faculty in RISD’s “Witness Tree Project” course and the Hampton National Historic Site have collaborated on a project involving the creation of objects from the former State Champion, a falling pecan tree. Also known as a “Witness Tree”, this pecan tree has withstood influential historical events. This project  marks the first time that wood from […]