Posts Tagged ‘Steam’

Freiband Presentation on Artist-Driven Research

Andrew Freiband (Senior Critic, Film/Animation/Video) is presenting research at the 7th Annual International STEM/STEAM Education Conference at Hawaii University in Honolulu on June 9. He’ll be showing work into his investigation into forms of qualitative data that artists have unique access to, and how to better leverage this knowledge in contemporary complex problem solving. Using […]

Rose Gives Keynote at STEAMHouse Research Event

Chris Rose (Senior Critic, Furniture Design) was invited to give the opening Keynote address for the research day set to explore the scope of Birmingham City University’s new $20 million UK / EU funded creative regeneration and adaptive reuse project beginning at the site of the former Typhoo Tea factory in the city center. Described […]

STEAM lessons for Pre-K–12 educators

K–12 teachers now have free online access to object-based lesson plans inspired by collections at the RISD Museum and Nature Lab Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) has partnered with PBS LearningMedia, a media-on-demand digital service that provides Pre-K–12 educators free access to more than 100,000 classroom-ready digital resources, to offer new STEAM lessons via its online […]

Sproll works with Florida Middle School teachers

Paul Sproll (Professor, TLAD) was invited to return in June to Brevard Public Schools in Florida to work with teachers from Ronald McNair Magnet Middle School and Stone Magnet Middle School – schools that are entering the third year of a multimillion dollar, federally supported, STEAM grant. Sproll’s 3-day professional development workshop was designed to […]

Yeadon to judge genetic machines

The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation has asked Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) to return as a Judge at their annual international synthetic biology competition. iGEM spun out of MIT in 2012 and became an independent nonprofit organization that fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the annual iGEM Competition, the world’s […]

RISD+Brown STEAM | Theo Jansen Tickets Now Available!

Hello everyone! The time is finally here to grab your *free* tickets to the Theo Jansen lecture coming on November 21 at 6:30 in the RISD Auditorium, presented by RISD STEAM, Brown STEAM, RISD Government Relations, and RISD Programming Board. There are a limited number of seats, so get ’em while they’re hot! Find a […]

Strohecker at European Commission

Carol Strohecker (Vice Provost) presented at two European Commission events in Brussels, Belgium. Strohecker moderated the keynote panel at the BOZAR Electronic Arts Festival in Brussels, Belgium, “Art & Digital Technologies: Disruptive Innovation Practices For An Unknown Future” (click the “meer info” link). Presenting in the “ICT Art Connect Worldview” panel were Luis Miguel Girao […]

Yeadon to judge international research

The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) Foundation has invited Peter Yeadon (Professor,  Interior Architecture) to serve as a juror for their annual international synthetic biology competition. iGEM spun out of MIT in 2012 and became an independent nonprofit organization that fosters scientific research and education through organizing and operating the annual iGEM Competition, the world’s […]

Yeadon lectures at AIA NY Center for Architecture

Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) will give a lecture at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan on Tuesday 9 September, 6:00 – 8:00 PM. This presentation, titled “Substance Abuse: Various Exotic States of Manipulated Matter,” has been organized by the Technology Committee of the American Institute of Architects New York. In his talk, Peter will […]

Yeadon in Synthetic Aesthetics book

A new MIT Press book, Synthetic Aesthetics: Investigating Synthetic Biology’s Designs on Nature, includes the arsenic biosensor project that Peter Yeadon (Professor, Interior Architecture) worked on with his Industrial Design students several years ago. In a chapter titled “Design Evolution,” author Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg provides a brief history of the project and lingers on the challenges […]