The DRC became UNT CVAD’s newest center for research, public service and development on the first day of the 2011 Spring semester. The DRC will function as both an urban, design-centered research lab and as a classroom facility that supports the MA and MFA programs in Design with Concentrations in Innovation Studies. Please pay attention to this space as the calendar for 2011 advances for more information about what we’re planning.
Happenings at the DRC
Five graduate level courses in CVAD’s MA and MFA programs in Design: Innovation Studies began meeting in this design research laboratory as soon as Spring semester 2011 classes began. This array of courses is being taught by Department of Design faculty and DRC researchers Keith Owens, Michael R. Gibson and Eric Ligon to both first- and second-year MFA candidates and first-year MA candidates. Please pay attention to this space to learn when reports of student and faculty research, design output and other scholarly activity will be displayed or discussed publicly within the DRC.