The Studio 9.30 RIT Design Consultancy sponsored eight interdisciplinary projects this summer focused on access and health technology products. Teams worked on projects developed in conjunction with community members and local organizations. Faculty from the College of Imaging Arts and Sciences, the Kate Gleason College of Engineering, and the Simone Center for Student Innovation and Entrepreneurship participated as coordinators. The 2016 consultancy included:
Project Manager Mariana Pinheiro
Students  Runhao Zhau, Yi Feng, Yue Zhang, Kevin Farnand, Kaining Qim, Rana Razaei, Spar Patton, Elizabeth Stegner, Nik Miclette, Jenna Shay, Mehraneh Mirzazad, Mike Kelly, Huiyu Yang, Evan Bartlett, Matthew Mack
Faculty Coordinators Stan Rickel (Director, Graduate Studies of Industrial Design),  Dan Harel (Adjunct Professor of Industrial Design), Richard DeMartino (Professor and Endowed Chair for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at RIT), Daniel Phillips (Department Head, Biomedical Engineering), Dana Wolcott (Lead Innovation Coach) Collaborators – Michael Buffalin (Lab Manager of The Construct)

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