At RIT, we believe that industrial design education lies at the nexus of theory, process and practice. Industrial design is a human-centered discipline which requires an understanding of the complex relationships between culture commerce and environment. Our varied and experienced faculty expose our students to the history, context and state of the art while imparting the skills necessary to compete as contemporary designers.
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RIT Design Educator and Webster Resident Honored with IDSA Education Honors Award, 2009. Alan Reddig, industrial design lecturer in RIT’s School of Design and a resident of Webster, won the Industrial Designers Society of America Education Honors Award at the … Continue readingRead Entry
Dan Bolinski, a fourth-year industrial design student at Rochester Institute of Technology, has won the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) National Student Merit Award, one of only five awarded in the U.S. each year. Bolinski presented his portfolio of … Continue readingRead Entry
Mark Palmer, a recent graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology’s industrial design program won the Industrial Designers Society of America’s (IDSA) National Student Merit Award at its northeast district conference this spring. Palmer beat out design students from nine other … Continue readingRead Entry