Category: Home Design

The best students laptops 2020

Welcome to our pick of the best students laptops 2020. Here you’ll find the very best student laptops with all types of students in mind. Regardless of what you’re studying, and whether you’re attending school, college or university remotely or otherwise, we’ll have the perfect laptop to suit your needs.

The best student laptops will be able to deal with whatever you throw at them, so plenty of power, storage and a durable build will be a must. It means finding something that’s future-proof for at least the next three years, and low maintenance while you’re using it. 

Other considerations

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News | Department of Design

Fall 2020 News

Congratulations to our Industrial Design Student, Jacob McMullen on winning an IDSA
IDEA award for work he did in Professor McClusky’s DSID134 Design and Meaning class
last year.


 

Summer 2020 News

New Faculty

The Department of Design is excited to announce the addition of two new faculty members.
Angela Wu is joining the Animation/Illustration program. She has worked on a variety
of projects including stories, comics, games, illustrations, and websites. She’s interested
in new technology and its creative potential. If she can teach some, make some, learn
some, play some—that’s a good day. She’s happy to be

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International Co-op from Home | Drexel Engineering

Mechanical engineering student Justin Lee entered his third co-op with zeal as he began his work as an engineer at BMW’s Open Innovation Department. Lee was meant to be in Munich, Germany— but instead his remote office is at home in San Francisco. Here, Lee fulfills responsibilities like facilitating research between BMW and Accenture, contributing to hardware design and construction of neuromorphic technology for automotive interior applications, and managing project support amongst stakeholders. Lee began this role on March 23rd, at the start of the pandemic, and will work there through the full six month co-op cycle.

“Due

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Singapore’s new breed of creative talents bring fresh ideas and perspectives to design, Home & Design News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Local talents continue to sculpt and change Singapore’s arts, design and culture terrain. Here is the spotlight on a new breed of Singapore creatives, from artists and sculptors to furniture makers and designers, who bring with them a fresh crop of ideas and perspectives.

Tiffany Loy

TEXTILE DESIGNER AND WEAVER

The art of weaving is experiencing a contemporary revival and Tiffany Loy is one to watch in this field.

The industrial designer-turned-weaver took up textile-weaving at Kawashima Textile School in Kyoto and set up her studio in 2014.

The 33-year-old melds her knowledge of product design with textile-making

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Mississippi State Building Construction Science student wins national scholarship

By Lauren Skelton | Mississippi State University student

A Mississippi State Building Construction Science student was awarded the contractor scholarship from the National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies.

Philip Christian headshotPhillip Christian, a Dorsey native, received the first NASCLA 2020 Contractor Scholarship for $2,500.

Christian, who is in his junior year at Mississippi State, said that he believes his grades are what won him this scholarship.

Christian went on to say that his father inspired him to pursue a career in construction.

“When I was a kid, he had a business remodeling houses, so I spent many summer days helping him,”

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