Terry Duncan CCS alumnus, Product Design adjunct faculty and VP of product design and product management at Mahindra Genze is featured in video
Terry Duncan - CCS alumnus, CCS Product Design adjunct faculty and VP of product design and product management at Mahindra Genze - is featured in this video discussing their amazing electric scooters & bikes and how they chose Ann Arbor for their manufacturing center. Check it out!
CCS alumnus Eric Freitas in a unique, one day solo show at Tangent Gallery
Next Saturday, the public will have a unique, 1-day opportunity to view the gorgeous, kinetic sculptures of CCS alumnus Eric Freitas before they are shipped off to a private collection in Milwaukee. 'Growth & Decay' will take place at the Tangent Gallery in Detroit on Saturday, February 6th from 7-10pm.
With Optis Creative, CCS Students take gaming development to the next level
Horacio Hall,’16 Illustration, Aigbe Idahosa, ’16 Illustration, and Scott Kreutzkamp, ’15 Entertainment Arts, learned about the program for computer science and engineering students at Wayne State University and proposed two ideas; the Capstone course worked on one of them, an augmented reality motion comic book, for the duration of the spring semester.
CCS alumnus awarded Aimia/AGO Photography Award of $50k
Congratulations to Dave Jordano, CCS alumnus and photographer, who has been awarded the 2015 @Aimia/AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario Photography Prize of $50,000 and a six-week, fully funded residency in Canada.
CCS alumnus named one of Chicago Crain's "40 under 40"
CCS alumnus and chief designer at CNH Industrial, Dwayne Jackson, has been named on of Chicago Crain's Chicago Business "40 under 40." Jackson is an industrial designer changing the way tractors and other farm equipment look - making them so much more than just functional machinery.
CCS alumna and business owner featured in Ambassador Magazine
CCS alumna Bo Shepherd is an automotive designer for General Motors by day and business owner and craftswoman by night. Shepherd and her husband own Woodward Throwbacks and are featured in Ambassador Magazine. Check it out!
CCS's A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education featured in Model D
CCS's A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education, which once was General Motors' Argonaut Building, has a history of being a global center for design. It's the building that the Corvette was born in, as well as the world's first fully automatic transmission, tail fins, engine driven fuel pumps, and the world's first concept vehicle. And now, the Taubman Center is growing the next generation of designers and much, much more. Read about this fascinating building and it's history, as well as what's currently happening behind the Albert Kahn designed walls.