10/12/07 at 12:00a

For the second consecutive year, BusinessWeek has ranked CCS among the world's top design schools. The list highlights design programs that incorporate business strategy and business programs that teach design as a tool for strategic advantage. To compile this list, BusinessWeek turned to an international panel of 22 experts in design, business and academia and asked them to recommend interdisciplinary design and business programs with curricula they respect and graduates they prefer to hire.


10/11/07 at 6:30p

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10/11/07 at 6:00p

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10/11/07 at 12:00a

For the past eight years, CCS sophomore transportation design students have gained valuable insight into the design process by participating in the PPG Design Challenge. This year’s competition challenges students to design a vehicle for “Matt” a young educated male who has just completed his college education and is starting his new career.


10/11/07 at 8:45a

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10/10/07 at 6:30p

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10/9/07 at 6:30p

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10/8/07 at 6:30p

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10/8/07 at 6:30p

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10/8/07 at 6:30p

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10/7/07

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10/6/07

St. Louis, MO Washington University, School of Art 314-935-6500 To view all events National Portfolio Day events, go to: www.npda.org/events.html


10/5/07 at 12:00a

Basia Rochon ’07, Graphic Design, was named a design winner by CMYK magazine and will have her work showcased in the magazine's winter 2007-08 issue. CMYK is regarded as the most high-profile emerging creative portfolio contest in the nation. The featured project is an IKEA book created by Rochon in her Advanced Visual Communications class taught by Chad Reichert, assistant professor.


10/5/07 at 12:00a

On October 26 and 27, CCS is hosting the Michigan Ceramic Art Association’s biennial Michigan Mud conference. The conference includes demonstrations and lectures by many Michigan ceramic artists, with Pete Pinnell as the featured guest artist. Pinnell, who spent many years as a potter, currently is an instructor at the University of Nebraska. Pinnell often offers workshops and has been in exhibitions throughout the world. In addition, he writes a monthly column, "As Far As I Know," for the magazine Clay Times.


10/4/07 at 7:00p

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10/4/07 at 6:30p

For more information regarding College Fairs, please contact Sue Enright, Admissions Event Specialist, at senright@ccscad.edu or call (313) 664-7427.


10/4/07 at 6:30p

For more information regarding College Fairs, please contact Sue Enright, Admissions Event Specialist, at senright@ccscad.edu or call (313) 664-7427.


10/4/07 at 12:00a

During the past 19 years, hundreds of College for Creative Studies students have gained valuable skills by participating in the Michelin North America Student Design Competition. This year's competition challenges students to create vehicle designs that they could envision driving in North America in 2017. The concepts must reflect their interpretation of a vehicle that is “Smaller. Safer. Better.”


10/4/07 at 12:00a

Junior Transportation Design Students Develop E-Flex Concepts for General Motors Junior Transportation Design students are working this semester on a project, sponsored by General Motors, developing vehicle concepts that incorporate General Motors innovative E-Flex technology.


10/4/07 at 12:00a

Syd Mead, one of the most celebrated concept designers, recently spent time on the CCS campus visiting with students. Mead met with the future designers and shared insights into his background, the industry and the future of design. He also had informal conversations with students reviewing their portfolios, answering questions and sharing key details of his work.


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