News & Events
CCS Student Part of Winning Lear Student Innovation Challenge Team
At the third annual Lear Student Innovation Challenge local college students get the opportunity to pitch their solutions for real world problems to top-level industry experts and corporate executives. This year’s winners were from Team Notio, which was comprised of Ibro Chundusu, College for Creative Studies; Shaily Fozdar, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; and Joe Iaquinta, Macomb Community College.
Fashion Accessories Design Students Secure Summer Internships with Top Brands
Each year, students at the College for Creative Studies look forward to securing internships with top employers around the country and the world. 2019 is no exception, as CCS faculty, facilities and resources give these young professionals a considerable advantage.
CCS and Detroit Mercy Students Create Assistive Technology Devices
Students from Detroit Mercy’s College of Health Professions and Engineering & Science joined forces with the College for Creative Studies (CCS) Product Design students this year to develop assistive technology devices that improve the quality of life for veterans with disabilities and work conditions for plant employees. Student teams will unveil their devices on Wednesday, April 17, from 4-6 p.m. at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center in Detroit.
Opera Innovator and MacArthur Fellow Yuval Sharon Presents “Invisible Cities”
On Thursday April 4, 2019, the MFA Interaction Design program will welcome Yuval Sharon, founder and artistic director of the experimental opera company The Industry. Sharon, whom the New York Times has called “opera’s disrupter in residence” will present a screening of The Industry’s interdisciplinary production of “Invisible Cities,” an operatic adaptation of the novel by Italo Calvino. Originally staged in Los Angeles’ Union Station in 2013, the opera was produced for wireless headphones.