Panel Discussion SKL219
The Partnerships Rule: Connecting Student Talent with Real Life Projects
Date Friday, Nov 29 Time –
What are the requirements for a higher education institution to live and breathe project-based learning? What does a successful partnership-based curriculum look like? How are workplaces organising these relations with institutions? And what is their strategy to link students' skills to the needs of internal innovation departments? This panel discussion provides inspiring examples.
Texas State University, USA
100 Years Later: What is the New Foundation?
Claudia runs the Communication Design program at the School of Art and Design at Texas State University and is the graduate advisor for the MFA program, a non-traditional low residency program that utilizes emerging technologies to support digitally engaged learning.
She brings 20+ years of international design experience and strategic entrepreneurial thinking and teaches graduate courses in typography, editorial and typeface design, as well as entrepreneurship. She gets excited about international and cross-disciplinary projects, and speaks at conferences about typography, design thinking and global learning.