AIA Accepts Workplace Wellness Research Paper
Monday August 26, 2013
In the last 50 years, work has become more sedentary. Workers face a health risk from sitting long periods at their desks or workstations.
Dakota Jackson joins SCAD as Honorary Chair of Furniture Design
Monday February 4, 2013
Jackson will continue his professional design work in New York while helping SCAD's School of Building Arts administration advance the strategic vision and leadership of the furniture design program.
Kendall College Of Art And Design adds Material Connexion Library
Monday September 27, 2010
Kendall will be the only college in West Michigan to house a collection.
LMNOP, The Professional Development Series continues
Monday April 5, 2010
This workshop, which covers the basics of construction estimating for A&D professionals, outlines quantity surveys, trades, fees, general condition, and insurance.
Kendall and Ferris State University Partner in MBA Degree
Monday February 19, 2007
This program responds to the increased awareness of the importance of design thinking in business, and it is unique in combining the resources of a college of business with a college of art and design.
Mayline Group gets IIDA nod for course on the Benefits of Adjustability
Tuesday December 6, 2005
This seminar will help identify the ideal placement of various elements within the workspace for user comfort and long-term health benefits.
School Furniture Industry in Detention
Monday March 22, 2004
The ongoing budget crisis at public schools is continuing to take its toll on the educational furniture business.
The Art Institute of CA - San Diego Offers Bachelor's Program in Interior Design
Thursday July 17, 2003
The addition of the new program comes amid continued growth in the number of students attending the San Diego design school.
Westwood College to Offer Associate's Degree in Interior Design
Friday June 20, 2003
Fast-Growing Career Mirrors Bear Market Trend
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh to Launch Virtual Interior Design Bachelor's Deg
Monday February 3, 2003
Get an interior design degree without leaving your desk.
Cornell and AutoCAD
Monday December 3, 2001
Students preview Autodesk Architectural Studio and Autodesk VIZ 4 in fall course.
Pew & Merlotti Scholarship Foundation Awards 11 Scholarships
Tuesday July 3, 2001
The top winner of the Pew & Merlotti Scholarship Fund is Megan B. MacMuller.
UW Offers Online Training for Facilities Managers
Sunday June 10, 2001
The University of Washington is offering two online education programs next year designed to help facilities managers advance in their careers.
Steelcase Announces First Gensler Leadership Award Winners
Friday January 5, 2001
Design students receive scholarship award through collaboration of Steelcase and Gensler.
The Art Institute of Dallas Will Offer Bachelor's Program in Interior Design
Monday July 24, 2000
The Art Institute of Dallas plans to implement the new program this fall.
The Art Institutes International Minnesota To Introduce Bachelor of Science Degree Programs
Friday May 12, 2000
Will offer Bachelor of Science degrees in Graphic Design, Interior Design, Media Arts & Animation, and Internet Marketing & Advertising.
Steelcase University Attracts Top College Design Sturdents, Professionals
Friday May 14, 1999
World's only scholarship program focusing on the business of design.
Wright Line Picks Horizon Live Distance Learning for Live Internet Training
Thursday April 15, 1999
Major IT furniture designer, manufacturer and distributor adopts Horizon to train more than 300 sales representatives.
Take a Look At "Who's Who" in Interior Design
Tuesday March 2, 1999
"Who's Who in Interior Design," will investigate the often unknown but far-ranging world of interior design, furniture design and product design - presented by UC Berkeley Extension.
Construction Management Program This Spring at UC Berkeley Extension
Wednesday February 3, 1999
UC Berkeley Extension will offer a course designed to give a practical and in-depth introduction to good construction management and pre-construction services.
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