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Undergraduate Stories

Student Profile: Megan Mulholland

April 14, 2015

After graduation, Stamps senior Megan Mulholland will be joining IBM Design down in Austin, TX as a UX/Visual Designer for their software/ mobile/ cloud products. As Megan finishes up her Senior Integrative Project, we pulled her away from her computer to… Read More >

Student Profile: Grace Ludmer

April 7, 2015

Stamps senior Grace Ludmer is making 500 hand-drawn stickers as part of her senior thesis, titled “The Girls I Draw.” Read More >

Addressing Ebola Through Design

February 16, 2015

A multi-disciplinary Ebola Design Charette hosted by the Stamps School of Art & Design brought together professionals, faculty and students from across the university. Read More >

Witt Residency: Reynold Reynolds

January 7, 2015

Artist and filmmaker Reynold Reynolds spent last semester working with Stamps students as a Witt Artist in Residence. Read More >

2014 Creative Work Scholarships

January 7, 2015

On December 2nd, six undergraduate students received 2014 Creative Work Scholarship awards. Read More >

Designing for Detroit: Container Project

January 7, 2015

This past semester, Franc Nunoo-Quarcoo's Visual Identity Design and Branding class got to dig in on an exciting project developing in Detroit. Read More >

Tiny House

January 6, 2015

Students design and build an 80 sq ft "tiny house" with members of an Ann Arbor homeless community. Read More >

Integrative Project: Allison Knoll

November 12, 2014

In her Senior Integrative Project, Allison Knoll looks at her own dependency on social media. Read More >

Profile: Beiatrix Pedrasa

November 11, 2014

Stamps Sophomore Beiatrix Pedrasa discusses her work, influences, and her experiences as a dual major student (Art & Design and Computer Science). Read More >

Helping kids manage diabetes with video games

November 11, 2014

Managing diabetes is not easy. It requires constant blood sugar monitoring, an insulin shot four to six times a day and strict eating habits. It’s hard enough for adults to maintain the regimen, but getting young people to be disciplined about this kind of… Read More >