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Guna Nadarajan on Career Futures in Arts, Humanities, Tech for CNA

May 13, 2020 • Faculty News

Guna Nadarajan, Dean of the Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, co-authored an article for CNA, a global news organization based in Singapore. In “Arts and humanities can set you up for life in post-coronavirus world,” Nadarajan and… Read More >

Allen Samuels Proposes Virtual Experiences for Pandemic Patients

May 5, 2020 • Faculty News

Allen Samuels, industrial designer and Stamps School Emeritus Professor and Dean, has designed a virtual experience for use in hospital settings. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, people are dying alone without the bedside comfort of their… Read More >

Annica Cuppetelli Receives 2020 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize

May 1, 2020 • Faculty News

Recently, the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT) announced that Annica Cuppetelli, artist and Lecturer II at the Stamps School, is a recipient of the 2020 Provost’s Teaching Innovation Prize for her project, “Inspiring… Read More >

Allen Samuels Proposes New Field Hospital Equipment Design

April 27, 2020 • Faculty News

Allen Samuels, industrial designer and Stamps School Emeritus Professor and Dean, has designed a one patient, mobile, isolation and treatment unit for emergency field hospital settings. Samuels’ design proposal aims to streamline the… Read More >

David Turnley, Konrad Tenwolde, Featured in Detroit Free Press

April 27, 2020 • Faculty News

During the final months of the Winter 2020 semester, students in Professor David Turnley’s Documentary Photography course photographed their lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. Turnley created a video compilation of their efforts, revealing… Read More >

In Teaching Under Quarantine, Connection & Tangible Work Are Key

April 24, 2020 • Faculty News

Stamps Assistant Professor Kelly Murdoch-Kitt recently published a piece on the AIGA Design Educators Community with her longtime research partner Denielle Emans of Virginia Commonwealth University in Qatar. Titled “In Teaching Under… Read More >

Carol Jacobsen on Domestic Violence in the Pandemic

April 24, 2020 • Faculty News

Carol Jacobsen, Stamps Professor and Director of the Michigan Women’s Clemency Project, was recently quoted in a Bridge article about the amplified impact of the coronavirus pandemic on victims of domestic violence. The article details… Read More >

Kelly Murdoch-Kitt’s Timely Book Published

April 16, 2020 • Faculty News

Stamps Assistant Professor Kelly Murdoch-Kitt recently published her first book, Intercultural Collaboration by Design: Drawing from Differences, Distances, and Disciplines Through Visual Thinking (Routledge, 2020). Co-authored with… Read More >

David Chung Featured in New Book About Korean Art

April 15, 2020 • Faculty News

Stamps Professor David Chung is featured in “Korean Art from 1953: Collision, Innovation and Interaction”, a major new publication from Phaidon Press. Read More >

Melanie Manos, Kelly Murdoch-Kitt Named Summer Faculty Fellows at Institute for the Humanities

April 14, 2020 • Faculty News

The Institute for the Humanities at U-M has awarded fellowships for the 2020 summer term to eight faculty members, including Stamps Lecturer II, Melanie Manos, and Stamps Assistant Professor, Kelly Murdoch-Kitt.The Faculty Fellowship… Read More >