Children and young adults are among the most vulnerable victims of the current opioid crisis. Circumstances well beyond their control impact their lives in huge ways. And the key to recovery of any kind is hope—hope for something better, hope for lasting change. However, as communities and families struggle, hope can be hard to come by. Sometimes you need to borrow it, and the library can be a place to find it.
David Trebing, Ph.D., an associate professor in the School of Communication Studies (COMM), and Stephanie Smith, an assistant professor who teaches in COMM and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC), will lead a teaching colloquium on Friday, April 13, in Rm. 226 of Taylor Hall beginning at 2:15 p.m.
The idea for the latest MuseLab exhibit grew out of a Museum Communications course, and was later implemented by students completing their culminating experience: Four chairs rescued from a curb in Kent, Ohio. Four tales of an imagined past. Explore their unique "stories" in this new exhibit.
User experience designers at Google, Microsoft, Android, Chrome and Artefact have predicted that these job titles are among the most important design jobs of the future, according to an article in Fast Company Co.Design, the world’s leading progressive business media brand focused on innovation in technology, leadership, world changing ideas and design.