Responsible Design: Changing the World through Design

Are you interested in sustainability in design? Do you often see ways to redesign something to make it more effective or aesthetically useful? Are you interested in a career in any of the design fields offered by the College of Architecture—architecture, interior design, or landscape architecture? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, Responsible Design is the Learning Community for you!


You will live in Abel Hall and take courses in design elements, computer-based design, and writing together.

You will also be invited to participate in activities and events ranging from an ice cream social with the Dean of Architecture to tours of local firms and construction sites to learn how current businesses approach the act of designing responsibly.

Community Details
Open To: First-year students interested in architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, or the principles of responsible design
Location: Abel Hall
Courses: Fall:
Design Thinking
Computers in Design (ARCH 223, IDES 223, or LARC 223)
Spring:
Design Thinking
Writing & Communities (ENGL 254)
Meet the Faculty Sponsors
Dr. Kim Wilson

Dr. Kim Wilson

Interim Dean
College of Architecture

 
Dr. Stephanie Kuenning

Stephanie Kuenning

Student Success Coordinator
College of Architecture