Elizabeth McDonough, an alumna of Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design Master of Arts program (MA ‘22), spent a week this summer participating in a creative residency in the southern Peloponeese region of Greece. The residency was put on by the Periplus Project, an organization which aims to enable “the infiltration of design-thinking into all key sectors of society.” By tapping into and innovating around pre-existing potential, and motivating local communities, Periplus’ objective is to encourage individuals to harness creativity as a tool to effect positive, intentional change.
The School of Design is thrilled to welcome two new additions to our faculty for the Fall 2022 semester - Kelsey Elder and Kelsey Dusenka. Kelsey Elder is joining our faculty as a Assistant Professor in our Communication Design and Kelsey Dusenka is joining us an Adjunt of Practice.
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