Campus Center Previews

The original intent of this blog was to provide our Student Members another opportunity to communicate with other interior design students across the nation and world. Well, I am happy to say that we are in the process of putting together blog posts and Custom articles about James Madison University, the Pacific Northwest Chapter Campus Center and the Moscow Interior Design School.

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James Madison University students recently traveled to Alabama to help out with Auburn University’s Rural Studio projects. Rural Studio was started by educator and architect Samuel Mockbee. Every year students dedicate their semester or school year to developing architecture that improves the quality of life for people who live in some of the poorest counties in Alabama. We will feature one student’s perspective on how she, and her fellow students, spent their spring break assisting with the vision of Rural Studio.

The Northern Pacific Chapter Campus Center recently held a symposium for better living and portfolio showcase. This event brought students together from interior design, architectural design, landscape architecture, floral design and the culinary arts programs. We will feature more information on their event here, as well.

Finally, the Moscow Interior Design School recently held a portfolio workshop, as well. We also hope to be able to post a student biography. Is there anything in particular we should ask this student? What do you want to know about international design?

If you have a school event or idea for a blog post, you can contact me here. I look forward to hearing your ideas.

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