Master of Fine Arts in Design
SPECIALTY AREA Sustainable Design
UW-Stout’s commitment to sustainability in Design Education includes a roster of accredited and certified faculty and electives from a range of departments across campus. Students are encouraged to build a course plan that identifies sustainability initiatives within their own disciplines.
ACCREDITED FACULTY Wendy Jedlicka, MIM, Ed.D(c) | SEA, CPP Sr. Lecturer, Sustainable Design Kim Loken, MArch | LEED-AP Associate Professor, Game Design Andy Janetski, MFA(c) | SEA, IDSA Lecturer, Industrial Design
Shelley Pecha, MFA | NCIDQ, WELL-AP Professor, Interior Design Julie Peterson, PhD | NCIDQ, WELL-AP Professor, Interior Design Nicolette Brehm, MFA | NCIDQ, WELL-AP Assistant Professor, Interior Design
CERTIFICATE in DESIGN FOR SUSTAINABILITY The Department of Design is proud to offer its first-ever graduate certificate program in Design for Sustainability. The program can be completed entirely using courses from the MFA in Design program. It is also a stand-alone program for students only interested in a 12-credit experience.
RELATED PUBLISHED RESEARCH Alesch, Jonathan. Flow and Aura: Arts and Crafts philosophies made manifest in present-day, hands-on research. Proceedings of the Polytechnic Summit 2022 in Darmstadt (Germany), June 28–30, 2022. Cummings, J., Feng, L., Hannen, D., Kromrie, J., Stan, T., Yang, J. (2020), “Post COVID-19 Green Recovery) researchgate Wigdahl, Matthew (2020), “Lake Menomin Project: Exploring an Outdoor Museum Piece using Design Research techniques.” Dialogue (p. 106), the proceedings from the AIGA Design Educators Community conferences.
Sustainable Design Practice Core requirement
Sustainable Design II: Global Impact Focus Area
Ethics in Design Core requirement
Elective Focus Area or Focus Selective
FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT: Wendy Jedlicka, MIM, Ed.D(c) Sr. Lecturer, Sustainable Design
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