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Public Interest Design Week – March 19-24

February 22, 2013Elizabeth HokeEvents, Faculty News, General, Graduate News, Undergraduate NewsComments Off on Public Interest Design Week – March 19-24

“Next month, March 19-24, the College of Design will host a first-of-its-kind Public Interest Design Week, featuring people and groups from around the world working at the intersection of design and service. A current schedule of the line-up and a link to register can be found online at

#PIDWeek will feature conversations and workshops on topics ranging from media and storytelling skills, to affordable housing and community development.  The week will include the 13th annual Structures for Inclusion conference, the Public Interest Design Institute, SEED Awards, Iconothon and feature, among others:

*FREE registration for U of M Faculty, Staff & Students – but all events require registration.

To receive this free offer, enter UMNFacultyUMNStaff or UMNStudent when you visit the registration site.  Simply click on “Enter Promotional Code” at the bottom of the “Ticket Information” list, above the “Order Now” link.”

Be sure to check it out; it’s sure to be a great event for those interested in sustainability!

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The Sustainability Education website is administered by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment.

The University of Minnesota offers sustainability courses in most of its colleges and campuses around the state. These courses encompass biophysical sciences, social sciences, humanities, arts, design, engineering, business, and health. The Sustainability Studies minor is one of several interdisciplinary programs through which such diverse courses come together.
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