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August 29, 2017
Brandon Rodriguez's internship "helped me expand my knowledge on what my major is/does and how the field really works."
Brandon Rodriguez ’18 is an Industrial Design major who spent the summer at Farm, a New Hampshire design firm, where his projects ranged from wearable consumer-based products to medical carts and machinery.
“Most of the projects I've worked have required a team effort, constant communication and meetings that have helped me grow as a designer and learn more about the consultancy world, from quick brainstorm ideation to final proposal,” Rodriguez said.
His CIA design education serves him well, but engaging side by side with professionals filled out his understanding of what it means to be an industrial designer. “I have a better...continue reading
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Glass major wins award in Niche magazine competition
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