The Design Initiative at Dartmouth (DIAD) announced a second round of grants to support using design methodology for a range of collaborative projects this time involving student wellness, anti-racism in both music and dermatology, physical computing, and sustainable hands-on education. Although this is the second year of DIAD's faculty project grants, it's the first time staff have also been invited to apply.
"These grants reflect the exceptionally innovative and interdisciplinary work happening all across the Dartmouth community. We are delighted to support these projects and to showcase the possibilities that are unlocked when design becomes a bridge for boldly creative, inclusive, and impact-driven scholarship."
Elizabeth Murnane, Chair of DIAD Faculty Steering Committee
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