Tag: CAP Faculty


  • Why Lohren Deeg Draws

    I draw to record the mysteries and complexities of the built environment, so that the lessons can be applied in the design process later. Sketching on location uses multiple senses, makes conversation with bystanders, and arguably stimulates a better quality of memory and recollection of a place better than a photograph. The global movement known […]

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  • Riverside Historic District

    Historic Preservation graduate students have created a treasure trove of material for Muncie’s Riverside Normal-City neighborhoods. Two classes – both led by assistant professor of historic preservation J.P. Hall – worked in the area fall semester 2020. Students in ARCH 441/541 crafted design guidelines to aid in preservation of the neighborhoods where the oldest structure […]

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  • NSF Virtual Teaching Simulator

    The Institute for Digital Intermedia Arts (IDIA Lab) explores the intersection between the arts, sciences, humanities with technology. Scholarly, creative and pedagogical projects investigate virtual reality, human computer interface (HCI), augmented reality, and much more. IDIA Lab’s most recent project is collaborating on a $3 million dollar National Science Foundation grant with Massachusetts Institute of Technology, […]

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  • Furniture Design Excites Judges

    Interior design students took part in a furniture competition as part of Associate Professor Reza Ahmadi’s IDES 320 Furniture Design course in spring semester. Purposeful Design and the Indiana Chapter ASID sponsored the competition which was judged on production and construction details, aesthetics, marketability, and incorporation of critique comments.  Margaret Carter of Purposeful Design and […]

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