College of Design Alumni Society

As a graduate of the College of Design you are an important part of the college community and we hope you'll stay connected in the years ahead. One way to do that is by participating in College of Design Alumni Society programs and activities. Founded in 2006, the Design Alumni Society Board and Design Student Board work together as the Design Student and Alumni Board (DSAB) to offer opportunities for alumni, students, and members of the college and professional community to connect, network, and learn together.

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Design Student and Alumni Board (DSAB)

The College of Design alumni society board and it's graduate and undergraduate student board meet and work together as the Design Student and Alumni Board, to develop programs and opportunities that support the student transition from college to career and connect alumni, students, and other professionals with the college community and each other in the process. Their award-winning programs include the Design Mentor Program, Dirty Laundry, Design in 7, and other College to Career programs.

Design Student and Alumni Board Watercolor Workshop 2017

Become a Member

The University of Minnesota Alumni Association (UMAA) makes it easy for you to tap into a network of more than 455,000 alumni around the world and stay connected to the University of Minnesota. Alumni can access programs and services offered by the UMAA, including career and lifelong learning webinars, professional development resources, and networking and social activities like the Annual Celebration, Behind the Scenes events, and more. Become a member today and support the alumni association’s mission to enrich the lives of all alumni, support student success, and strengthen the University of Minnesota.

  • Join the UMAA (check out special rates for recent grads, students)

 

 

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Contact

Lori Mollberg
Director of Alumni Relations
612-625-8796
lmollber@umn.edu