Faculty Research and Creative Activity
Our faculty conduct groundbreaking research, engage in creative scholarship, and share their expertise with a wide variety of communities. Search for individual faculty on Experts @ Minnesota, browse through faculty projects, and see the latest College of Design faculty news below.
Congratulations to the 3 team recipients of the $15,000 CDES Collaborative Research Grants.
Developing a Systems Framework for Circular Design
PI: Lindsey Strange, Apparel Design
Co PIs: Malini Srivastava, Architecture; Frances Trice, Graphic Design; Linsey Griffin, Apparel Design
Increasing the Energy Efficiency of Buildings Through On-Body Supplemental Heating: A Feasibility Analysis
PI: Rolf Jacobson, Center for Sustainable Building Research /Architecture
Co PI: Lucy Dunne, Co-Director Wearable Technology Lab/Apparel Design
A Biophilic Approach to Net-Positive Design
PI: Mary Guzowski, Architecture Co PIs - Joe Favour, Landscape Architecture; Richard Graves, Center for Sustainable Building Research; Jessica Rossi-Mastracci, Landscape Architecture; Abimbola Asojo, Interior Design; Genell Ebbini, Interior Design
Members of the University got to view ongoing work at the College of Design’s annual Research and Creative Scholarship Showcase. More...
Faculty and staff from across the college are celebrating their latest book releases on Wednesday, November 20. Join the college community in the Architecture and Landscape Architecture Library for the opportunity to meet the authors, learn more about their books, and ask them questions about their research. More...
Now in its sixth year, gb&d magazine’s Women in Sustainability Leadership Awards recognizes women who make a difference in the world through sustainability. This year, the College of Design’s Assistant Professor Genell Ebbini received the honor due in part to her work on sustainability issues in Jordan. More...
A new study led by researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Design of Active Materials and Structures Lab (DAMSL) and Wearable Technology Lab (WTL) details the development of a temperature-responsive textile that can be used to create self-fitting garments powered only by body heat. More...
- Graduate Student Research and Creative Activity
- Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Activity
Collegiate Research Centers
- Center for Design in Health
- Center for Sustainable Building Research
- Goldstein Museum of Design
- Minnesota Design Center
Intercollegiate Research Centers
Departmental Research Centers
Other Areas of Interest
- Consortium for Research Practices
- Design Thinking
- Human Dimensioning Lab
- Virtual Reality Design Lab
- Visiting Scholars Information
- Wearable Technology Lab
- Zero+Campus Design Project