Creative curriculum, small class sizes, the social justice mission in a liberal arts setting... there's so much to love about USF's Design Program. Here's a glimpse at what our students and faculty love
Alumni Samara Miu, class of ‘14, reflects back on her time in the Design program and how it served as the perfect fit to combine her passions for design and social justice
What was the most
There's a lot happening this Spring in the Design Program. We welcome new part-time faculty members, are excited about new courses, and new opportunities for our design students.
Welcome New Part-Time
Professor Noopur Agarwal is USF Design's newest full-time faculty member. She brings a wealth of knowledge and advice to the program and has already taught a range of classes including Vis Com 1,
Senior Chris Sayas is a double major in Design and History. Chris spoke to us about why he feels the two can complement each other and how history inform his designs.
What inspired you to
As Professor Liat Berdugo’s favorite song played through her earbuds, she intently watched other listeners use their own headphones with a bingo card in hand. The Bingo card listed particular
The USF Design Program welcomed professors Adrien Segal and Scott Kildall to co-teach the Information Visualization course for the Fall 2017 semester. We asked them three questions to introduce themselves
2011 alum Elizabeth Brown graduated with a degree in Design and a minor in Art History. She reflects on her time in the design program and how it helped her gain valuable experience and connections that
On Tuesday October 12, 2017, Design students in Professor Liat Berdugo and Professor Noopur Agarwal’s Digital Literacy classes displayed their work on the Digital Canvas as a part of "Open Doors." Hosted
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