Minister of Science and Member of Parliament tour campus

 

Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 5:15pm

On March 15, The Honourable Kirsty Duncan and Adam Vaughan, MP for Spadina–Fort York, met with President Sara Diamond and members of OCAD University’s research labs to learn about the unique work produced by our faculty and students. The tour included the, Social Body Lab, Health Design Studio, Visual Analytics Lab and Strategic Innovation Lab, all at 205 Richmond St. W. The visit gave Minister Duncan the opportunity to see how interdisciplinary design and science are. Minister Duncan is herself a former professor and scientist, recognized as an expert in the fields of environmental change and its impact on human health.

The tour concluded with MELTDOWN, the thesis exhibit of IAMD graduate student Annette Mangaard.

CIBC has pledged a gift of $100,000 in scholarships to OCAD University to support two of the institution’s unique programs, the Indigenous Visual Culture Program and the Inclusive Design Program.
People walking on a street
An article inclusive of Janis Cole's film 'Hookers on Davie' in the next issue of POV
Peter Sramek announces Version 2.2 of Paris After Marville, published in the Apple App Store this week!
photo of sculptural maquette featuring a large crushed can sculpture
Michelle Cieloszczyk, a third year student in OCAD University’s Sculpture/Installation program, is the winner of the 2017 First Capital Realty Public Art Competition.
Andrew Watch "External Goods" $4000 Nancy Lee Rhodes Roberts Scholarship Award
From 10,000 submissions, the jury selected only 380 images total (professional and student) to appear in the book and represent the best pictures from 2016. Seven of which are from OCADU Students. Congratulations!
President Sara Diamond spoke at the 2017 BIA national Conference on April 4 to help launch the BIG IdeA, a collaborative pilot program that celebrates successes and promotes innovations in accessibility.
Application Title: "Off the Record: Hip-Hop Cultural Workers in Canada"
Minister Kirsty Duncan with student looking at wearable art
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 - 5:15pm

On March 15, The Honourable Kirsty Duncan and Adam Vaughan, MP for Spadina–Fort York, met with President Sara Diamond and members of OCAD University’s research labs to learn about the unique work produced by our faculty and students. The tour included the, Social Body Lab, Health Design Studio, Visual Analytics Lab and Strategic Innovation Lab, all at 205 Richmond St. W. The visit gave Minister Duncan the opportunity to see how interdisciplinary design and science are. Minister Duncan is herself a former professor and scientist, recognized as an expert in the fields of environmental change and its impact on human health.

The tour concluded with MELTDOWN, the thesis exhibit of IAMD graduate student Annette Mangaard.