Mailing

APRIL 2
Fernando Dominguez Rubio and Lilly Irani - Design as Politics
UCSD, Communication

4:30 - 6 | Marshall Room | Price Center

APRIL 9
Benjamin Bratton - On Alibis, Ontologies, Ideologies and Interfaces:
Speculative Design in Theory and Practice

UCSD, Visual Arts

4:30 - 6 | Marshall Room | Price Center

APRIL 16
Paul Dourish - The Cultural Narratives of Design Practice
UC Irvine, Informatics

4:30 - 6 | Marshall Room | Price Center

APRIL 23
Geof Bowker - Thinking Big
UC Irvine, Informatics

4:30 - 6 | Seuss Room | Geisel Library

APRIL 30
No seminar

MAY 7
Chris Le Dantec - Designing Publics
Georgia Tech, Literature, Media, and Communication

4:30 - 6 | Marshall Room | Price Center

MAY 14
Brian Goldfarb - Design with Care
UCSD, Communication

4:30 - 6 | Atkinson Hall 4004

MAY 21
Christian Sandvig - Infrastructural Reversals
University of Michigan, Communication and School of Information

4:30 - 6 | Atkinson Hall 4004

MAY 28
Aimi Hamraie - Sloped Technoscience
Vanderbilt University, Medicine, Health, and Society

5:30 - 7 | Atkinson Hall 4004

JUNE 4
Seth Lerer - The History of the Book and the Idea of Design
4:30 - 6 | Atkinson Hall 4004

» VIEW 2014 WINTER QUARTER LECTURES

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Students have many options to pursue design at large through classes and research. Relevant winter and spring courses include:

COGS 10 - Cognitive Consequences of Technology

COGS 102C - Cognitive Design Studio

COGS 102B - Cognitive Ethnography

COMM 146 - Critical Design Practice

CAT 124s and 198s - Culture, Art and Technology Practicum

ICAM Major - Interdisciplinary Computing and the Arts

MAE3 - Introduction to Engineering Graphics and Design

COGS 120 / CSE 170 - Intro to Human-Computer Interaction Design

COGS 187a - Cognitive Aspects of Digital Design

CSE 110 (formerly CSE 70) - Software Engineering

MAE 154 - Product Design & Entrepreneurship

UXDA Student Group
Students and faculty from the UCSD campus collaborate on research and teaching in design. Research groups/programs include:

Prospective graduate students should apply to the home department of the faculty they seek as their primary advisor. Once admitted, students will have the opportunity to work with faculty across the university, as research groups and projects commonly span departments.

FACULTY HIRING:

Design is a focus of new faculty recruitment. The Cognitive Science department seeks candidates for a new faculty hire in design. Apply by January 15 for full consideration. Computer Science & Engineering is also hiring faculty, with an emphasis on human-computer interaction; apply by January 1 for full consideration.