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Featured in Vogue, Emily Barker (SAIC 2010–15) discusses the intersections of style and social media in advocating for models and persons with disabilities.
"More Speech: A Conversation about the First Amendment," was featured on NPR station WSIU Carbondale's radio program InFocus.
Contemporary Practices Assistant Professor Maria Gaspar amplifies the voices of the marginalized at the Chicago Architecture Biennial.
SAIC received the 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award, a national honor recognizing US colleges and universities that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Associate Professor of Photography LaToya Ruby Frazier's work is on view at her first solo show in Chicago.
Assistant Professor Mika Tosca (Liberal Arts) recently spoke with WTTW's Chicago Tonight her move from NASA to SAIC and how artists and scientists can work together to communicate to the public about climate change.
Haman Cross III, artist and instructor in SAIC's Continuing Studies program and Eric Hotchkiss, lecturer in the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects, worked with youth to design the 18 holes of a mini golf course in Douglas Park.
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