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HXDI students and faculty engaged in collaborative strategy session
The Department of Design is excited to offer students a Master of Arts in Human Experience Design Interactions (MA_HXDI). The program will prepare students and/or returning professionals from diverse undergraduate backgrounds for advanced multidisciplinary design work in careers of their choice.
Alena Rey Gretencord
Scott Gretencord (Alena's father) has invited us all to attend Alena's Celebration of Life this coming Sunday, November 11th, 11am-1pm All are invited Anaheim Hills Golf Course Clubhouse 6501 Nohl Ranch Road Anaheim, CA. 92807  
Alena Rey Gretencord
Design will hold an immediate gathering at our gallery this Wednesday, October 31, 11:45am–1:00 pm All students and faculty are invited. We will have food and counseling available for anyone in need. Alena's Senior Industrial Design classmates and friends will present a special gift to Alena's family as well. Other memorials and services to come in coming weeks. The Department of Design has been struck with the tragic loss of one of our beloved students for a second time in just three years.
Congratulations to our two Industrial Design teams among the eight finalists in the 2018 Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.
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Congratulations to Industrial Design student Nikki Escobar and her engineering and marketing student team, Artemus Labs, winners of the 2018 University Innovation Challenge.  See the full story at: http://www.csulb.edu/innovation-challenge
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As a design professor at California State University, Long Beach, Heather Barker is always looking for partner organizations that can use her students’ help. That’s how she found the Long Beach i-team. Over two semesters, Barker’s students researched and modeled the steps required to start a business in Long Beach. Their work laid the foundation for what became BizPort, a city website that gives entrepreneurs everything they need to know in one place.