development

Meet the Staff: Nick Golebiewski


Nick Golebiewski, Membership Associate, shares his experience working at Cooper-Hewitt.
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Meet the Staff: Kelly Gorman


Kelly Gorman, Grants Manager in the Development Department, shares her experience working at Cooper-Hewitt.
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Cooper-Hewitt: Richard Campanella at City of Neighborhoods 2008


Richard Campanella tracks the physical geography, historical development, and population of New Orleans from colonial times to after Hurricane Katrina.
City of Neighborhoods, 2008, Richard Campanella, geographer, Tulane, New Orleans, history, physical geography, development, population, Hurricane Katrina, civic engagement, Lecture, talk, long, public program

MOUSE Corps Students meet Bill Moggridge at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum


This year Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum is taking part in this innovative project by providing MOUSE Corps Legacy students the opportunity to learn about how design can affect and improve the community.
MOUSE, corps, students, Bill Moggridge, youth, development, high school, high-school, social action, legacy, project, local, global, needs, technology, multimedia, New York City, NYC, Teens

Research Chronicles


Follow my field research chronicles on twitter, starting in Kumasi, Ghana at the International Development Design Summit organized by Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and MIT. The summit aims to create equity in the distribution of research and development resources by focusing on the needs of the world’s poor.
International Development Design Summit, Kwame Nkrumah University, MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, summit, equity, distribution, research, resources, poverty, collaboration, cross-discipline, Maker Faire, Africa, Accra, Ghana, manufacturing, indigenous, technologies, development, Twitter

Virtual Marketplace


World Bank’s Development Marketplace has started a blog to exchange and expand knowledge about innovation and social entrepreneurship for early stage development around the world.
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National Design Triennial


Cooper-Hewitt invites you to submit ideas for our fourth Triennial exhibition, opening in 2010. We are looking for designers, firms, and projects from around the world that answer the question “Why design now?”
Triennial, Exhibition, Why Design Now, 2010, submissions, tool, problem solving, trends, creativity, social, sustainability, accessibility, universality, fair trade, conservation, health, education, capitalism, underserved, populations, systems, services, networks, products, experience, solutions, beautiful, just, invention, inventive, series, development, public input, ideas, nominations

Process This!


On March 8, Ben Fry offered a hands-on workshop at Cooper-Hewitt devoted to Processing, the open-source visual design software that he co-authored. For more information, visit our calendar.
Ben Fry, information visualization, data visualization, Workshop, hands-on, Processing, open-source, open source, software, visual design, co-author, Tech on Your Terms, public programs, explore, experiment, code, writing, graphics, commercial software, generate, skills, development, tool, interactive, animation, audio, visual, input