We are delighted to welcome Emma Kidd as lecturer on our Ecological Design Thinking programme.
Ecological Design Thinking
With record temperatures posted in the UK already this summer, we consider what an ecological design thinking approach can bring to the table in our collective efforts to respond and adapt to more frequent heatwaves.The recent heat wave has led to many commentators...
Sabina Santovetti, a recent graduate from our MA in Ecological Design Thinking, blogs about her recent community projects in Italy.
Ecological Design Thinking is an interdisciplinary programme welcoming students from different backgrounds and expertise. Find out more about what 2021 – 2022 students have been up to as part of the Design in Practice module.
Mona is currently conducting research in North East Tanzania working with the local community to find appropriate ways to address the issue of soil erosion, one of the main causes of land degradation in the region.
Schumacher College and Dartington School of Arts are increasing financial support for students from less well-off backgrounds who want to study at the colleges.
As teaching comes to an end for this year’s Ecological Design Thinking, Programme Lead Mona Nasseri blogs on the last 7 months and the collaboration that was possible between current students and alumni who have developed inspiring initiatives around the world.
Dr Mona Nasseri – programme lead for MA Ecological Design Thinking – explains what makes the approach to learning at Schumacher College different to many other academic institutions.