Faculty Teaching

  • Faculty may propose interdisciplinary courses for Fall & Spring terms

  • The Co-Works proposal process is parallel to the standard course proposal process and has the same deadlines

  • The course, syllabus, and proposal are developed with the Co-Works Director in advance of submission

  • Cross-departmental collaborations are encouraged and prioritized

  • TU funding may come from home department support, the Provost Office, and/or other sources

  • Courses must be open to students in all departments

  • Faculty should be prepared to give core technical instruction

 

 
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Graduate Student Teaching

Winter Session Grad Teaching (3 credit)

  • Grads may propose experimental courses for Winter Session

  • The Co-Works proposal process is parallel to the standard Winter Session proposal process through the Grad home department

  • The course, syllabus, and proposal are developed with the Co-Works Director in advance of submission

  • Cross-departmental collaborations are encouraged

  • Grads already engaged with Co-Works are prioritized

  • Courses must be open to students in all departments

Fall & Spring Grad Teaching (1 credit workshops)

  • Grads may propose Fall & Spring workshops at Co-Works

  • The course, syllabus, and proposal are developed with the Co-Works Director and the respective Department Head in advance of submission

  • Workshop format is usually three four-week sessions in a term

  • Requires departmental support in the form of a Teaching Assistantship

  • Proposals from grads already engaged at Co-Works are prioritized

  • Courses must be open to students in all departments

  • Updated proposal link coming soon

 
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Research

Faculty Proposals

  • Approved research receives priority Co-Works access and support

  • Funding sources include these internal opportunities

  • Co-Works access may not be used for commercial production

  • Updated proposal link coming soon

Student Proposals

  • Co-Works is working with RISD Research to offer student funding

  • Approved research receives priority Co-Works access and support

  • Student research proposals cannot be designed around coursework

  • Research may be part of an ISP or CSP

  • Co-Works access may not be used for commercial production

  • Updated proposal link coming soon

 
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Fall 2017 Research Projects

Spatial Computation
Chris Novello (GD Faculty)

Fairytales & Forgery
Andrea Hansen (GD BFA '19)