| BROOKE'S DREAM AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF MICHIGAN |
Central Michigan University students from a variety of programs including Child Development, Interior Design, Family Studies and Honors recently partnered with Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit to re-design hospital rooms to provide a more cheerful and bright environment for children.The project "Brooke's Dream" was completed in memory of CMU alumna Brooke Wise, who passed away in an automobile accident in 2010.
| "DESIGN FOR GOOD" SERVICE LEARNING COURSE|
Eight Honors students enrolled in HON 321G: Design for Good took part in the relocation and design of the Coe Township Library in Shepherd, Michigan. The library moved from it's current location, which was 900 square feet, to a more spacious 4,000 square foot building. The students were responsible for various elements of the project, including: minor demolition work, space planning, finish selection, painting, installing flooring, and much more. The class was taught by Interior Design instructor Sue Bowlby.
| MICHIGAN ANTIQUE & COLLECTIVE FESTIVAL |
| CMU STUDENT DESIGN COMPETITION/EXHIBITION |
The goals of the event were to showcase a "New Fresh Look at Decorating with Antiques," to help promote the use of antiques by younger generations, and to emphasize creativity, affordability & sustainability. Sixteen students competed in groups of four, each designing a showroom space.
| SHELTERHOUSE TEEN ROOM |
Students from ASID worked with instructor Brenda Skeel to design a teen room for Shelterhouse, a local shelter for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.