Celebrate the many facets of research that are evident in the endeavors of Lesley students, faculty, and alumni working as artists, teachers, innovators, activists, scholars, and citizens.
The path is formed by taking it: social enterprise, collaborative development and Study Abroad
GLASS, the Guyana Study Abroad Service Semester, partners Lesley University with an indigenous Guyanese NGO, Rupununi Learners, to foster “asset-based development” of both individuals and communities.
Examining Intersections Between Seemingly Disparate Design Disciplines
This presentation will share a Lesley faculty led collaboration on a National Science Foundation grant process titled, “Collaborative Research: Reconsidering Science through Multi-modal Communication in Engineering and Graphic Design: STEM + Design
Unpacking the Backpack and Introducing Art onto the Midstate Trail: A Dance-Based Research Inquiry into Community Arts-Making
The purpose of this mixed-methods study was to explore the impact of introducing art onto the Midstate Trail, a 95-mile footpath in central Massachusetts running from New Hampshire to Rhode Island.
Memory and Memorialization: Orte der Erinnerung/The Vienna Project
Representing the human capacity to care, memory is the antithesis of genocide, brutality and indifference. Orte der Erinnerung/The Vienna Project will be the first public memorial in Europe to name multiple groups of victims of the Holocaust and National Socialism, within a given country, murdered between 1938-1945.