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Degrees + Imagination at Work

Industrial and human factors design students (from left) Benjamin D. Rubenstein, Michael R. Perkins and Nicholast J. Krupka prepare to present a product redesign to GE engineers and managers.
Industrial and human factors design students (from left) Benjamin D. Rubenstein, Michael R. Perkins and Nicholast J. Krupka prepare to present a product redesign to GE engineers and managers.
In a GE conference room, the students describe their proposed redesign.
In a GE conference room, the students describe their proposed redesign.

From the Winter 2015 One College Avenue: Following months of research and design to add a brand look and ergonomic feel to a corporation’s technical product, three industrial and human factors design students deliver their proposal to a group of General Electric Co. engineers and managers. Read “Degrees + Imagination at Work.”

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