Bryant IDEA program allows students to work with local businesses

BRYANT UNIVERSITY'S three-day design-thinking boot camp, known as Innovation and Design Experience for All, provides an opportunity for students to develop and apply innovative solutions to problems put forward by local businesses.
BRYANT UNIVERSITY'S three-day design-thinking boot camp, known as Innovation and Design Experience for All, provides an opportunity for students to develop and apply innovative solutions to problems put forward by local businesses.
SMITHFIELD – Now in its sixth year, Bryant University’s three-day design-thinking boot camp, known as Innovation and Design Experience for All, or IDEA, saw students develop and apply innovative solutions to problems put forward by local businesses. “Design thinking can be hard for the brain,” said Allison Butler, 2018 IDEA program director and associate professor…

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