The Future of Clothing

Illustration of futuristic superheros by graduate student Mary Ellen Berglund

The University of Minnesota is leading the revolution in wearable technology.

U of M Accessibility Observatory announces partnership with TomTom to create national dataset of access to jobs

Clothing for a Cause

Four College of Design students. Photo by David Bowers

U of M students learn how to mass-produce garments—and in the process, help clothe girls in five countries.

On the Runway: Culturally Appropriate Active Wear for East African Girls

Pop-up Park

A rendering of The Sweet Spot, a pop-up park running April 20 through May 10 on the WAM Plaza.

In the last weeks of spring semester, students will turn Weisman Art Museum's concrete plaza into green space.

Creative Hot Spot

Molly Reichert (left) and Andrea Johnson.

Winter cold can’t stifle creativity in Minnesota. Two U of M instructors and their students are sweating out community building ideas with a new mobile sauna.

Designers Explore Advertising and Consumption

Student's hands drawing on paper.

U of M graphic design students recorded everything they consumed for 30 days. Then they designed a response.