Author: Milena Radzikowska

Design for Peace & Reconciliation

Friday, September 13 | 12:00 — 1:00Lincoln Park Room Please join us for a storytelling and sharing session about our learnings from the International Design Development Summit’s Taller de Diseño e Innovación Communitaria (TaDIC). Please bring your lunch. Coffee, tea, and cookies will be served. Presented by Milena Radzikowska and Jillian Mah Colombia, a country […]

ML+AI Workshop

September 27 & 28 2019 | 9:00 — 5:00 TICKETS: $45.00 | STUDENT TICKET $15.00WELCOMING STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND INDUSTRY Department of Mathematics and Computing at Mount Royal University in collaboration with the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship is organizing a two-day workshop on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. The workshop is dedicated to advancing the understanding and implementation […]

ID Research Presented at Celebrate! Teaching and Learning at MRU

Our presentation at this year’s Celebrate! Conference reported on the pedagogical and design prototyping findings that emerged from the 3610 group project: Material Engagements—Data-Based Provocations on the MRU Campus (presented by Courtney Clarkson, Milena Radzikowska, and Lucy Randal). In Fall 2018, Dr. Radzikowska received a Teaching and Learning Enhancement grant from the Provost’s office to […]

Gabrielle Dickson—recipient of the Centennial Gold Medal

We are thrilled to congratulate Gabrielle Dickson for being the recipient of the 2019 Centennial Gold Medal. Gabrielle Dickson who will be graduating with a Bachelor of Communication—Information Design will be presented with the medal at Spring Convocation.  Criteria for this award includes not only a high GPA, but also demonstrated leadership through involvement in campus and community activities. Gabrielle achieved and […]

Team Kistoonan: MRU’s Map the System Winners

Kistoonon (us in Blackfoot) is a team of social activists from varied backgrounds bringing awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada. The team has been researching this topic through the lens of systems thinking since November 2018 with the blessings and help of elders, community members, and organizations. This project has always been […]