Craig Zimring works with his Healthcare Design Class.

Our Academic Role:
Students Learn From SimTigrate Faculty

Our Academic Role: Students Learn From SimTigrate Faculty

Our faculty and researchers are an integral part of the curriculum at the College of Design. In addition to specialty research and topical seminars, Director Craig Zimring and associated faculty teach ARCH 6271 - Healthcare Design of the Future (3 credits each fall) and ARCH 6243 - Evidence-Based Design (3 credits each spring).

The courses are part of the curriculum for the M.S. in Architecture program, with a concentration in Health and Design, and the Ph.D. curriculum with a concentration in evidence-based design.

Healthcare Design of the Future Showcase

The Healthcare Design of the Future is an interactive multidisciplinary workshop class that discusses the basis of healthcare design and its future trends. Craig Zimring and Herminia Machry taught students to empower people living with Mild Cognitive Impairment and their care-partners through innovative healthcare designs.

Nine student teams (their final projects linked below) focused on everyday life and healthcare experiences and collaborated with current SimTigrate Design Lab research. 

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