The Big Ten Student Design Challenge provides college students with real-world applications for knowledge learned in the classroom. This year, Ohio State students were challenged to redesign an informal space in Smith Lab on the Columbus campus. The Golden Bucks team Gabby McCloy, Christine Stankiewicz, Olivia Forsyth and Katherine Hunter, wowed the OSU judges with their thoughtful and thorough design, and secured their spot as one of the top three teams nationally.
The Big Ten Student Design Challenge puts design decisions in the hands of those impacted the most by campus learning environments—the students. This year, The Ohio State University received seven design proposals for a common area in Smith Lab on the Columbus campus. Participants represented a broad range of disciplines including Interior Design, Architecture, City and Regional Planning, Visual Communications Design and more.
Interested in leaving your personal touch on Ohio State? Gather a team of three to four students to redesign a space on the Columbus campus. Ohio State students of all majors are invited to compete in the second-annual Big Ten Student Design Challenge , hosted by the Big Ten Academic Alliance in partnership with Herman Miller. Submit your design proposal by 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, November 26 , for a chance to win $2,000, network with industry professionals and see your design plans become a reality.