Innovative Design Studio draws three questions from Chancellor Green

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Innovative Design Studio draws three questions from Chancellor Green

3 Questions with Ronnie | Raikes School Design Studio

Chancellor Ronnie Green is on campus and talking one-on-one with Huskers in his “3 Questions with Ronnie” video series.

In this installment, Green poses three questions about the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management’s Design Studio program. The discussion features Cheryl Nelson, director of the Design Studio, and Bryce Janke, a senior computer science major.

Established in 1999 as a joint venture between the university’s College of Business and the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, the Raikes School is an honors program with a mission to develop world-class innovators and leaders. Raikes’ Design Studio is a capstone program through which students work with real world clients to develop innovative solutions. It guarantees that each student, prior to graduation, gains experience of participating in a full software product development cycle.

See more videos in the “3 Questions with Ronnie” series.

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