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The 2nd EAC meeting

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In October 14th, KAIST ID was in session of the 2nd Global External Advisory Committee Meeting with the members; Prof. Donald A. Norman (Northwestern University), Prof. Pieter Jan Stappers (Delft University), Prof. Patrick Whitney (Illinois Institute of Technology), Prof. Jeremy Myerson (Royal college of Art). EAC praised KAIST ID department’s well organized faculty members and students’ excellence. They advised that KAIST ID needs to focus on how to be the world class design school with specialty.
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