Wilson Named Groovystuff Design Challenge Winner
November 6, 2013,
DALLAS-Meghan Wilson from Auburn University placed first in the "Popular Vote at Market" for the Groovystuff by Design: Connecting Education with Industry Challenge at the recent High Point Market.
Wilson was one of 16 students in the Industrial Design program at Auburn University who participated in an education-to-industry collaboration with Groovystuff for the fall 2013 academic semester. Under the guidance of professor Tin-Man Lau, and combined with design direction from the Groovystuff staff via Facebook, students were tasked with developing a residential home furnishings product utilizing the reclaimed materials found in the Groovystuff product line.
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