Awards and Accolades





  • Code for America Fellowship: Alumni Jennings Hanna received a 2014 Code for America Fellowship to assist the Mayor's Office of the City of Albuquerque in building a product that helps residents get access to financial wellness tools. Learn more about his year as a fellow here.
  • 2014 Yelp School of Visual Arts MFA Interaction Design Scholarship. Luke Stern won this award, an award intended to recognize and reward a student in the field of interaction and product design as it relates to community building, personal storytelling, local business evangelism, or entrepreneurship. Learn more here.



  • Good Design Hackathon: Students Tony Chu, Michael Yap, Prachi Pundeer, and Tom Harman took Best in Show in this first of GOOD's Design Hackathons. Second-year Tina Ye's work took Most Innovative. Read more.


  • With a Wave of the Hand, Improvising on Kinect: The thesis project of student Russ Maschmeyer is featured in "Personal Tech" in the New York Times. Read more.
  • Obtract Tracks And Shares Your Distraction Levels—And Gets You Working Again: The thesis project of student Eric St. Onge is featured in Fast Company. Read more.

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