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Student Inspired Radio is home to informational podcasts about a variety of topics developed through the experience, education and passions of the faculty at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh — Online Division. Each podcast was developed for inspiring and informing the online student body. The Student Inspired Radio channel is produced and overseen by the General Education Training Committee.

Please visit us at http://www.aionline.edu.

To learn more about our Regulatory Information https://www.artinstitutes.edu/home/social-media-overview

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Student Inspired Radio is home to informational podcasts about a variety of topics developed through the experience, education and passions of the faculty at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh — Online Division. Each podcast was developed for inspiring and informing the online student body. The Student Inspired Radio channel is produced and overseen by the General Education Training Committee.

Please visit us at http://www.aionline.edu.

To learn more about our Regulatory Information https://www.artinstitutes.edu/home/social-media-overview

    Notre Dame and the Twin Towers: Why We Mourn Buildings

    Notre Dame and the Twin Towers: Why We Mourn Buildings

    The Art Historian in me is absolutely devastated, utterly wrecked. The optimist in me is so relieved to see that all is not lost, that human beings do what they have always done in the face of tragedy: come together, act with one, singular intention and save everything that can be saved, and then ...rebuild.
    Link to The World segments:
    https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-04-16/notre-dame-remembered-gathering-point-world
    https://www.pri.org/stories/2019-04-16/why-are-we-so-moved-plight-notre-dame
    "The Falling Man"
     

    • 7 min
    Concept development, architectural precedent and field research in Interior Design

    Concept development, architectural precedent and field research in Interior Design

    Do you know the difference between a design problem statement and a concept statement?  Would you like to learn more about architectural precedent and field research to support your design solutions?  This podcast is a brief overview of concept development, architectural precedent, and field research for interior design projects and offers several examples and resources to help take your projects to the next level! 
    Link to First in Architecture website:
    Precedent – http://www.firstinarchitecture.co.uk/architecture-precedent-study-and-analysis/
    Concepts - http://www.firstinarchitecture.co.uk/how-to-develop-architectural-concepts/
     
    Contributor: Krista Nutter

    • 6 min
    CIDA – What is it and why should you care?

    CIDA – What is it and why should you care?

    Learn what all this fuss about CIDA is, why it’s important and how it impacts you as a student in our interior design bachelors program.
    Link to CIDA website – https://accredit-id.org/
    Link to the Art Institutes Accreditation webpage with CIDA statement - https://www.artinstitutes.edu/online/about/accreditation
     
    Contributor: Krista Nutter

    • 8 min
    I Don't Need Feedback!

    I Don't Need Feedback!

    Being criticized for the work that you do is not always easy to take…but criticism or feedback is a good thing!  This podcast examines why feedback is good for you as a student.  It is not only a necessary “evil” …but a very important guide!
     
    This podcast will hopefully help you view feedback in a new way.  If feedback is utilized constructively it can help you achieve your ultimate educational goal…graduation!
     
    Contributor: Dr. Sheila Cuffy

    • 8 min
    Interview with Photographer Kristen Giles

    Interview with Photographer Kristen Giles

    In this podcast, Assistant Professor of Digital Photography Ellyn Norris interviews former student and photographer Kristen Giles about starting a career in photography.
    Contributor: Ellyn Norris

    • 21 min
    Sit Less and Move More

    Sit Less and Move More

    As online students, we spend a lot of time in front of the computer – usually sitting down. Then, to relax, we often “put our feet up” and “chill on the couch” – additional sedentary activities. However, medical science indicates that sitting down too much can have negative health impacts. This podcast discussed those impacts, solutions to combat them, and offers a “live” stretching session. For a video of the stretching exercises, please visit: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nge876drxtj3deq/IMG_0969.MOV?dl=0
     
    Contributor: Alisa Gaylon
     

    • 12 min

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