Outdoor Product Design & Development Program Helps Host Event for Local Kids to Learn How to Sketch
By Taylor Emerson |
As a part of an ongoing partnership, USU’s Outdoor Product Design & Development program helps host an event for local kids and refugees to learn how to sketch outdoor products, most recently learning how to draw shoes.
OPDD has twice now teamed up with Athletics United — a Logan-based nonprofit running club that aims to provide community and support to local refugees — to invite their members to come to campus and work with faculty to be introduced to and practice the fundamentals of drawing out new product designs.
To learn more about USU's OPDD program, visit opdd.usu.edu, and for more information on Athletics United, visit www.athleticsunited.us.
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