UIC Design :: Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series :: Amir Bebic

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

UIC Innovation Center :: 1240 W Harrison Street

Amir Berbic received a BFA in Graphic Design from UIC and an MFA in Visual Communication from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Currently an Associate Professor of Design at the American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates, Amir teaches visual communication studio, history of design, and design foundations. His research interests are in place branding, dimensional typography, and design pedagogy. His design and writing have been featured in academic and professional publications, conferences and exhibitions including Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design at the Art Institute of Chicago, curated by Joseph Rosa and Zoe Ryan in 2010. http://amirberbic.com/

Project Syncere Saturday Program hosted at Innovation Center


Thanks to the success of the Project Syncere summer camp students will be returning this fall for the Syncere Saturday program.
The Syncere after school program teaches middle school students STEM subjects through project based learning.

Fall Saturday program will run eight weeks and begins on October 15th.