Entrepreneurship Class Creates Packaging and Product Displays

On Monday, March 2nd, students in the “Essentials of Entrepreneurship” class focused on form and function as they designed packaging and displays for a variety of products in the Center for Innovation & Design.  

The class – which is taught by English teacher Kate Muttick and Learning Systems Manager Caitlin Skobo-Trought — began the project last week by participating in a workshop on form and function with Design Arts & Sciences teacher Matt Martino, who led the students through basic folding and cutting exercises. 

On Monday, the students worked on package design and displays for a variety of products including a wristwatch, a golf ball, nail polish, and glasses.

Later in the semester, Deanna Whelan’s Advanced Graphic Design students will collaborate with the Essentials of Entrepreneurship class to gain experience working with a client on a project.


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