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The KU Design Symposium Lecture Series (formerly the Hallmark Symposium) was established in 1984 to enrich the education of all KU students, and in particular those in the Department of Design, through exposure to designers, artists and educators from the United States and around the world. In this 35-plus year history, the series has grown to become a cultural asset to the local creative community beyond campus. Each year, students and area professionals are able to view groundbreaking work, explore provocative ideas, and learn from the practitioners who are expanding what is possible through art, design, and creative action.
All lectures begin at 6 p.m.
Free and open to the public.
Daniel Wong is Professor of Web Design in the Communication Design Department at New York City College of Technology. Since 1999 Professor Wong has been working in the field of Medical Communications. He has worked as creative director of design and marketing in educational publishing, pharmaceutical marketing, and continuing medical education (CME). He has launched corporate products, directed design services, and created technology solutions for both established global companies and start-ups.