Chase Anderson, program coordinator
LOGAN — A senior exhibit by students involved in USU’s Outdoor Product Design and Development(OPDD)will highlight work accomplished over the entire year, or even the last four years in the undergraduate program.
Program coordinator Chase Anderson was a guest on KVNU’s For the People program on Tuesday said it could be considered their senior thesis.
“They take all the skills that they learned over the four years and channel them into a capstone project. It’s a thesis without being a thesis,” he said.
Anderson said their program is very hands-on for the students enrolled.
“That’s a primary focus of our program, helping students learn how to become visual communicators and using different skills and tools to communicate their ideas. We believe that all the students in our program have problems that they want to solve, they have ideas in their heads that they want to put out into the world, but sometimes you’re limited by your understanding of different tools.”
The exhibit will be held Friday morning from 10a.m. to 12 noon in the TSC Sunburst Lounge on campus. You can learn more about the program at opdd.usu.edu.