In a course co-taught by Lane Duncan MDes ’87 at the Georgia Institute of Technology, students from all majors and graduate areas learn the foundations of design through creative expressions of the natural world. The course, entitled “Drawing on Design,” focuses on five tenets of Design Behavior, encouraging students to explore them in a way related to their primary area of study while drawing on natural subjects. This is the second year that the course has been offered and an article from the school notes that it “is a welcome change of pace” for many students that allows them to “tap into their creativity while exploring design principles of the world around them.” For more details about the course, see the full article published on the Georgia Tech news website.