Join us on March 28, 2018, and help us Paint the Day Purple for our 2nd Annual Giving Day Challenge. This year our goal is to reach 500 donors in 24 hours. Stay tuned on Giving Day for hourly challenges from UB Board of Trustees and alumni!
For more information, visit bridgeport.edu/givingday
WAYS TO PAINT THE DAY PURPLE
• Make a gift on Wednesday, March 28
› Online at give.bridgeport.edu
› Mail a check payable to University of Bridgeport
› Call the Office of Annual Giving at 203.576.4542
• Get social and share your “Only UB” stories using hashtag #UBGivingDay!
Add your brushstroke and join the painting party!
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Join us for the 12th Annual SASD Alumni Design Event – a full day of celebration recognizing our most accomplished alumni and congratulating our graduating seniors! Hosted by Art Landi ’74 ID & UB Trustee and honoring 2018 SASD Professional Achievement Award Winner Patrick Nolan ’90 ID, President of DesignThink Studios.
11:00am Senior Design Exhibition in the Schelfhaudt Gallery
12:00pm Alumni Panel in Littlefield Recital Hall
12:45pm Senior Awards Ceremony in Littlefield Recital Hall
1:30pm Alumni Award Reception in the duPont Tower Room
3:00pm Arnold Bernhard Center tours are offered
4:00pm Alumni Reception concludes
There is no fee to attend but kindly RSVP to by April 25 to Lindsey Christiani, Assistant Director for Alumni & Family Engagement, at 203-576-4151 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also register online at give.bridgeport.edu/SASD2018
About Patrick Nolan ’90
Co-owner & President, DesignThink Studios
Patrick has over 25 years of global design experience in Industrial Design. He is passionate about all things design, meeting and working with new people, and finds it both a little weird and fun writing about himself in the 3rd person. Patrick has worked as a design leader at Black & Decker, Stanley Tools, and Newell Rubbermaid prior to founding DesignThink. He brings his years of experience working on innovative and breakthrough products to help clients identify and translate user needs into relevant and meaningful design solutions. He is focused on creating new user experiences through an integrated design process to ensure that the user’s needs, aesthetic strategies and performance criteria are complemented in each project. He received a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from the University of Bridgeport. Patrick is named on over 60 utility and design patents. He is most comfortable in the fuzzy front end of a project and can see connections where little information exists. Outside of work, Patrick is a huge Corvette nut and is currently working on the restoration of a 1968 convertible that apparently has no real end date in sight, but is fun to work on. From time to time to fuel his artistic side he paints with oils (no, not by number).