USU's OPDD Hosts Exhibit for Inaugural Graduating Class

Utah State University’s now four-year-old Outdoor Product Design and Development (OPDD) program will host a Senior Exhibit for its first ever graduating class. Senior students will present portfolios as well as final projects to the OPDD Industrial Advisory Board, local industry representatives and the public at this culminating event Friday, April 12, from 1–3 p.m., in the Daines Concert Hall lobby in the Chase Fine Arts Center on USU’s Logan campus. 

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The Outdoor Product Design and Development program at USU is based in Logan, Utah, and was created in the Fall of 2015 in order to better prepare a workforce looking to design and develop products for sports and outdoor industry. Students in the OPDD program learn product design and development principles and practices, sketching and digital design, materials, supply chains, sustainability and rapid prototyping in order to fit a growing demand for product designers and developers.

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