Voices of XR: Renée Stevens

Making Reality More Accessible

black and white photo of Renee Stevens.

Renée Stevens is an interactive and immersive designer, educator, author, and speaker. Her creative work focuses on innovative ways design can help overcome learning disabilities and create more accessible and inclusive learning environments. For over a decade, she has run her own interactive design studio. You can find her teaching at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where she is the Associate Chair of the Visual Communications Department, overseeing the undergraduate and graduate design programs. In 2017, she was named an Educator to Watch by GDUSA. She has been invited to speak around the world about her work in XR. She is the author of two books, Powered by Design and Designing Immersive 3D Experiences: A Designer’s guide to creating 3D experiences for extended reality. You can learn more at reneestevens.design

Where: Zoom
When: Wednesday, February 17th from 10:25 to 11:40am
Register: bit.ly/XRVoices

This series is generously supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Traineeship (NRT) program as part of the Interdisciplinary Graduate Training in the Science, Technology, and Applications of Augmented and Virtual Reality at the University of Rochester (#1922591).

Recorded Event:

graphic for XR speaker series entitled Voices of XR. On the bottom, is an illustration of a person in a headset reaching with neon geometric squares in the background. On the top is text that reads: "Voices of XR: A Studio X Speaker Series." On top of that, is the Studio X and River Campus Libraries wordmarks.

Join Studio X at the River Campus Libraries in conversation with invited scholars, artists, professionals, and more, who will discuss their work with immersive technologies across disciplines and industries. These events are virtual, free, and open to all members of the campus community and the general public. View the full spring 2021 Voices of XR series.