Danish Kurani was inducted into “Generation Change,” established by the U.S. State Department to represent some of the best and most innovative American Muslim leaders today. Kurani was recognized for his role as an ambassador for Islam and his ongoing efforts to use design as a platform for change. The group reflects Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s commitment to strengthening relations between the U.S. and Muslim communities worldwide. Video
Government think tank appointment
A satellite campus at the Googleplex that gives Howard University students a mix of collegiate and professional experiences all in one place.
When a school aims to constantly experiment with educational practices, the campus becomes a critical place for testing and sharing ideas.
A community learning space where Black and Latino youth are welcomed into the Computer Science and Tech fields with role models, resources, and opportunities.
Building a nurturing campus that teaches court-involved men how to work, study, and live in healthy ways.
Danish Kurani explains why architecture changes the way people learn. Watch as he shows us how to design better schools.
The Collaboratory supports different learning styles so kids can come together and brainstorm, discuss, or ideate in the ways that are most comfortable for them.
Redesigning a 70-year old classroom environment to support personalized learning, project based curriculum, and student collaboration and idea sharing.
Campus prototype for NYC public high schools designed to improve college and career outcomes for black and latino students through empowerment practices, applied learning, and career coaching.