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IACT: Creativity for Tomorrow

DRIVE Thru: Mary Clare Corrigan


Mary Clare Corrigan is a mechanical engineering major going into her Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE Thru, MC speaks on vulnerability, Dolphin Tale, and 360 degrees of reciprocation one prosthetic at a time.

Listen to this episode here or search "DRIVE with IACT" on Spotify.


The DRIVE is based around every student's individual Passion, Purpose, and Possibility. Join members of IACT as we explore individual DRIVES and what the future brings for our interviewees.

The Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at the University of Dayton is an academic institute training students in non-linear problem solving, cross-disciplinary collaboration and vocationally-centered creative design. Learn more at

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DRIVE Thru: Evan Krimpenfort

Evan Krimpenfort is a computer engineering major and IACT certificate student going into his Senior year at the University of Dayton. In this episode of DRIVE thru, Evan speaks on trusting oneself, growing into partnerships, and the power of creating "bridges to inspiration."

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Skills for the Future: Collaboration

Collaboration includes the capacity to work productively with different individuals and groups towards a common goal, and it’s one of the applied creativity micro-credentials from Education Design Lab being offered through UD's Institute of Applied Creativity (IACT).

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