- BA, Art & Art History, Williams College 2008
- MFA, Design, Stanford University 2012
Design thinking; human-centered design; creative confidence; hands-on learning
- Korsunskiy, E., Hoffmann, K., Garmon, G., Angst, W., and Roeschmann, C. "Toward a Peer-Powered Resource for Teaching Human-Centered Design Projects at the University Level." The Journal of Design and Creative Technologies. Vol. 2, Issue 1: September 2018.
- Korsunskiy, E. “A New Kind of ‘Flipped’ Classroom.” Leadership + Design. September 2017.
- Korsunskiy, E. “Wheeling our Learning Spaces into the Future.” Leadership + Design. January 2017.
- Woodhouse Excellence in Teaching Award, Thayer School of Engineering (2020)
- Presidents' Good Steward Award, Campus Compact for NH (2019)
- Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching, DCAL (2018)
- Engaged Practices Innovation Grant, University of Vermont (2015, 2016)
- Innovation by Design Award, Fast Company (2013)
- Educator’s Choice Award, Maker Faire Bay Area (2012, 2013)
- Spark! Grant, Stanford Arts Institute (2011)
- SiCa Fellowship, Stanford University (2010)
- Phi Beta Kappa (2008)
- Hubbard Hutchinson Memorial Fellowship, Williams College (2008)
- Ruchman Fellowship, Williams College (2007)
- Berkshire Art Association Fellowship (2007)
Senior Design Challenge
Senior Design Challenge, is a two-term human centered design course taught Professor Korsunskiy. Students work in multidisciplinary teams, supported by the Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning (DCAL), and collaborate with partner organizations to tackle real-world problems. DCAL awarded Korsunskiy and Professor Peter Robbie with the 2018 Apgar Award for Innovation in Teaching for their design and teaching of the course.
In 2019, the student teams partnered with organizations in healthcare, including Pison Technologies, The Women's Health Resource Center, and the Weight & Wellness Center and the Patient Safety Lab at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. DCAL's video series goes behind the scenes of each of these projects to find out more about the projects and student experiences in the course.