From Graphic Designer to Global Health Innovator. David Rojas-Léon is committed to improving healthcare. As a visual designer and lead interaction designer at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai’s Arnhold Institute, David puts humans at the center of his work. His goal is to create a sustainable global health impact for poor communities,…
“I want to draw a parallel between high school and middle school students here in New York children of migrants, Colombian migrants and also see what happens in certain schools in Bogota around this idea of being educated in peace as a culture.” — David Rojas
by David Rojas
“Piezas Faltantes (Missing Pieces) is an intervention that brings to life the memory of people in Colombia who went missing due to the political armed conflict.”
David Rojas-León is a Colombian graphic designer with a degree in Design Management from Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogotá. He’s worked on a range of projects in web and print design, branding, communication, and strategic design. His first job was as a web designer at Casa Editorial El Tiempo. In 2010 he began work…
Welcome to our international information session, wherever you are in the world. We have a tradition to post, after our New York reception, an online welcome of sorts to all our international applicants. In this film, you’ll find an overview of the program, and answers to the questions we are most often asked, from our first and second year students.
DSI Faculty Lina Srivastava and students Margarita Korol & David Rojas co-production of the exhibition “Priya’s Shakti” featured on MSNBC.