Design Research Journals

ASME Journal of Mechanical Design (JMD)
Design Studies
Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis & Manufacturing (AIEDAM)
Research in Engineering Design (RIED)
Journal of Engineering Design (JED)
Design Science Journal (DSJ)
Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering (JCISE)
International Journal of Design Creativity and Innovation

Design Research Conferences

ASME International Design Engineering Technical Conferences (ASME IDETC)
International Conference on Engineering Design (ICED)
Design Computing and Cognition Conference (DCC)
International Design Conference

Professional Societies

Industrial Designers Society of America
The Design Society
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Society of Women Engineers

Job Resources

Academic Jobs

Academic Keys
Chronicle Vitae

Design Industry Jobs

Core 77

UW-Madison Resources

Mental Health

Mental Health Services (UHS) Clinical Services: To get started with mental health resources on campus, new students schedule a phone screening, called Access appointments, to collaboratively determine a student’s needs and connect the student to the best resources.

Groups & Self-Referral: Group counseling is available for many different topic areas, types of support, and communities served. For a full list of groups and descriptions and information on how to get started, click the link.

Let’s Talk: Virtual, online versions of informal one-on-one drop-in consultations with a counselor will run throughout the semester.

Student Success Workshops: MHS’s Student Success Workshops have includes topics such as test anxiety, attention and focus, and time management.

Survivor Services: Support available to student survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, and/or stalking.

Advocacy Services: Help for students with accommodations, information about rights and reporting options, accompaniments, referrals, and consultations.

SilverCloud: An online, self-guided, interactive mental health resource that provides students with accessible treatment options 24 hours a day (app available). SilverCloud’s evidence-based learning modules address: Anxiety, Depression, Body image, and Stress.

Badger Support Network: a student organization that focuses on peer support and connection. BSN is composed of peer led student groups that meet regularly throughout the semester.

Suicide Prevention Training for UW-Madison Students: A training for bystanders on how to support a peer in distress. Help is available.

Connecting Badgers Podcast: Connecting Badgers is a podcast hosted by Mental Health Services staff discussing topics relevant to our campus communities.  Episodes last fall included ADHD and self-diagnosis, men’s mental health, and coping with end of semester stress.

One-On-One Wellness Coaching: One-on-one wellness coaching provides an opportunity for you to meet individually with a wellness coach, as needed, about wellness goals. One-on-one meetings are approximately 30-45 minutes depending on your needs.

Group Wellness Coaching: Wellness Circles meet once a week for four weeks at various times and spaces around campus. There is also a virtual option. Each meeting will include mindfulness practice, a mini-lesson on wellbeing, reflection time, discussion, wellness coaching, and goal setting for the following week.

UW-Madison 24-hour crisis services: (608) 265-5600 (select option 9 for crisis services)

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: (800)273-8255

Crisis Text Line: Text 741741