DETROIT – Prospects for automotive designers in the U.S. may appear thin as domestic auto makers downsize, but the College for Creative Studies and several key partners are taking steps to ensure the next generation of designers is well-educated and ready to work on the vehicles of tomorrow. This week, CCS celebrates the opening of its A. Alfred Taubman Center for Design Education in the refurbished Argonaut Building in the New Center district here. General Motors Corp. built the historic ...

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