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Virtual Design Workshop

November 9, 2020
Start Time: 3:45 pm
Location:
Virtual Event

The Wittenberg Institute for Public Humanities and Sciences and Department of Business and Economics, supported by the BASCIS National Science Foundation grant are co-sponsoring a virtual design thinking two-part workshop titled "Designing for Inclusive & Responsive Public Humanities and Sciences and Market-Driven Structures." Featuring design thinking expert Danielle Lake, associate professor and director of the Center of Design Thinking at Elon University in North Carolina, part one will take place from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 9. Lake will discuss how faculty and students might effectively and ethically have impact across public spaces and with various publics. Part two will take place from 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 16. Lake will discuss experience mapping – designing for inclusive and responsive public humanities and sciences.

Faculty, staff, and students can register to attend at https://signup.com/go/sYTGOtw with a preference that participants attend both workshops so they can build upon each other. Sign up now as there is a 60-person limit.

Contact Person:
Nancy McHugh
Sponsoring Department:
The Wittenberg Institute for Public Humanities and Sciences and Department of Business and Economics
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