The Garage, Northwestern’s hub for student entrepreneurship and innovation, in partnership with the Office of the Provost and the Faculty Distance Learning Workgroup, is pleased to present a new program to explore new developments in teaching and learning: the Innovation in Teaching Series.
Pam Daniels, Clinical Assistant Professor and Design Innovator in Residence at The Segal Design Institute; Melissa Crounse Kaufman, Executive Director of the Garage; and Marianna Kepka, Assistant Provost for Academic Initiatives have organized a series of presentations and panel discussions as a forum for showcasing exciting developments and building community throughout Northwestern around teaching innovation.
Thursday, June 7. 12pm. The Garage.
Enrollment in design classes at Northwestern is growing by almost 30% a year, and 1/3 of all undergrads end up taking a design class before graduating. What's all the fuss about? Come learn about human-centered design by experiencing it first-hand in this lunch & learn session, led by Professor Greg Holderfield, Director of the Segal Design Institute at the McCormick School of Engineering.
- 12-12:30 lunch and conversation
- 12:30-1:30 interactive session on design innovation
The Innovation in Teaching Series is hosted by the Office of the Provost and The Garage at Northwestern. Have an idea for a future session? Contact Dan Pattley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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