【WASEDA-EDGE Information】Call for Participants：Design Thinking Workshop presented by Stanford University d.shool lecturers
Call for Participants：Design Thinking Workshop presented by Stanford University d.shool lecturers
WASEDA-EDGE Global Talent Development Program welcomes d.school lecturers
from Stanford University to hold a 2 day idea creating workshop, utilizing design thinking* methodology.
d.school* aims to create an educational experience that helps people unlock their creative possibilities and adapt to the world. It is renowned as a global base for the transmission of design thinking that influences innovation not only in Silicon Valley but in the world.
It is an invaluable opportunity to learn from the headquarter of design thinking, while being in Waseda.
We look forward to your entry!
Detailes and Application:
◆In the workshop, participants will learn mainly the basics of design thinking practically.
No previous knowledge on design thinking is required to attend.
◆All lectures are held in English (English proficiency standard: over TOEIC 750 score)
◆This is a participatory workshop** where participants work on projects in preassigned groups.
◆Only participants who can attend the entire program are eligible to apply.
■Host：WASEDA-EDGE 人材育成プログラム WASEDA-EDGE Program
■Date/Time：Saturday, March 9, 2019, 9:30-18:00 / Sunday, March 10, 2019, 9:00-18:00
*If the number of applicants exceeds capacity, participants will be selected by lottery.
February 22, 2019 at 16:00
Graduate students of universities participating in the SkywardEDGE
Consortium（Shiga University of Medical Science, Tokyo University of Science, Yamagata University, Tama Art Universtiy, Waseda University）
*Junior and senior undergraduate students with strong desire may also apply.
*Faculty (young researchers), among others, are subject to negotiation
Professional space and product designer; former Fellow and current lecturer at the Stanford University d.school.
Scott is author of the book &ldquo ;Make Space,&rdquo ; a tool for designing collaborative spaces. He has a professional background in structural engineering.
Design consultant and creative strategist; former Fellow and current lecturer at the Stanford University d.school. David has a medical degree from Stanford and works to integrate design thinking principles into medical education, healthcare delivery, and medical device design.
We are looking froward to joining this program.