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Design Thinking Gumbo: Poetry for Social Activism & Social Change

Virtual Event

This is a workshop that explores poetry as a design research tool applicable in the current environment of a pandemic. Poetry Activism helps in engagement with communities, understanding their positive and negative experiences in a way that can lead to greater societal impact. The aim is to see poetry as a simple method of expression and integrate it as a source of creative and self-healing outlet that could potentially be used as resourceful data in research.

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Design Thinking Gumbo: Storyboarding & Public Health, Michaeline Anglemire

Virtual Event

This virtual workshop explores the concept of storyboarding and its application within public health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Register on Eventbrite. In this workshop, we will explore the concept of storyboarding and its application within public health, specifically in the…

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Design Thinking Gumbo: Personas – Do we use them or not?

Virtual Event

A virtual workshop exploring how and when to use personas, and when to use other tools. Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/design-thinking-gumbo-personas-do-we-use-them-or-not-tickets-142898466159. Personas are commonly used in the design thinking process to understand users’ needs, experiences, behaviors, and goals. But are personas…

Applying a Social Innovation Lens to Community Engaged Scholarship

Virtual Event

A Social Innovation Conversation featuring Tulane University Mellon Scholars Click here to read a recap of the event. Join us for a lively and intellectually rich discussion around the intersections between social innovation research and community-engaged scholarship through the work…

Design Thinking Gumbo: Games for Social-Change with Shaymaa Abdalal

Virtual Event

Can playing spark people’s imaginations for equitable future? Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/design-thinking-gumbo-games-for-social-change-with-shaymaa-abdalal-tickets-148071607163 Radical change is needed for a more equitable future free from health, racial and economic inequity. How can we encourage people who do not know each other to…

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April Design Thinking Breakfast with Edson G. Cabalfin and Lesley-Ann Noel

Virtual Event

Casual breakfast series to meet new folks, practice using design, design thinking, other designerly approaches to create social impact. Register on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/april-design-thinking-breakfast-with-edson-g-cabalfin-and-lesley-ann-noel-tickets-144672323815 Join our last design thinking breakfast of the semester for a casual conversation between Lesley-Ann Noel and…

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