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Design@Large Winter 2021

Winter Quarter 2021 Design@Large Speaker Series

Note: The class for UC San Diego students will be provided virtually.

There will be a limited number of slots for external attendees to register to attend the talks virtually. The slots will be on a first-registered basis.

SPEAKERS
- Lynette Yarger (Pennsylvania State University)
- Jennifer Davis (Australian National University)
- John Baugh (Washington University in St. Louis)
- Rebecca Kinney (Bowling Green State University)
- Makeba Jones (UC San Diego)
- Shanyce Campbell (University of Pittsburgh)
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Design@Large Fall 2020

Fall Quarter 2020 Design@Large Speaker Series

Note: The class for UC San Diego students will be provided virtually.

There will be a limited number of slots for external attendees to register to attend the talks virtually. The slots will be on a first-registered basis.

SPEAKERS
- Ursula Myers (Medical University of South Carolina)
- LaWana Richmond (UC San Diego)
- Gregory Abowd (Georgia Institute of Technology)
- Monica Tentori (Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education)
- Benjamin Smarr (UC San Diego)
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Ucsd Designathon

Designathon Ideas Imagine New Trolley Stop as a Vibrant Destination

Autonomous scooters, interactive art, food shuttles, and cable cars are just a few of the creative ideas that emerged from a two-day public designathon event that will join the efforts to transform UC San Diego from a closed campus primarily designed for work and school to destination, inviting people to come, stay and explore what the  campus has to offer. “Anybody who comes to San Diego should have this campus as a destination in addition to Balboa Park or the Gaslamp district,” said UCSD Chancellor Pradeep Khosla in a San Diego Union Tribune article.
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UCSD Giving Day

Giving Day Begins Now. Support the Design Lab Today

Through the integration of education, research and community development, The Design Lab is committed to advancing the best practices needed to solve the world's complex problems through the lens of human-centered design.  One way we do this is through our thriving Design@Large speaker series.  Via conversations with distinguished academic, industry, and community design leaders, Design@Large showcases the ever-evolving, interdisciplinary nature of design as applied in real world contexts.  Today we are asking for your specific help to continue to build and grow this popular series which is open to all.
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