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Design@Large UCSD Design Lab

Design@Large Fall 2021

Fall Quarter 2021 Design@Large Speaker Series

Note: The class for UC San Diego students will be provided in-person.**

**Due to COVID restrictions, only UCSD students and employees will be allowed to attend the class in person. All others must attend remotely via Zoom. Capacity is limited to first-come first-serve.

- 9/29, Krystal Tsosie (NBDC & Vanderbilt)
- 10/13, Isha Datar (New Harvest)
- 10/20, Xiaowei Wang (UC Berkeley)
- 10/27, Tao Leigh Goffe (Dark Lab, Cornell University)
- 11/10, Justin Dunnavant (UC Los Angeles) & Ayana Flewellen (UC Riverside)
- 11/17, Rupa Mayra (UC San Francisco) & Sage LaPena (Sacramento Native American Health Center)
- 11/24, To be announced

There will be no Design@Large classes on 10/06 or 11/03.
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