Design Lecture Series

Each year our annual Design Lecture Series brings transdisciplinary thinkers and practitioners from around the world to campus, believing that the power of design addresses some of today's most pressing challenges. Our speakers come from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines including design, business, the nonprofit sector, education, science, and more.

Watch this page for information on our evolving list of design lectures.

We hope you will join us!


OCTOBER

October 7th, 2019
Marc Garcia & Itziar Pobes
Designing services in the public sector when the public sector is barely aware of (service) design
5:00pm
Breed Hall, Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall, room 103

October 14th, 2019
Benedikt Gross
Speculation, Computation, Design, Technology – Rethinking Products / Critique / Media
5:00pm
Breed Hall, Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall, room 103

October 23, 2019
Arnold Wasserman & guests
Dexign: The Big Picture
5:00pm
Margaret Morrison Carnegie Hall, room 215

NOVEMBER

November 14th, 2019
Györgyi Gálik
The change before behavior: Closing the value-action gap using a custom-built, home assistant device
5:00pm
College of Fine Arts, room 111