Spaces of Invention Workshop
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Join us at Stanford’s d.school on Sunday, one day after the conference, for Spaces of Invention, a workshop dedicated to innovative environments.
A particular kind of learning environment–intellectual, social, and physical–is required to nurture inventive, innovative, entrepreneurial agents of change among STEM students and faculty. As described by neuroscientist Nancy Andreasen (The Creating Brain: The Science of Genius), the environment that was shaped and embraced by inventor Leonardo Da Vinci shares key characteristics with creative environments of today: they require a critical mass of creative people with a sense of being at the edge, open to freedom, novelty, and within a competitive atmosphere.
Join your peers for this action-oriented workshop where you will experience first-hand the creative environment and collectively explore and produce models to take back to your campus.
For questions, contact Kate Tobin at email@example.com or call 413-587-2172 ext. 127.
Transportation is included.