We’re excited to announce an interactive series of workshops and conversations at the International Design Center at MIT featuring some of the leading design research thinkers today.
Join us on Monday for a conversation with Prof. Natalie Jeremijenko of NYU Tisch School of the Arts and the NYU ITP. She will share her recent research on xClinics and the her role in creating Environmental Health Clinics.
xCLINIC: What is an Environmental Health and will it pay me to ride my bike?
Through a series of public experiments Natalie’s Design Tools and Talk seminar will survey the state-of-the-art in socio-ecological systems designed for improving human and environmental health, and argue why these methodologies raise standards of evidence and exploit the opportunities that new technologies provide for social and environmental change.
MONDAY APRIL 7, 2014 3PM TO 5PM
MIT International Design Centre Building
N52 3rd Floor 265 Massachusetts Ave.
About the SUTD-MIT International Design Centre (IDC) The SUTD-MIT International Design Centre (IDC) is a world premier scholarly hub for technologically-intensive design science, research and practice. It is a multi-million dollar centre based both in Singapore at SUTD, and in Cambridge, MA, USA at MIT, with academic and industrial partners from around the world. IDC faculty, researchers and students work together to design devices, products, systems, services and the built environment that address strategic needs of Singapore, the greater Asian region, the US, and the global community. At the same time, the IDC studies and advances the design process and design science, seeking to develop new tools and methods for design practice and education.