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Using Critical Design Thinking to Create an Emancipatory Research Agenda

Lesley-Ann Noel will share her passion for emancipatory research and design. She will introduce key concepts such as the principles of design, design thinking and emancipatory research and will illustrate how she has developed her own personal design and research agenda based on an emancipatory philosophy. Finally, she will guide the members of the audience to consider how they can create an emancipatory research agenda for themselves.
Date
Monday, April 01, 2019
Time
12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Location
259 Educational Sciences
Description

Carl A. Grant Scholars Lecture Series 

Lesley-Ann Noel
2018 - 2019 Ocean Design Fellow, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design, Stanford University

Lesley-Ann Noel will share her passion for emancipatory research and design. She will introduce key concepts such as the principles of design, design thinking and emancipatory research and will illustrate how she has developed her own personal design and research agenda based on an emancipatory philosophy. Finally, she will guide the members of the audience to consider how they can create an emancipatory research agenda for themselves. 

 



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