THE d.school IS NOW RECRUITING 2007-8 FELLOWS

  • Are you interested in a superb fellowship opportunity at Stanford?* Are you passionate about design thinking?
  • Do you want to collaborate with world-class faculty and designers?
  • We are looking for people like you!

This is an exceptional opportunity to develop your innovation leadership skills, contribute to the design thinking movement, and help build one of the most outstanding new organizations at Stanford.

  • Applications DUE Wednesday, April 11th
  • INTERVIEWS April 16-20th
  • Positions will be ANNOUNCED by Friday, May 4th

Details are in the application.

One Response

  1. Computers
    Computers July 3, 2007 at 8:15 pm |

    I’m incredibly glad to see that such programs are starting to spring up around the country, and in no way surprised that Stanford is one of the schools at the forefront in their development. For at least a decade or more, those of us in English departments have been playing with technology in a number of different ways. We have looked at it theoretically, in terms of what it does to a “reader” and “writer” to use the new medium of the computer to communicate. At the University of Georgia, where I teach, we have also been trying our hand at programming software to help us teach our curriculum. The result has been the creation of a new markup system that allows students to tag their papers in XML so that the papers can be manipulated in various pedagogical ways. And of course I know that other disciplines have also addressed questions of technology in similar ways, and there are plenty of trade-school programs that teach design, but to have a university level program that addresses all of these issues is a huge step forward.

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