Iterating your Way to Healthy Behaviors

Spring 2015
Thu. April 30, 6:15p-9:00p
Thu. May 7, 6:15p-9:00p
Thu. May 14, 6:15p-9:00p
Thu. May 21, 6:15p-9:00p
Studio 1

Iterating Your Way to Healthy Behaviors is designed to help students with previous design thinking experience (at least one class) apply the methodology and design techniques to the process of creating positive behavior changes in themselves. Through empathy for others, self-reflection and an experimental approach, we hope students will not only create strategies to promote healthy living for themselves (and others) but will also develop the mindsets needed to persist in the face of failure, change course when appropriate, and will have the knowledge that — more than a particular “silver bullet” answer — the most successful approach is to develop an experimental attitude and a personal framework to keep iterating!

Accepting 20-25 students. Open to graduate and undergraduate students. Application deadline is Wednesday, March 18th at 11:59pm. Apply here.

Teaching Team
Kelly Schmutte,
Katie Krummeck,
Michaela Kiernan, Sr Res Scientist – Basic LS, Medicine – Med / Stanford Prevention Research Center