The University of Arizona has a program designed to engage and improve collaboration with our nonprofit community through experiential learning. In this 2-hour hands-on workshop, attendees will learn and apply the foundations of human-centered design in community-engaged learning experiences with university students, faculty, and community partners. Participants will identify the needs and challenges their team or organization is currently facing and translate those needs into projects and assignments that could be integrated into courses for students to address. Moreover, workshop attendees will learn about ways to partner with the university through new and innovative programming and services designed to support and scale engagement across our campus and community.
This event will be held in person at the Community Foundation Campus from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
Light refreshments will be provided during this session.
About Our Speaker
Annie Kurtin joined the University of Arizona’s Student Engagement & Career Development department in 2017 and leads their Experiential Learning Design efforts. Prior to joining this department, Annie was a Lecturer in the School of Architecture, where she was responsible for First-Year Design Studios curricula. Annie grew up in New York and holds a Master of Arts degree in Critical Theory and Visual Culture from the University of London’s Goldsmiths College and a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.
Please note that this event is in-person.
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