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Friday, November 1 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Breakout 2.10: Introduction to Design Thinking and Using It for Grant Applications

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Are you curious about ways to transform your inspiration and creativity from an idea into reality? Come discover the dynamic and collaborative approach known as Design Thinking. We will explore and experiment with your own ideas by practicing the five step process of empathize, define, ideate, prototype and test (not your typical test!) developed at Stanford University's Hasso-Plattner Institute of Design (d.school). We’ll also draw on the REA’s own Wornom Grant application as a template for articulating your proposal as a potentially fundable project. Sponsored by the Harper/Wornom Committee.

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Maureen O'Brien

Professor, Duquesne University
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Sarah Tauber

Professor, Jewish Theological Seminary
Professor Sarah Tauber is an assistant professor of Jewish Education at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America and a rabbinic candidate in the Jewish Renewal network's rabbinic program (Aleph). Sarah's trajectory as a teacher, writer, scholar and activist in the world of education... Read More →
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Joshua Lunde-Whitler

My areas of interest include narrative identity, lifelong religious formation that promotes justice, and the present-future of theological education. In 2018 I received a PhD in Theology and Education from Boston College, and my dissertation focused on narrative identity and development... Read More →
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Lucinda Mosher

Faculty Associate in Interfaith Studies, Hartford Seminary
I am a moral theologian in the Anglican tradition who specializes in multireligious concerns, with emphasis on Christian-Muslim understanding. For Hartford Seminary, I teach online courses in comparative theology, theology of religions, and engagement of religious diversity. I represent... Read More →

Friday November 1, 2019 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Trillium A

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