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The Center for Social Design is delighted to be hosting a visit from Warren Berger who is author of multiple books on design, innovation, and creativity. Warren will be with us for a public lecture and book signing in Falvey Hall on Thursday, September 10 from 7:00-9:00pm, as well as a joint seminar with MASD and Johns Hopkins students.
Warren is the author of “CAD Monkeys, Dinosaur Babies, and T-Shaped People: Inside the World of Design Thinking and How It Can Spark Creativity and Innovation” which has been on our MASD required summer reading list for several years. The book was also published under a different title of “Glimmer: How Design Can Transform Business, Your Life, and Maybe Even the World”.
Warren recently came out with a new book (which will be the focus of his public lecture at MICA) entitled “A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas.” The book and website AMoreBeautifulQuestion.com focus on the powerful role of deep questioning to stimulate innovation and change.
(FYI -the MICA Bookstore is ordering copies of Warren’s book for sale at a discounted rate).
We’re excited to be continuing our collaboration with Johns Hopkins Engineering and the Center for Bioengineering Innovation & Design (CBID) and Doo Consulting to sponsor Warren’s visit. And our Supporting Partners include AIGA Baltimore, AIGA Washington DC, Ashoka U, SOS No Kid Hungry Innovation Lab, Baltimore Design School, Impact Hub Baltimore, Neighborhood Design Center, and the Social Innovation Lab at Johns Hopkins University.
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