One month ago we launched #feedthefeed – a weekly Instagram contest for Eat.Think.Design. students. Yesterday we launched the #feedthefeed alumni contest for the nearly 100 alumni of Eat.Think.Design. and Designing Innovative Public Health Solutions.
Article about Eat.Think.Design. by TAMARA STRAUS published through the Blum Center for Developing Economies. Straus examines the philosophy behind the course’s focus on innovation and its connections to food and nutrition. Featuring interviews with course instructors and past participants.
From Benjamin Maring: Learning the ins and outs of lard from a butcher + a delicious Rye Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe made with Leaf Lard.
Nine team projects were chosen after project pitches from students and external partners on February 4, 2015.
Eat.Think.Design. kicked off Spring 2015 with a design challenge from Alameda County’s All In to End Hunger by 2020 campaign. Teams examined the barriers that people face in enrolling in CalFresh (EBT, aka food stamps) in Alameda County.
For students interested in enrolling in Eat.Think.Design in Spring 2015: The first class session for Eat.Think.Design. will be held on Wed-21-Jan-2015 from 4:00-7:00pm in 125 Li Ka Shing. Eat.Think.Design. (PH 214; CCN 76015) is a limited enrollment course. Students will be admitted to the course from the waitlist by end-of-day Fri-23-Jan-2015, at the discretion of the instructors. Waitlist order will … Read More
CCN 76015, 3 units, Spring 2015
W 4:00-7:00pm, 125 Li Ka Shing
Instructors: Jaspal S. Sandhu, PhD, Kristine Madsen, MD, MPH, Nap Hosang, MPH, MBA, MD, School of Public Health
Eat.Think.Design. is the only course in the country that teaches systematic innovation and human-centered design in a public health context. Enrollment is currently open on Telebears!
Blog post from Spring 2014 Team Eat.Think.Zinc. student Orianna DiMasi. DiMasi, along with teammates Jennifer Chaussee and Emily Claymore redesigned a zinc treatment strategy for the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in Uganda.
Blog Post by Spring 2014 team about their work for client City Harvest, an organization that provides Mobile Markets to rapidly infuse free fresh produce into five of the most food insecure communities in New York City. The team worked in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn to redesign their Mobile Markets distribution process.