Article about Eat.Think.Design. by NIEMA JORDAN published at Berkeley Health Online on May 8, 2014. Jordan examines course activities, team projects, and the art of teaching innovation.
Spring 2014 Team The Final Mile took the charge of designing a reliable and consistent mechanism to bring healthy food into remote Navajo communities through their work with Partner In Health’s COPE program. Partner In Health recently won a REACH Award for work in Navajo Nation.
Blog Post from Spring 2014 Team Eat Drink Bayview student Tomás León. León, along with teammates Nora Gilbert and Alissa Bernstein created a Food Innovation District Action Plan for a client at the San Francisco Planning Department.
Eat.Think.Design. project Sariwa, led by student Aileen Suzara, was featured on the KPFA radio show APEX Express in honor of Filipino Heritage Month. In this episode, the show examined a group of leaders bringing innovative approaches to solving community problems.
On Wednesday, May 7th, eight student teams from UC Berkeley course Eat.Think.Design. presented their work to a public audience at a project showcase called The Innovation Feast.
Spring 2014 Eat.Think.Design. student Sophie Egan’s article “A Long Way from Wonder Bread,” published in The New York Times, focuses on innovations in the whole grain movement and makes connections to public health.
Join us for Innovation Feast, the project showcase of Eat.Think.Design. on May 7th, 2014 at UC Berkeley. Please RSVP via the eventbrite link.
At 4:30AM today, Nap and I met with four Eat.Think.Design. students at the intersection of 2nd and Webster in Oakland.
From Nora Gilbert: When a journey to investigate the story behind Jimmy Valvano’s Passion leads close to home.
“How do you feel about Kale?” “I love kale. That shit is awesome!” Journalist Jennifer Chaussee interviews six strangers about kale. (audio)