Special Event

d.thinking Crash Course: Open to the Public!

Are you curious about design thinking? Hungry to experience it for yourself? Don’t just watch from the sidelines – come give it a try! We’re holding a public workshop on Friday, March 23 from 3-5pm open to anybody who has not yet taken a d.school course or workshop. All you have to do is show up….
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Thu. Feb 23: Info Lunch for Spring Classes!

CALLING ALL STANFORD GRADUATE STUDENTS Have you been itching to find out more about what kinds of design thinking classes and projects are still on offer by the d.school this Spring? Here’s your chance to find out. THU FEB 23, NOON-1PM d.school LUNCH AND INFORMATION Building 550 Atrium The d.school will present an expo info session…
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Thu. Feb 23: Info Lunch for Spring Classes!

We’re Offering Two Crash Courses in January

Are you curious about design thinking? Are you hungry to experience it for yourself? Don’t just watch from the sidelines – come give it a try! We’re holding two public workshops in January open to anybody who has not yet taken a d.school course or workshop. The first is a self-contained, 2-hr experience in the…
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We’re Offering Two Crash Courses in January

Winter/Spring Classes Pitchfest is Nov 4 at 5:30PM

Calling all Stanford University Graduate Students! Come to the d.school at building 550 for an info expo and pitchfest about our Winter and Spring offerings on the evening of Thursday, November 4, from 5:30 – 7:30PM Preview classes of interest to you for 2011. We’ll have a succession of elevator pitches of all the upcoming classes (that…
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Winter/Spring Classes Pitchfest is Nov 4 at 5:30PM

100 Best Business Books of all Time? Actually, they’re the the d.school.

We’ve given over the d.school to host a book-launch party on Wednesday, February 4 at 7PM for a book that features some of our terrific d.school residents, friends and neighbors. It’s called The 100 Best Business Books of All Time, by Jack Covert and Todd Sattersten. Come on by if you have time. The Stanford…
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100 Best Business Books of all Time? Actually, they’re the the d.school.