TE 401 D

TE 401 D - Design Thinking for Women's Health & Wellbeing

Spring 2020

Develop Breakthrough ProjectsTE401D65394LCD11000 - 1150 R  211 Noble Hall  Danielle Hernandez

Official Description

Project-based exploration with teams of students working together in a large innovation and entrepreneurial context. Encourage development of innovative, leadership, and entrepreneurial skill sets, including financing, marketing, sales, operations, business plans, and management. Course Information: 1 to 4 undergraduate hours. 1 to 4 graduate hours. May be repeated.

Section Description

Design Thinking for Women's Health & Wellbeing, developed by Siebel Center for Design and the Technology Entrepreneur Center, teaches students to use design thinking and creativity to explore the intersection of technology and social issues, including explorations into a variety of women?s health and wellbeing issues such as reproductive rights, aging and menopause, and equity. Students will develop content knowledge, have hands-on experiences, and gain a sense of belonging and identity as entrepreneurs by discovering a problem and developing a concept idea. Email designcenter@illinois.edu for more information. In this class, you will think about the business canvas for the smart home industry. The smart home requires OEM's, the cloud, security, good UI/UX, and even resource-providers. It also is likely to contain more and more AI. Who are the major industry participants? How has innovation progressed in this space, and how will future innovations "cross the chasm"? Some