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|[http://www.invisiblefilms.co.uk/movies/ideascan.htm Children changing the world], [http://www.ted.com/index.php/talks/view/id/91 Making Poverty History]<br>''Food: Melizza, Clair''
 
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Latest revision as of 07:17, 6 April 2008

BME377T: Social Entrepreneurship & Engineering

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Day Date Topic Notes/Assignments
1 1/14 Introduction: Overview, Grading, Learning Wiki HW: Create Username on OWW & Create Personal Elevator Speech
2 1/16 No Class
MLK Day (1/21)
3 1/23 Personal Intros (takes full class time) HW: Collage materials & SE research
4 1/28 What drives creativity?
Creating "virals".
Activity: Create "viral" collage individually
5 1/30 Collage Presentations Share the collages and continue to discuss the above research
6 2/4 Values & Issues Survey and discussion
7 2/6 Class expectations, Top 3 Topics, Simple Designs Think about what topic you want to explore for your project and think about who you want to group with according to interest.
8 2/11 Address issues, Forming groups Children changing the world, Making Poverty History
Food: Melizza, Clair
9 2/13 Research & Statistics Bring 1 laptop (at least) per group for research in class, tips on looking at statistical data
10 2/18 Continue and finish research in class. Proposal warm-ups.
Food: Kaitlin, Kishore
11 2/20 Proposal Practice Discuss proposals with another group, ask questions, get more ideas.
12 2/25 Proposal Presentations Starting proposal presentations + discussion/Q&A of proposals
Food: Andrew, Jennifer
13 2/27 Proposal Presentations Finishing proposal presentations + discussion/Q&A of proposals
14 3/3 Social Awareness Brainstorming Bring examples of communicating social issues (video, advertisement); discussion
Food: Jose, Stephanie
15 3/5 Social Awareness Brainstorming Brainstorm with group on what form of communication to present issue to public.
Spring Break (3/10, 3/12)
16 3/17 Food: Deepa, Susannah
17 3/19
18 3/24 Food: Spoorthy, Athra
19 3/26
20 3/31 Food: Pouya, Parham
21 4/2
22 4/7 Advertisement Presentations Food: Angela
23 4/9 Advertisement Presentations
24 4/14 Food: Matt, Bill
25 4/16
26 4/21 Food: Sudhir, Abhishek
27 4/23
28 4/28 Food: Cristina, Isis
29 4/30