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Northwestern Participates in San Francisco Design Week

Faculty and alumni discuss future of design education

Anthony Jakubiak (left), EDI alumnus, with Pam Daniels (right), faculty member.Anthony Jakubiak (left), EDI alumnus, with Pam Daniels (right), faculty member.
Kim Hoffman (center), associate director of Segal Design Institute, with alumni.Kim Hoffman (center), associate director of Segal Design Institute, with alumni.
Pam Daniels (right), design innovator in residence at Segal Design Institute.Pam Daniels (right), design innovator in residence at Segal Design Institute.
Amy O'Keefe (left), associate director of the EDI program, with Delfina Sitar (right), EDI alumnus.Amy O'Keefe (left), associate director of the EDI program, with Delfina Sitar (right), EDI alumnus.
MaDE alumni James Kubik (left) and Alan Besquin (right).MaDE alumni James Kubik (left) and Alan Besquin (right).
MaDE alumnus Alan Besquin.MaDE alumnus Alan Besquin.
Attendees had fun during design thinking exercises.Attendees had fun during design thinking exercises.
Liz Gerber (right), director of the Segal Design Cluster for PhD research.Liz Gerber (right), director of the Segal Design Cluster for PhD research.
Greg Holderfield (far right), director of the Segal Design Institute and co-director of the MMM Program.Greg Holderfield (far right), director of the Segal Design Institute and co-director of the MMM Program.
Attendees participate in a design thinking exercise.Attendees participate in a design thinking exercise.
Segal Design Institute hosted an open house during San Francisco Design Week on June 20. Faculty, alumni, and friends mingled at Northwestern's San Francisco campus, engaged in playful design thinking exercises, and imagined the future of design education together. Watch the slideshow to see images from the event.
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