Oct 28 - Oct 28
2015
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Wed - Wed

Food Forum

MORNING EVENT (9am-noon):  University Research Collaborative

25 Universities are sending teams of faculty + dining service folks to initiate the “Menus of Change University Research Collaborative

In a nutshell…..we are hoping to collectively come up with major challenges/opportunities that impact foodprovided in University/institutional setting and quickly crowdsource/iterate solutions.

We’ll be asking students at Stanford to participate in roundtable discussions where we want feedback on what would incentivize students to help with the design, conduct, analysis, presentation, and dissemination?

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

 

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

AFTERNOON EVENT (1-4 pm): Food Systems Forum

A team from the d.school recently completed a needs assessment project around the idea of “Foodat Stanford”.

The project involved faculty member Michael Barry, who teaches Design Thinking at the d.school, and a team of graduate students.

They will present their findings at 1 pm, to be followed by a set of facilitated discussions designed to explore potential areas of collaborative research.

 

Objective: Identify focal areas of shared scholarly interest on the Stanford campus where increasing network connections on campus would accelerate solutions and magnify impact.

Come share your ideas!

Location

Stanford University School of Medicine
291 Campus Dr.
Palo Alto, CA 94305
USA

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Speaker

David Magnus, PhD, professor of medicine and biomedical ethics 

David Magnus, PhD. is Thomas A. Raffin Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Ethics, and Professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University, where he directs the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.

David Magnus received his PhD in philosophy from Stanford University, and currently co-chairs Stanford Hospital and Clinic’s Ethics Committee which provides consultation to doctors, patients and families on issues concerning surrogate decision making at the end-of-life and organ donation. He is a member of Stanford’s End of Life Work Group, Palliative Care Board and the newly formed Innovative Care Committee.