Academics

We organize a workshop at NordiCHI’16 conference, in which we aim to bring service, marketing, and (human-computer) interaction designers together. Nordes people are warmly welcome!

The call for papers is at https://blogs.aalto.fi/multixd and below.

Important Dates

August 1st, 2016      – Deadline for papers

September 3, 2016  – Notification of acceptance

October 23rd or 24th – Workshop (one full day)

Keywords

Multi-touchpoint design; Experience design; Service design; Omnichannel design; User experience; Customer experience; Brand experience

Call for participation in Workshops 15-16.08.2016

This year PDC2016 in Arhus features 14 exciting workshops open to a wide variety of contributions.

Learning Workshops
(registration on a first come first served basis)

LW1: Exploring Embodied Speculation  in Participatory Design and Innovation
LW2: Who is it that participates? Exploring an intentional and dialogical self-concept for emancipatory participatory design
LW3: Hybrid games for stronger neighborhoods: connecting residents and urban objects to deepen the sense of place

Exploratory Workshops
(participation subject to a contribution)

EW1: Migration of a sharing platform from Copenhagen to Aarhus – a live exploration of how social innovations may travel
EW2: Ting: Making publics through provocation, conflict and appropriation
EW3: Collaboratively Articulating “Urban” Participatory Design?!
EW4: The Clothes Line Approach to Notions in Participatory Design
EW5: Participatory Design and Public Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums (GLAM) sector
EW6: Open for Citizens / Open data
EW7: Writing Participatory Design – A Workshop on Interpreting, Accounting and Novel Forms of Reporting
EW8: Empowering people with impairments: How participatory methods can inform the design of empowering artefacts
EW9: Of Kittens and Kiddies: reflections on participatory design with small animals and small humans
EW10: Exploring Theater of the Oppressed for Participatory Design
EW11: Participatory Design in Health Care – Participation, power and knowledge

Complete info and registration
http://pdc2016.org/

 

PGLS 2016 will take place from 23rd August to 29th August, 2016.

The Preparing Global Leaders Summit (PGLS) is a premiere international educational program for the best young professionals in the world. The program seeks to prepare aspiring global scholar-leaders with the tools that are necessary for effective leadership in an increasingly complex world. During PGLS 2015 we had more then 700 applications from students and young professionals from 45 countries. This year we expect more then 800 applications.

Students and young professionals take short courses from internationally recognized faculty and participate in a range of leadership simulations. Specifically, participants will learn how to develop an opposable, interdisciplinary mind with an ability to work with and across ideological, national, religious, class and racial differences. They will learn how to communicate effectively, think both critically and creatively with a particular emphasis on how to advance the global public good.

We would like to invite your students, young teachers and academics to participate in PGLS 2016.

 

The summit will include faculty from three world topnotch universities – Oxford, Princeton and Georgetown. The rapidly changing business environment locally and globally forces business leaders to adapt to the new rules of the game and stay on top of the world regardless of the nature of their business. Skills developed through Preparing Global Leaders Summit will help the delegates in understanding the changing world order, their personal strengths and weaknesses and how those could be used to their advantage. World-class award-winning experts in the field of leadership and communication, statistics and public policy, and global citizenship will share their expertise and its application possibilities. Various simulations will assist delegates with polishing their newly acquired skills, while the social events will provide a unique opportunity for networking. Given the strict selection criteria, only the strongest candidates are accepted in order to encourage learning from other’s experiences as much as from the faculty.

We would appreciate your help in spreading the word about PGLS in your organization, and encourage you to apply. Should you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail. For more detailed information, please visit our website at http://russia.pglf.org.

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pgls@pglf.org;

kuzina@universitas.ru

Deadlines:

  • June 15, 2016 – priority scholarship application deadline
  • July 1, 2016 – scholarship application deadline and application deadline for all those who need a visa to enter Russia
  • July 15, 2016 – self-financed application deadline for those who do not need a visa to enter Russia

 

How to Apply
Download the PGLS application form: Word Doc | PDF
Fill out the application. Save it along with a copy of your resume and letter of recommendation (optional) in a single Zip file.
Attach the Zip file to an email sent to pgls@pglf.org before the deadline.
You will receive a reply with our decision within 2 weeks of your application submission.

How much does PGLS cost?
The total price for PGLS 2016 is 1200 USD. The fee includes welcome and final dinners, accommodations, daily breakfast and lunch, tutorial materials, 2 cultural events, tuition and transportation to and from the airport.
Scholarships are available.

David J Townsend – Australia

President, Oxford University Student Union (2012-2013), PhD student, University of Oxford

“The PGLS programme is a great combination of communication training and insights into psychology and international development. Sam Potolicchio is a dynamo of leadership himself, and his lectures on public communication are enthralling, interactive and innovative. What I really appreciated was that underneath this was a genuine concern to educate the young leaders of the 21st Century, and his vision of communication isn’t about learning ‘tricks’ to get people to follow you, it’s about learning how to bring people closer together and how to help us all move forward together in society. I had a great time at PGLS – such a wide range of countries and careers were represented amongst the participants! Moscow was the perfect setting for us to get to know each other!”

 

Layane El Hor – Lebanon

Fulbright Scholar – Yale University; MA Candidate, International and Development Economics

“Leadership today is very different from what it used to be years ago. It’s more than ever about young people, instantaneous public exposure, inter-disciplinary knowledge, and cross-border connections. It is very rare, however, for an aspiring leader to find these at one place. PGLS is the only path I found to enhance all of these in a compact, fruitful, and fun period! The program is unique in that it focuses on communication skills and effective leadership, but also on other interesting fields to enrich participants’ general knowledge and exposure. The program is also designed to allow for close interaction between participants; whether through preparing speeches and policy drafts or through great outings discovering Moscow, PGLS offered me much more than connections. I gained lifelong friends that share a will for change, a global vision, and the required skills to advance it!”

 

Serafin Lion Engel – Germany

Co-Founder & CEO, Shoutbox GmbH; Co-Founder & Chairman, R7 Investment Association

“Being part of PGLS was definitely a transformational experience. It offers an immensely broad array of learning fields, taught by an all-star line-up of professors, but what I believe to be truly unique about this summit is that it is an event for everyone. No matter what you study, no matter where you come from, and no matter what your religious, political, or ideological preconceptions are, you will be welcomed to the community and you will be challenged to learn not only about politics, and leadership, but about life. I myself am a business student, and looking back to the summit I can state with certainty that it was a key event in my education career.”

 

Rabia Bhatti – United Kingdom

UK’s Youngest Ever Muslim Female Politician

“PGLS was an absolutely incredible experience. Having both delivered and participated in numerous Leadership courses, seminars and workshops over the last couple of years around the world this was definitely one of the best. Both the delivery and content of the course was of an exceptional standard with the highest-calibre of speakers and lectures delivered over the duration of the week. I would highly recommend PGLS to anyone interested in becoming a Leader in their chosen field or entering Politics as one of the finest programmes to be found in the world today.”

 

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