Collaboration Accelerator 2017 Finale Experience

Add to Calendar 07/28/2017 13:00:0007/28/2017 16:00:0015Collaboration Accelerator 2017 Finale ExperienceJoin the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) for a very special afternoon of critical, creative and innovative deliverables as part of the University of Dayton's Collaboration Accelerator 3.0 program. Each summer, we seek twelve of the most engaged and creative UD students from different academic areas of study, bringing them together to find creative 'solutions' to real-world challenges posed by a consortium of community partners. Students will present two immersive experiences to partners and community members on Friday, July 28: "Concourse D," a project development studio for students, faculty, and UD affiliates to connect with each other on collaborative ventures; and "Plena," a holistic growth re-store that utilizes wireless power and sensor technology to gauge individual health needs and create a personalized, adaptable shopping experience. 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.: Collaboration Accelerator Experiences "Plena" at ArtStreet and "Concourse D" at Roesch Library, 2nd floor 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.: Open Dialogue with Collaboration Accelerator students Roesch Library, 2nd floor IACT at ArtStreet is located on the 300 block of Kiefaber Street. Event parking for Collaboration Accelerator Finale is available on nearby streets and Lot RP5 (7/28/17 only). Parking in any other University lot requires a parking permit. Download parking map >> At the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at ArtStreet, we seek to empower a forward-thinking 21st century student with the ability to confidently develop the imaginative and creative skills necessary to excel and impact today’s innovative and global workforce regardless of degree focus. Our mindset of applied creativity stems from transdisciplinary learning and humanity-centered design, harnessing imagination and vision to effectively implement unexpected, innovative ideas that can change the world.ArtStreet and Roesch LibraryInstitute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at ArtStreetiact@udayton.eduNo07/28/2017

Friday, July 28

Time: 1 p.m. — 4 p.m.

Location: ArtStreet and Roesch Library

More Info:  https://go.udayton.edu/accelerator

Tags:  IACT, ArtStreet, Creativity, Innovation

Cost:  Free

Join the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) for a very special afternoon of critical, creative and innovative deliverables as part of the University of Dayton's Collaboration Accelerator 3.0 program. Each summer, we seek twelve of the most engaged and creative UD students from different academic areas of study, bringing them together to find creative 'solutions' to real-world challenges posed by a consortium of community partners.

Students will present two immersive experiences to partners and community members on Friday, July 28: "Concourse D," a project development studio for students, faculty, and UD affiliates to connect with each other on collaborative ventures; and "Plena," a holistic growth re-store that utilizes wireless power and sensor technology to gauge individual health needs and create a personalized, adaptable shopping experience.

1:00 - 3:00 p.m.: Collaboration Accelerator Experiences
"Plena" at ArtStreet and "Concourse D" at Roesch Library, 2nd floor

3:00 - 4:00 p.m.: Open Dialogue with Collaboration Accelerator students
Roesch Library, 2nd floor

IACT at ArtStreet is located on the 300 block of Kiefaber Street. Event parking for Collaboration Accelerator Finale is available on nearby streets and Lot RP5 (7/28/17 only). Parking in any other University lot requires a parking permit. Download parking map >>

At the Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at ArtStreet, we seek to empower a forward-thinking 21st century student with the ability to confidently develop the imaginative and creative skills necessary to excel and impact today’s innovative and global workforce regardless of degree focus. Our mindset of applied creativity stems from transdisciplinary learning and humanity-centered design, harnessing imagination and vision to effectively implement unexpected, innovative ideas that can change the world.

Contact Information:

Name:  Institute of Applied Creativity for Transformation (IACT) at ArtStreet
Website:  http://go.udayton.edu/iact
Phone:  937-229-5101
Email:  iact@udayton.edu