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SUST 232: Design for Sustainable Impact

Addressing sustainability challenges involves purposefully designing system level transformations amidst complexity, uncertainty, severe constraints, and entrenched behaviors. This class will introduce students to techniques, tools, and mental models from the design world to address scaled sustainability challenges. The class will combine elements from Design Thinking, Systems Acupuncture, Behaviorally Informed Design, User Experience Design, and Game Design. The class will use the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals as an underlying framework to design interventions towards integrated sustainable outcomes. Students will form small teams and will participate in a structured design process, where they will co-create a system transformation with an emphasis on Behavior Change directed at Sustainable Impact. The class is aimed at giving students an exposure to the type of creative team processes that they would have to lead in their careers as sustainability minded leaders.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3-4
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