IntoActions works closely with the teams at Stanford University’s Center for Design Research (CDR) and the ME 310 Global Design Innovation Program, a global nexus of design thinking research and practice, to extend their innovation programs to Brazil and across Latin America.
ME310 Global Design Innovation Program
ME310 is a nine-month program where students from Stanford University and top global universities take on real-world challenges proposed by companies from all industries.
Through the course of the program, students learn, apply, and experience the Stanford Design Innovation Process.
ME310 is Stanford University’s award-winning flagship design innovation program, and has been taught at Stanford since 1967.
dGlobal at Stanford: Bringing the Stanford Design Tradition to You
IntoActions and Stanford University are joining forces to help groups anywhere in the world learn about the Stanford Design Tradition and apply it to their local context.
dGlobal is a 6-week online course, designed to reinforce key concepts based on the enduring practices from the award-winning ME310 design course. Participants earn an official Stanford University transcript.
The online course can be combined with a hands-on workshop in San Francisco, or at the participants’ location.
Please contact us if your company, organization or university is interested in collaborating with the ME310 or the dGlobal at Stanford Program.
A research paper that describes the implementation of the ME 310 Program at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Cali, Colombia, is available here.
“Your Stanford University program, dGlobal at Stanford: Bringing the Stanford Design Tradition to You, has helped me and my colleagues think more strategically about entrepreneurship, innovative teams, and project-based learning. It has already led to some new ideas that we will implement with our next cohort at the Programa de Pre-Incubación UTEC.”
Lic. Antonella Montes de Oca
Program Director Technological Entrepreneurship Program Universidad Tecnológica del Uruguay (UTEC)
ME310 at Stanford University — 50 Years of Redesign
Available on Amazon