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Corporate
Faculty - Teaching
UIF - Global
Faculty Fellows
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Tests
Bill Rossi - 081415
Tom Katona - 081415
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Juan Carro - 081715
Nick Swayne - 081715
Faculty Fellows
David Chen - 081715
Faculty Fellows
Faculty - Teaching
Cost:
-know it's Stanford, don't doubt the quality, 5k in Mexico is a lot of money, with travel and hotel will be 7K; perhaps university can help?

What the workshop is about:
Confused about the workshop is about, DT?

-"Interested in coming to Stanford"

-"experiential education" --> I work with that, I believe in that and therefore I'm interested,

-I use this, for me is to learn more tools

-I love debriefing, I do it

-physical space: interesting

-Description of experience, especially day 4 was not clear

-"can we select the challenge?" --> "important to have theoretical framework, but need to apply"

-the model of learning by doing is not clear

-learning alongside students: love that, don't have problem with that... only thing is here in Mexico we have recent graduates and company people, and the mix is very important... recent graduates have a fresh view

- edu researchers: OK

-online community: here in Mexico to maintain an online comm is... don't want to say impossible, but people do not participate












-took DTAL, it was great
-did a couple of things from IDEO (online)
-content and how do you use it --> this faculty training is great, bc many faculty do not know how to use the tool... having fac in same page
-I'm a converted, no brainer
-certificate at the end? (seems important)

in terms of value, I'm paying $ to join the club? what am I getting? how does this help my teaching? research? mentoring?
part of the uif program that are good: speakers, going to companies, (maybe mention examples of speakers)
conferences that is over $1K... biomed conf tend to be the most expensive and are...
conferences are considered a luxury and have to choose
meetups vs online sessions? face to face is important, described his interactions with the UIF team using BJ... he wasn't as invested the second year...faculty are busy, have other priority
he is going back and forth between this and the faculty workshop, kind of mashing up the two
epicenter getting traction, talking to Liz... interesting to me... can you weave that into this?
He evaluated the two offerings as one (online) vs the other (f2f):
the faculty training's value for the educator is clearer and looks more interesting (perhaps bc I've done UIF for 2 years)
he views this as exec ed
do sth online in advance
competitors: MIT sloan (10K?), UVA, more for corporate but educators go to those; pricing of this is right
timing: january is not good; before spring semester is best - may is busy but better - august: bad, everything slows down
What's the value? I'm going with the students

he didn't get the online part of it
great!
timing issue: w/ students OR before students?
Is value for those who have been on the program?
cost: absolutely reasonable
many profs will be fine with going thru with students, others will want to do it before (for instance, in the fall)
for me: knowing the training students participate in (same page) + going to meetup (gelling experience - could do it elsewhere, but so much difficult)
is there diff in performance bt schools where faculty went to meetup vs those who didn't
should we require faculty to participate in the meetup as part of the UIF program: that might be a barrier for some people, some of the guys I work with are booked 2 years out

Faculty - Teaching
some of the faculty I work with: I want to sign you up and participate in this wonderful program; huge hook for faculty
cost (4K): 4 days of training (1.2K for a conference), but this is sth different; I know others like Harvard... price is reasonable
from shoes of fac he would recruit: bounce it off with prominent folks and make recommendations,the networks and the tools, super successful
reputation of stanford, UIF and VW-- I don't know exactly what I will do but I know I will be challenged
could be an entry point to get more students into UIFs: he agrees
this is HUGE
pushes things to next level by giving faculty to participate
I will send 2 people
picture is a busy picture; not necessarily a bad thing
would love to send Chris and Tim to an advanced class like this
payment for the students: he might have the ability, not sure other institutions would; 1K would be reasonable; make it a selective thing, exclusive club; you should make a big deal, select the UIF standouts based on performance; we invite people (invite 25 with 15 slots), NOT application
Chris Swan - 081715
Faculty Fellows
Faculty - Teaching
Jenna Carpenter - 081715
Faculty Fellows
Faculty - Teaching
Keith Buffinton - 081715
Faculty Fellows
Faculty - Teaching
Rocio Chavela - 081715
Faculty - Teaching
Industry Bootcamp
Jennifer Hedding - 081715
Industry Bootcamp
Poonam - 081715
Faculty - Teaching
students: school would pay --> have a separate outwards component aimed at them
if interested, there are other steps with added costs: would they receive a discount in further steps (ie, support of UIF students)?
sustaining effort: traveling show
can only think of 1-2 faculty who would participate (one of them is associate dean for community engagement and other is the director of gordon institute); there might be others
like look and navigation of the page, clear value props (what makes unique) "reserve your spot" button

like "what you'll learn and do", catches your eye
add 140 character testimonial, with name and org
looking for faculty change agents
another change agent thing/event for faculty in the summer out of Harvey Mudd (he might forward e-mail)
"looks like a workshop for faculty interested in how to teach this way"
was confused about the days in the experience
have them think ahead of time of 1-3 likely contexts they want to transform back at home - that's helpful; increases the likelihood they will apply this
"real university students"? ---> that is cool; like a lot
"behind the scenes" --> like a lot
video the experience? --> to review later
obligation or encouragement to write or share the way they transformed their courses after the workshop (idea: do what DTBC does - "the next 48hs")
multiple faculty per school
dates: january (yes!)
physical space: love it
advertising: she offered to send it to GC scholars, WEPAN (sp?)
cost ($4K): a bit much, but changing the way you do things doesn't cost nothing; stanford name will help; I can't send a lot of people but I would buy the bullet
this is to train your mentors - other programs should do this
i think is a good idea
they will learn skills that are translatable to other contexts, like your (under)graduate students in your lab -there is no training for doing that
Carry Ann Ratmore (sp?): has a center, started doing diversity training, then shifted message and it's very successful

like/love
I like that a lot... even if we do that,, intriguing
really like learning alongside students a lot... none of us do that
other appealing stuff: novice and exp; part of the dschool, comm of like minded educators
LOVE THE 3 WORDS in the title
physical space: really exciting
being able to apply
test with live audience: exciting and scary
cost ($4K): a little pricey; NETI is a bit less (1K) - expected 1-2K; that's an amount that is easier for his office to cover; I may send someone at this price (4K); it has to be right person (more sophisticated experience)

Ideas:
credentials? if so, I think you can charge more
Changes/other:
it's unproven, but have such great relationships with stanford, d.school, epicenter, that would give it a chance and see how it goes
emphasizing WHO will be facilitators + their background - link to more info
Questions:
dates in June and August
Like/love:
like idea
opp to interact with faculty at other schools participating in the program
meetup: exciting, interacting with companies, d.school and yourselves

Changes:
WHO is doing the training (perhaps more evident, but doesn't hurt to mention)


Ideas:



Questions:
UIF training is intense, would faculty be able to have that time?
time commitment for faculty: 1 hour a week webinar + homework, do sth on their campus (2 hs/week); 4 weeks
timing: in parallel w/ students, so that there are cross-conversations (explicit expectations)

Other:
should see direct impact at their institutions


Cost ($2K): does not seem excessive to me since it's ongoing + in-person meetup; 1.5K would be more attractive


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Changes:
first impression: thought it was not for students, judging by the title
not clear on what "innov bootcamp" means - needs to see more content (biased bc getting complaints from I-Corps people that they didn't know what they were signing up for)

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Questions:
only students doing internships are eligible?
how many hours in those 3 weeks? time commitment? If I'm a student, that's the first thing that comes to mind.
don't know how many interns a company has

Other:
partnership with ASEE? sounds interesting
company counsel via ASEE


Cost:


Like/love:
site looks good; i know you want to be
stanford brand is appealing

Changes:
faculty are used to table of contents stuff --> be more descriptive, more concrete (debrief, deconstruct doesn't tell too much to beginners)
know you want to be lean with the site: perhaps a link with more info for those more syllabus-oriented
make stanford more prominent, not just the location

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Questions:
what would faculty gain?
faculty are used to table of contents stuff -->


Other:
"experiential learning can have different forms"
when reading days 1-4, it seems it's about design thinking, so you should call it that
what is experiential learning for you? too difficult... I'm on vacation


Cost ($4K): pricing is way higher than everything I've seen; 4 day workshop ; twice as much as NETI; another workshop at Rose Hulman (this is sth she mentioned first and spontaneously)

partnership with ASEE: it would have to be co-branded; ASEE would help socialize this idea (you can also buy ads) -- what's exactly ASEE role? two traditional avenues are co-branding or PI works thru ASEE (?) - blog posts about 3-4 solid partnerships, in addition to NETI

Dates: June may overlap with asee; january sounds good, exp in SF
Students participation: she asked questions
researchers:
NETI's model of having alumni come back as fellows; that strengtens
"interact" is unclear (eg: interact with Steve Blank)
CoP: challenging; people get excited, then do not follow up

Like/love:
like better than Industry Fellows; like a lot
more what I was trying to get at; lighter (the Fellows is "too robust"); much easier to experiment with

Changes:
be crisper on the ROI
testimonials from employers of our Fellows help? Definitely

Ideas:



Questions:
How would this work? --> Humera answered
ROI for small vs large companies?
why would companies not do this on their own?

Other:
Apple has been doing sth similar to this for over a decade, but after the internship (would come together once a month, hear a lecture)
you are creating a framework to get the talent excited, like a pre-orientation to college
if you have a critical mass you want Yahoo-only (her preference; on one hand bc of focus, not being distracted)
minimum number of students to work on a company-only project together, if we don't have a company-only offering just yet: 5-10
value of pairing future interns from very different backgrounds who will intern together at the same company

Cost:
price-point is good (sounds more like a complement to existing programs)

Like/love:
in theory is very good

Changes:
price point is too high (couldn't tell the right price)
wold be hard to choose which students get the training: creates a division between the haves (received special treatment) and have nots --> in terms of selection: have consulting, engineering, biz, finance, accounting: pilot with all interns in one group
length: too long; should be a warmup, work on warmup project

Ideas:



Questions:
driver behind this? is this from a gap you've seen in school or heard from industry? --> Humera explained (sort of rehashed what was on the page)
how does the timing work for the students (finals and such)? --> Humera said students find time for UIF work
would this just be for my company? (I tried to turn question on her, but she needed more data, the program wasn't clear)

Other:
USC has a program like this (students being prepared for internship)
wasn't clear for her what the offering was about: offering or partnership?

Cost:


Like/love:
really good (she already "applied" before our call)
"experience behind the scenes": like it; you might want to reframe it for faculty (could be clearer)
learning alongside students: would value, but assumption is we don't have empathy: it's insulting; need reframe it: Humera offered "co-design with students" and she liked that)
interacting with researchers and CoP: those are wonderful (she is a participant in professional communities; not a content contributor, but consumes and comments)

Changes:
nothing that turns me off
experiential learning has been around for a long time, but the way you approach it would be different --> experiential learning does not convey what's new --> use DT and how this helps teachers

Ideas:



Questions:
can this be applied to curriculum as well?

Other:
if I had not spoken to you, it would not be clear how this adds value to me as instructor, and what I will be able to do?

you are trying to address some challenges we have in teaching-learning situations

Cost:


Like/love:
clear bc I read about UIF earlier
clear what people will do


Changes:
was initially not clear about the difference with DET offering: need to make that distinction


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Questions:


Other:
funding might be an issue

Cost:


Faculty Fellows
Joe - 081715
Faculty - Teaching
Like/love:
can imagine faculty being excited (and cost being the barrier)
learning alongside students: potential to be really powerful
behind the scenes: love it bc it shatters a myth (good teachers don't have to do the work), but how would you do it with 40 people (we explained the security camera approach)
designing and teaching experience

Changes:
testimonials would help with getting funding ($4K) from the dean; if I were the dean, I wouldn't want the John Ochs (known) story, bc he is special; I would want a regular average fec member (closer to the person who is going to attend)
timing for those who are planning classes is important
have everyone leave for a first step + accountability (us, or a participant or someone local)--> CoP can be this

Ideas:
PR : look at Frontiers in Engineering Education (not innovation focused; but pedagogy) - uneven results - deans selected and they sent a letter to provost that they had been accepted--> worthy of spotlighted -- Bucknell ran a story
embed some change-agent (Fellows program) like tools so that they can spread - seed that grows

Questions:
what kind of follow up is there? also helpful for selling to the dean + workshop gets people excited and then they don't have support

Other:
VP for dean:
1. is if there is some accountability for applying (requirement that yu have to share what you've done in 6 months) (faculty to students)
2. faculty can run a mini-workshop to share insights and disseminate to other faculty (faculty to faculty)
sharing practices: look at Frontiers in Engineering Education (not innovation focused; but pedagogy) - uneven results - deans selected and they sent a letter to provost that they had been accepted--> worthy of spotlighted -- Bucknell ran a story

Cost:
first thing he mentioned: who would be expected to pay? would approach my dean, maybe dept chair... "this is awesome" - he would need supporting evidence to choose this over other stuff - what would you accomplish
about right: at Bucknell have grants from the dean that are exactly $4K for developing pedagogy

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Changes:


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Questions:
dean will ask what ROI of the EXTRA investment?
could the person doing this the same as taking the workshop?
what types of things the training focused on?

Other:
"fun stuff"
"it strikes me that this program is in some sense very well suited for those early in their careers, while the (DET program) is for more experienced faculty" (have been teaching for a while)


Cost:


Faculty - Fellows
Jon - 081715
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Rebecca - 081715
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Ed Pines - 081715
Faculty - Teaching
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Changes:
New educational practices require new skills. When he reads "designing, facilitating..." --> I already know that


Ideas:



Questions:
why would someone want to do this? not getting it.
what do I get besides being jealous of the Stanford facilities? (Arillaga center: see what happens when money and taste interact?)

Other:
The Achievement Habit: could read it for $15 and be able to do x, y, z (he didn't read it)
H: what would you want to achieve in your teaching?
as part of pathways got 2 hs of Jerry Engel and then got offer to do LLP
have seen programs like this for a long time
have teaching academy here and I generally avoid the training ("I've already heard this" - nothing new)

Cost:
first reaction: $4K --> not clear what it includes or not (hotel, travel)

Faculty Fellows
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this looks like something that could have been useful
network will be useful for a lot of people

Changes:


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Questions:


Other:
he said early on (when we were talking about D.E.T.) he wanted "a handbook" with clear expectations for participating in the program
"strategies for change" --> gets weary
student travel gets odd, university is not helpful with that, helps a lot that patricia has resources to front tickets $
difficult to get students to show up, even to get the pin

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Trent Hazy - 081715
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professors who have agreed to collaborate with us are champions of experiential learning.

being here on the west coast; some of the early partnership are on the west coast.

drive, in-person traffic… 4K, on part of university.

role of students: UIF; co-designer.

on a monthly basis, we send out close to 1,000 emails to professors.

this type of email we would send out as a secondary value proposition. Hey, you’ve been a great support. We’d love for you to continue learning and growing… here is a way … partnership perspective, that would make a lot of sense.

If specific type of professor: categoriezed by majors:
15 different lists;
biology,
engineering,
english
pretty easy to test.

longer term, rolling out white label solution, where projects are managed independently of us. launch, have communities, have own branding, collaborative.

just started tapping international: 10,000 in IIT network.

do you ever host? we like to enable communities ie. berkeley. student consulting groups.
think of professor as a marketing channel, more than a user.

Four user types:
1. 200,000 student
2. company user, host of the project
3. mentor, recent grads and other professionals
4. career center
if 5. faculty, create it like a career center.
Partnership reciprocation w UIF? Nice thing is when we saw this, felt that they are always taking from faculty and not giving to them… so it’ll be nice to communicate word of this workshop in an email with a challenge.

Cost:


Daniel - 081715
Faculty - Teaching
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Changes:



Ideas:
in columbia, have something called cosensia... apply for grants for innovation and entrepreneurship. good time of year to negotiate for next year.
meetup in columbia would be better. cost of travel. program might be set up for columbian reality. problems there are different from problems here.
trips to silicon valley being seen as boondogle-like trips.

Questions:
Have you had any fellows in columbia? just in testing mode. You're the first.
Worldwide? application process.
only open for schools, universities? they may want to be the faculty sponsor, as a private company. in columbia, small group so researchers who have professors and students... it might be interesting for them.

Other:
Unired: network of universities. Some ways they can fund a project to get these kinds of courses for you.. and get grants to pay. a way to start working together. Get univ to play together.
Would be in-country partner. They would apply to Unired.
Also, have good relationship with chambers of commerce in the region. Would be very interested in bringing stanford program to region. They would be willing. Well known for being University region: 11 universities, 4-5 are big and are leaders.

Cost:
8,000 might be a little higher in your country. knows its stanford and well reputated. closed... won't be for many schools. online and in-person. people here tend to see price for the whole thing... if expenses, hotel, etc... Useful if was package. .... or settle down in school rooms. Developing country like ours could afford it better... as well as a lower rate. Could help when trying to sell to a university.

Like/love:
This one was pretty clear about what the focus is.
Space and team; interact with other cultures.

Changes:


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Questions:


Other:
Willing to be in country partner. Apply for grant, help bring workshop for 40 faculy and many UIF. Open to that. Sequentially; long term thing.

Cost:
I know this is the cost. When I saw it, I wanted to do it. Pretty good. If you have to travel, .. know how valuable this is. I recognize the value of this. Maybe $2,500 is something that might work.
If you could teach this here, somewhere in the country. Send a critical mass. Put together a bunch of teachers in the same city. Easier for 4 days. Weakness here is they don't have many design thinking teaching programs. Not many places you can learn design thinking. What you can learn, are courses online or what you research yourself. Could get a critical mass of 40 faculty if in Columbia. People are used to getting grants to fund this in Columbia... or provide matching programs, 20% grant and 80% university or individual; sometimes 50/50.


UIF - Global
Faculty - Fellows
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Global UIF program. Yes!

ANII. Corfo. International governments will be interested.
Yes, they will fund. Hone in on job creation. Economic impact. Workforce development.

International universities will be interested.

Time zones. Timeslots that work for them.

India: weird. 14.5 hours away.

Annual meetup: twice a year, instead of one.
Regional meetups.



Faculty innovation fellows program:
Good.
How many people are you?


Corporate; subsidize all the other work.

Intern program:
What do you know about corporate?

Fellows:
Why interns? Why not early hires?
If I were a company, would I want to invest that much in an intern?


Bootcamp:


priced very similar to faculty fellows program.
something more subsidized could be more accessible.
individual faculty can go on their own; really like that.
under learn: facilitating… made her happy. wondered how much of the program is dedicated to that.
these are all things that are crucial, that we don’t teach today: five things that they’ll learn.
They won’t just participate; they’ll learn how to create.
How long? 4 days.

Try out? Yes, we were thinking about a live audience.
Definitely money will be a barrier. Probably fill the program. I'm thinking in terms of global programs, reaching those we haven't been able to reach.

Re: subsidized. Who? External funding. Accel, who fund REE. Raise price for those who can afford it, make 10 with scholarships. $5,000 and 5 days and 10 scholarships. $0, which still has them paying for travel expenses.

Faculty fellows program; what happens after wards. How do you know youve had an impact. Community where they stay in touch; likes the online community. If there is anything you can do before or after that can inspire them to succeed. Viable project to be accepted into the program.

Students, Fellows, will participate. 40 faculty, 15 fellows. Like students and faculty both. Sad for how many faculty don't get to come because student seats.
Lisa G. - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Like/love:
LOVE the offering. Exactly right. market will be very receptive. so many schools and programs with faculty and prog managers... I think it's fabulous
timing looks good
like limit to 40
online community to stay connected... really important
"I would send people. For sure... Have a program manager I would absolutely send to this"
delivering experience to live audience is really meaningful

Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:
"who's your target audience?" flipped the question to her. Answer: I have context.


Other:


Cost:
well priced, given

Faculty Fellows
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Changes:
clarify where the meetup is
clarify dedicated sessions for faculty vs sessions for UIF


Ideas:



Questions:
have the Fellows have had any other in-person training?
what happens if the faculty or fellows cannot attend the meetup?
should attending the meetup be required ("a deal breaker")? --> idea: having a stand in who takes online training alongside and then attends the meetup in your place

Other:
L: many faculty may not know the value of the meetup (for them, for their school, for their fellows)
she really talked a lot about the meetup, seemes she placed a lot of value in it
discussion with Mary Raber: challenge for UIFs a a school where there is not much happening vs mature programs, they are challenged with different things; hard for them to realize what can I do that it's actually actionable for an undergraduate --> group Fellows and sponsors according to maturity of I&E system

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Zvika - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Like/love:
really like picture - nice diverse, diff ages - can't tell if students or teachers (doesn't matter)
like tagline (D.T.E.)
like intro paragraph - like leading with experiential learning - don't like lecturing
like word 'experiments' - any teaching who will come to this is cutting edge, thinking outside the box
40 is a good number
like learn by doing
all 5 skills seem very relevant
like the emphasis on applying

Changes:
hyperlink to d.school for those who do not know

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Other:
seems you are catering to a wide range of experiences and I have had a negative experience with that - hard to cater to both, end up catering to lowest common denominator
don't know a ton of people working in higher ed, but know a lot of people who would like to attend this who work in gov and non-profit

Cost:
makes sense

Corporate
First impression:
gov doesn't really invest in interns, so it would have to be reframed to employees


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Changes:
terminology is geared to private sector --> need to adapt language (eg: "work in CSR project" --> "public policy project")


Ideas:
recommend looking at nextgengov website (PD for young millenials in government) - have a conference - he spoke at their conference at DT and was overflowing : http://www.nextgengovt.com/
there is a bg movement in DC about attracting and retaining millenials to/in public service/govt (google article about millenials and govt) --> there might be unique PD opp
volunteers to help us develop this idea

Questions:


Other:
lot of gov agencies have their own PD unit; you are allowed to take outside but has to be justified
innovation is a buzzword in DC right now (10 years behind private sector) - all agencies strategic plans have the word, but they don't really know how to do it (and that's how I've been selling DT - they think you just need to hire a bunch of innov people, but do not know there can be a process - replicable scalable concrete process across large organizations, that can be taught - emphasize "multiplier effect", people can train others)

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UIF - Global
Looks good
He offered this frame: would the State Dept. be interested in co-sponsoring? S: You want to do a more wholesome presentation, showing current success of US program, stats - literature of DT used to tackle big challenges
State Dept: Educational and Cultural Affairs - MOOC bootcamp, teach overseas students thru MOOCS
this would plug in well
he will make intros by first week of Sept.
Ilya - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
that's pretty good

Like/love:
like it a lot
this is great, bc this is sth that we are piloting in the fall with the $ from the center, piloting an "ideas challenge" course reworking of curriculum- your training program would greatly augment this project (take your course and make it more experiential - but we don't have any way of doing it)
would send a teaching team (including Amin (UIF) who would be teaching a new class - they would go thru the program as a pair

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Ideas:
guest house: pretty decent cost --> block some rooms


Questions:
are you inviting one faculty from a school?


Other:


Cost:
reasonable, on the higher end, compared to LLP or Babson seminar, univ can find $ (we have allocated pool of money for that)


Dates:
tricky - Jan in Cali is a great idea. However, our spring semester begins around Jan 20 - Wish it was tomorrow.
summer is hard
MLK holiday: OK
weekends and holidays: people usually prefer a weekday, but not a deal breaker

Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
that's pretty good

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First reaction:
this is good

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I'm a mentor for 12 fellows and I don't have any training, so my approach was to be hands off and create a cover to remove interference, but there is a drwback to that - as the group is larger - would like to get more formal training - I'm really thorn: I can find things to plug them in, but that would defeat the purpose and they would become hourly employers.
would like to involve more faculty and would like the UIF program to spell it out and give them tools to guide the fellows

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Questions:
you have to have Fellows right? And you become a mentor?


Other:
Fellows generate so many ideas that they stall, hard to gain traction
formalize the relationqhsip mentor-mentees
leading from behind (as Ed Morris would say)
H: would like to co-design with you. I: I feel there is a need with you and us to document our experience with UIF
H: would this be ongoing or one and done? I: I don't think one and done works? It's a band of brothers, a gang... takes a special kind of people, need to feel protected, part of a special group that has superpowers, not a nice label on a student


Cost:
it's fine

Name/ Title ("Fellow")
H: should there a gating factor to get the name? I: There should be some selectivity to apply, but you shouldn't have to wait to get designated - should not be DeVry
L: Mentors' Bootcamp? I: doesn't have the weight when put on CV
H: letter from president or dean as backing? I: I would add Dept. Chair - the major obstacle is at that level to engage with all of this - I'm recognized all over campus except for my dept. --> letter from the dept. chair + dean + VP/president + you make a final call, so it's not pay to get it.
H: Requirement to have some experience sponsoring Fellows? I: I guess
benefit is huge for univ.
be careful to cover faculty back, make it easier for them to defend, be recognized
H: should it be a single or up to the school whether is multple? I: one or more doesn't matter

Kurt - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
this looks more promising (this was the second MVP we showed)

Like/love:
two of you have been mindful and vocal publicly about the student-faculty mashup, so this offering for faculty is useful (be cooperative, truly best for all, )... even from the short description
appealing in a unique way to him - "bunjee jumping into a tarpit" - Spring 14 at NAE - being able to tap into faculty who already have done amazing things at their schools (you have already proven the worth)

Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:



Other:


Cost:
even though is on top of what they are already paying, institutions who already have a UIF buy in, it's an extension of the conversation (not a new one) and the cost seems reasonable to him

First reaction:
this is January, in person, set of connections, set of skills you aspire people will take away... mashup of profs and students ... 4 days... really intensive PD
first glance, this would be a great things to attend - if i were to share in house right now... there is Frontiers...

Like/love:


Changes:


Ideas:
have a pre-established pay it forward when they go back to their campus (see below)


Questions:



Other:


Cost:
an offering he goes to (Frontiers conf and workshops) is at a fraction of a costf this - seems expensive for 4 days of training + aspirational, online comm - knowing you, I know it will be 4k well spent - tough sell
H: what would make it more easily sellable? K: I'm going to project... now we have UI by committee... perhaps if this is not just Joe prof or Joe student and come back and be a standalone at the other side of the fence --> have a pre-established pay it forward when they go back to their campus
(idea L: we include feedback(s) session to their course/class design in the following months - and we require them to DO sth within the next month)

First reaction:


Like/love:


Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:



Other:


Cost:


Jen - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
UIF - Global
First reaction:
noticed you have "students will address global challenges" -- global vs regional?
more student-oriented than her agency is accostumed to, but still definitely appealing

Like/love:
Annual Meetup in Silicon Valley is a draw

Changes:
"students will address global challenges" is confusing, should be "local"

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
Easily 10 schools will participate
long lead times - schools would submit app to agency for funding, but they could do this w/o the agency funding
need to impose own agenda - L: institutional change would support your agenda? J: yes

Cost:
8K for that number of students and faculty is reasonable
extra cost for meetup is reasonable
Co-funded with the schools so both have skin in the game

First reaction:
God, I wish I was a faculty member so I could take part

Like/love:
sounds very similar to the workshop we did but dives into the pedagogy
learning alongside students (from survey, they loved the faculty-student empathy bridge)


Changes:
a challenge that is related to I&E (this is from the Alberta workshop)

Ideas:



Questions:
How will you manage conflicting agendas that the faculty bring? (imagine there will be some friction)


Other:
of the faculty she works with, 80% would be interested
she works for admins, they would love to do it
H: I wonder if admins is a separate group of stakeholders we should consider? J: Yes. Innovation in process.

Cost:
a bit high, considering the exchange rate
schools would need to find the funds (their $ is already spoken for - intial planning in Sept-Oct and submit budget in March)

Chad - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
makes sense right away
connecting the mentors and the students is important

Like/love:
2 days: not overly demanding
Google and d.school

Changes:
cost prohibitive

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:


Cost:
cost-prohibitive
would have to justify spending the funds - for administrators, doesn't bode well to do much traveling while you are making cuts at same time (he is speaking with K-12 hat)
there might be external funding sources

First reaction:
this looks amazing! (d.school and learn DT and experiential learning)
this is cost-prohibitive (suspect from CC would be a tough sell)

Like/love:
d.school, DT, exp learning
using physical spaces as learning tool: very important, language not seen very often (maker spaces is a thing, becoming very common but questions: how do I get people into the space? check box)
learning alongside students: compelling and unique
interact with leading researchers (Stanford strong brand)
designing, team teaching, debriefing, facilitating: almost an expectation, doesn't jump out (this was not a negative, just expected/obvious)

Changes:
can't think of anything

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
in his experience, for online communities (closed or open): there has to be a lot of push for things to happen
H: we work with students, and meet them where they are

Cost:


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Lots of thoughts (and cautionary tale), a bit rambly, didn't capture all
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Kirk - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
much more positive on this one, maybe in part bc familiar with UIF, pretty good idea

Like/love:
nice that anyone who is a sponsor is already motivated and making some level of commitment, and would value to learn themselves and develop peer network, people are already self-selecting
networking
being able to benchmark and compare notes with other faculty


Changes:
testimonials of sponsors doing great work, champion work, make difference, how they would value this - would be able to benchmark

Ideas:
early successes and early insights from Pathways teams who can be brought in as well


Questions:



Other:
related story of disappointment with fac sponsor who was yielding to culture, the support system would be useful
hard to compare online and meetup...bc I've lived vicariously I have an idea, but if didn't would need more info
I would imagine what would be valuable would be sitting and hearing the students and pulling out and reflect - mix of being part of the group and outside of the group - being a mentor (with students) and being champion (doing things for them)
L: if you could design the program? K: if ultimate goal is to enable sponsors to be supporters of students and also change agents with the administrators, I would look at the topics and abilities they need for each, and what kind of support
network becaomes key support system, for the emotional
3/4 parallel practice ith students, 1/4 pull back and be just with other faculty, for instance after the LC session, how the faculty think about the "force field" on campus supports or goes against student engagement / complementary activity

Cost:
very manageable

First reaction:
feels quite ethereal and fuzzy, would only appeal t those down that path
$4K would not take the bait

Like/love:


Changes:
personally, at a stage of dev and curiosity that would take a leap of faoth... but those are rare especially in STEM fields --> need case study of fac member that has made a shift (make a compelling case) - not so importatn who fac member is but compelling example and how passionately he/she can articulate/ video would be more compelling/ story that represents a hard core STEM area / biomed fac with music: project was so compelling and makes such a great case (frontier we need infiltrate)
missing is a description of the end game (student outcome): creative and systems thinking

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
tricky part is I get how this would be viable, but not sure for mainstream faculty will be hooked - but if had that case study and link to outcomes, then it makes more sense

Cost:
sounds high - have pretty good budget, but would exceed entire yearly budget
for most faculty, they tipically go to conferences, and daily rate is lower than $1K
haven't done anything in his 3 years in that ballpark

Jack - 081815
First reaction:
from company standpoint, 5K is a lot, to invest on an intern - top tier companies already attract top tier talent, so might not be willing to pay for this

Like/love:


Changes:
who your target companies are? top tier companies might only take students who have had internships and learned these skills
soft skills: not why the interns go to the companies; the first other needs are the tech skills

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
this might be a marketing value - name brand association, but not the "super intern" VP (top tier companies already think they are getting this intern)
UIF program helped, but it's still a matter of which companies are the right target,


Cost:
paying $5K for online plus travel expenses is hard to justify
releasing this kind of money to invest on an intern... where is the decision point? From the HR side is hard... I would make it optional for those who want a super-intern (as opposed of 12 kids who participate and then will be spread randomly)

First reaction:
don't know... not the corp rec, but i would imagine this would be in the price range -

Like/love:


Changes:
wouldn't sell it as a 3 weeks online VC
, but the student themselves, the kind of experiences and connections, prestige of Stanford and the program (how we do it is not the selling point - sell the results)
use UIF success corporate stories as selling point
interns are decided 6 months out, so it's hard
most obvious market: not leaders, but still Fortune500 (tier 2, non Google) who would be interested in the brand association as marketing tool


Ideas:



Questions:
what is companies were not the paying customers? would students pay? J: I would want 95% guaranteed results - students would not pay (prob does not qualify for loans) - would universities pay?


Other:
we are disrupting the status quo of the companies
J: for UIF, 50% of engineering schools do it for the marketing value, not for the value


Cost:


Cybylla (part of the Canada workshop) - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
UIF - Global
First reaction:
want one of those fabulous t-shirts
very exciting concept

Like/love:
idea of leadrship circle - 5 students and a faculty person - would get the ball rolling - where would this fit here? thinking student association would be it. - student association put events, run insurance progrm for studnts, connect with policy makers and decision makers throughout post-secondary system in province - very active with advocating, attend meetings all over the country / student association represents ALL students
online + meetup: fantastic (she is talking about meetup, SF - she brings students, but difficult to connect with companies - they don't know who they are)

Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:
H: value of having several schools in Alberta engaged in the program? C: very important for her - institutionally they are all in competition, but easier to do from the faculty and student perspective
H: critical mass of Alberta institutions? C: number that pops into that head is 5


Other:
want to connect eship with trade students(who don't see themselves as innovators) - cross silos
had several a-has at the workshop

Cost:
L: who would support the program? C: will need to figure it out - thinking VP level, has meeting to discuss this, and supporting what they developed in the workshop - good ideas

Timing:
students would miss class but peoplein our dept would be supportive

First reaction:
looks really exciting
OMG, 4K US dollars (extra 1K)

Like/love:
(about workshop): brilliant that had to go out to the mall to talk to people - people will remember / not just talking, but doing
love behind the scenes
really love first 3 VPs, struggles with online CoP - things fade away - I wish that wasn't true, and agree it's important

Changes:
would love to see a way for programs to maintain some sort of connection to allow communication bt the students

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
Believe in experiential leanring - she teaches a couple of courses that are experiential, no textbook - students fundraise and use $ to travel (Panama, SF, etc.)
context of the region: 60% HS completion rate, good employment with just HS, so students do not see the value --> trying to teach them it's not the same
student participation in the workshop:
tough sell bc it's summer (don't have ongoing ways to communicate bc of law) - liked having their voices - the ones there were leaders (would like to engage more students to think that way)
as facilitators: they were great! Meenu and Bre are more quailified than many of the instructors we have here

Cost:
4K is a lot

teaches eship
Faculty Fellows:
not much info on page, like to see more
each inst. needs to have champions
? faculty, not administrators? H: whomever is responsible for supporting -->
need to clarify
it's of interest bc students leave, so need consistent voice and ongoing energy in the direction of the innovation program in general
Matt - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
UIF - Global
Faculty - Fellows
priced very similar to faculty fellows program.
something more subsidized could be more accessible.
individual faculty can go on their own; really like that.
under learn: facilitating… made her happy. wondered how much of the program is dedicated to that.
these are all things that are crucial, that we don’t teach today: five things that they’ll learn.
They won’t just participate; they’ll learn how to create.
How long? 4 days.

Try out? Yes, we were thinking about a live audience.
Definitely money will be a barrier. Probably fill the program. I'm thinking in terms of global programs, reaching those we haven't been able to reach.

Re: subsidized. Who? External funding. Accel, who fund REE. Raise price for those who can afford it, make 10 with scholarships. $5,000 and 5 days and 10 scholarships. $0, which still has them paying for travel expenses.

Faculty fellows program; what happens after wards. How do you know youve had an impact. Community where they stay in touch; likes the online community. If there is anything you can do before or after that can inspire them to succeed. Viable project to be accepted into the program.

Students, Fellows, will participate. 40 faculty, 15 fellows. Like students and faculty both. Sad for how many faculty don't get to come because student seats.
First reaction:
not sure f it's for students or faculty (pics of people who I think are students) - first paragraph clarify

Like/love:
like bullets that explain what I'm going to do (Learn by Doing section) --> could have more meat on the bone, too general
like the experience broken by days (look under the hood) - have had that challenge with stvp's offerings
likes 4 VPs
like the video

Changes:
headline is more a tagline --> "Faculty Workshop: D.E.T."
what makes this unique should go earlier (leading with the differentiation)
(Learn by Doing section) --> could have more meat on the bone, too general
video is buried at the bottom
add that food is included and anything that is included as opposed to what it's not, so price seems better (transportation, etc.)

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
wrt STVP's offerings: complementary (like we feel about the d.school)

Cost:
4K: feel pretty good about that number - if at a state school, a little high

First reaction:
very excited about this!

Like/love:
really interesting that they have to have a fac sponsor an fac sponsor needs to come

Changes:
include "letter of support" from leadership

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
having sth that is approved from the univ is preferred - I-Corsp regional vs national as example: a lot less rigamarole for the national one - what if you had a students at a university and they didn't have the support? - Imagine there would be a market for kids who want to do this independently - torn on that one - H: question is if there is something culturally diff that prevents students from having the support...
cultural differences - two examples:
example of asian students who raise $ to come and work with BASES --> students have skin in the game and have more drive and tenacity.
Aalto students taking over unused buildings and school being proud

Cost:


First reaction:
really cool! Remember faculty being scared to bring new things into their classroom

Like/love:
How to go from the one lone zealot at the schools to a community

Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:
M: what is your model? Steve Blankian train the trainer model? H: currently erring on the side of not having a white label offering
Scalability?

Other:
M: trying to figure out how to add a student engagement component --> event Meetup-like experience for 100 students from 10 universities?
10 students/universities is a magic number for Matt
, bc he feels like it's the right diversity of opinions and the right number to get sth going - the global partners want to send 10 students - ,3 feel like a special treat
STVP as additional channel?

Cost:


Ed - 081815
Faculty - Teaching
Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
"strategies for change" --> change is not always good --> change it to strategies for continuous improvement, change for improvement - but don't mind "student change agents"

Like/love:
I like it


Changes:
Meetup? unclear what it was (didn't click what it was) --> make it more clear
the 2 offerings (workshp and this) look similar enough --> make sure it's clear that they can take both

Ideas:
cross-sell the 2 offerings


Questions:
benchmark programs? not sure what it means? H explains-->
L note: consider the implications of "benchmarking" language
missed that there was an online component, an the relationship with the meetup (options?)
How is this different than the other (workshop)? This one is for UIF sponsors, the other is I'm learning new techniques

Other:


Cost:


First reaction:
use experiential too much

Like/love:
learning alongside students: a necessity, they are our customer
40 limit is good
behind the scenes: sounds so Hollywood - but that's OK - I like it
researchers: i like
online community is great too

Changes:
video: cute, but lightweight/useful, people running around, didn't give me a lot of info
does everyone know what d.school is?
add link to it helps
what you'll learn section could be more meaty (my words) - "competitions, activities, homework, assignments.." - personally interested in what I will be able to take home
put a second apply now button down there

Ideas:



Questions:
learning alongside students? L explained - Ed: sounds great!
application vs first come first served? seems more precious if you have to apply, but might turn people away - so would say first come first served, but limit # per university - H: application that is not about credentials? E: yes, but just be careful not to chase people away

Other:
would want to come to this bc we don't have an industrial design program
behind the scenes: sounds so Hollywood - but that's OK - I like it

Cost:
lodging and travel not included, if food is it's mall
is reasonable (it seems - we didn't ask explicitly)


Timing:
start school Jan 11th, but you would come
helps that it overlaps a weekend and holiday: a plus

he was confused about a lot here
H: Which one is Villanova more likely to participate in?
E: the cheaper one! (but not bc of the price, but we were thinking of doing this anyway - perfect excuse). But the other one is pretty nice too, and personally I would get more out of the teaching one

Ed: not sure how to say this so it doesn't sound bad but: the students leave and I want things that stay (I'm learning)

Ed: And the other things is: so far it's been me as sponsor. What happens at other schools? Multiple faculty? H: it varies (explained) --> is it beneficial for me to come every year? H turned question to him. Ed: I would like to feel I can grow with them (keep coming - and it's fun, bay Area - you have to give me reasons to justify, or I could come every other year and have someone else come)

Money will not be an issue - will find the money and eveything aout stanford is well received (president is alumn)
Patricia S. - 081915
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
picture is distracting (glass reflection)
not quite sure... jumps to date. Need a better intro. "Join a group of colleagues to learn best practices" - Jump start your teaching... too soon to see the date

Like/love:
all sound appealing...
giving them a better toolbox (see steve class comment below)
would send several faculty to this (mentioned the price as "if i will spend 4K it has to tie with their careers")

Changes:
but a couple of things have popped out at NMSU: how are you going to measure when you apply? --> add assessment so that it's integral to what's doing in he classroom
leading researchers: had a discussion with "engineering education as a scholarly activity" --> tie that with this, so that it resonates with younger faculty, bc it ties with their careers
dean talked about engagement of students, actively owning their education -->
online community --> develop (join) a network of like-minded educators
offer discount for 2 or more

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
faculty went to steve class but the interaction they had thru the pathways experience put it in context wth the classroom
she relates her experience with pathways, immediate group (pop, has met personally), then go to the hub to see what the bigger community is doing
L: having different disciplines? P: it works if it's kept in context (for application, take it back to the engineering design process)

Cost:


Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
like the picture (it's at NMSU, her faculty, as well as a student) --> could use that picture for the teaching workshop
are they complementary? how do they tie together?

Like/love:
recent posts on the side

Changes:
by the title, I thought it was a totally new program, not a tie in to UIF for sponsors; H explained why we wanted to go away from the sponsor name (internal) and give the role more relevance--> P: OK. The only thing I would add is "faculty are the ones who hold this together; they are the foundation" (sustainability, maybe? engage and retain this ecosystem beyond a particular cohort of students
explore best practices for mentoring first; attend in person seond, and ththe benchmark and other after
clarify what parts are with the students and what not


Ideas:



Questions:


Other:
concurrent, complementary path with the students?
mentioned observation of student teams/ fly on the wall



Cost:
she brought it up: this that include lodging? H: does not include lodging or travel, but we would cover food and secure a block at guest house --> indcate that

Erica E. - 081915
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
looks similar to structure of Alberta workshop
brilliant way of prototyping

Like/love:


Changes:


Ideas:



Questions:
be curious to see if faculty would spend 4 days - not sure. Some data points: last summer sent 3 faculty to d.school exec ed (found funding for everyone who was interested, but that was just 3) - the 3 who attended:
1 (architecture) loved it and immediately incorporated DT in her fall course, on her own
other began thinking this is stupid, and was converted by the end - teaches minor in counterterrorism, wanted to integrate DT and relies heavily on the academy
said had a good, but didn't get anything concrete/applied - what is the barrier? why is he not gotten to the same place as the other? perhps it's bc he teaches other innovation methods
H: would you attend alongside faculty? E: don't have time and give them more ownership, and then after, we can work with them - They are going to ask for funding.

Other:
assuming examples in DTBC are biz focused + other people who are participating (not higher ed folks)
they do a workshop for faculty every semester (half day - 6 hs tops) - they love sharing challenges and strategies - obsessed with rubrics and assessment - this offering seems complementary - L: would it help you? E: I think so. It would help to know what exactly the faculty need to apply in the course. If day 4 is about applying to their courses, that would be really key.
many faculty at UMD are not around for the summer (9 months appointments)
some faculty are just not interested in teaching DT themselves, but always get the academy to teach for them (service provided)

Cost:


Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
what's been difficult for what I've seen, since our campus has a pretty awesome infrastructure and campus, not sure what the fellows do -- not sure the solution is for me to go thru the training, but get fellows to set a design review with sponsors


Like/love:


Changes:
need better way to ensure that the impact of the fellows' work is seen through
fellows' projects are focused outside of the classroom, while AIE is focused inside --> hard to say I would be the point person


Ideas:



Questions:


Other:
I'm not super familiar with their training - assume they train and then they work on some sort of project - key is the project and what they show in the end
the project should not necessarily help the academy, but the campus at large
It's not visible at all for her what the impact of the fellows was


Cost:


Doug M. - 081915
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
obvious need
DT is a hot topic
you will get a segment of the market
what's the purpose? Does it come across? start with the WHY (simon sinek) maybe the why is the letters to Obama and the whole effort. - especially for the uninitiated. from engineering the why is more evident bc DESIGN word is there

Like/love:
incorporating many disciplines
building on momentum of DT

Changes:
make the ROI more clear: does it enhance my ability in research?

Ideas:



Questions:



Other:
coming from faculty PD workshop (mixed disciplines, focused on KEEN - they would appreciate the DT component - all the faculty were receptive

Cost:
4K: would deans sponsor that? I don't think they will. It will have to be faculty who have a pre-disposition, research funding

Faculty Fellows
First reaction:
it didn't hit me that you would do this in concert with the students (Humera explained before he said this)


Like/love:


Changes:
grad students: I can absolutely see participating with them in a similar program; don't see it with undergrads, typical relationship is one class -
this points to a different VP: mentoring training program



Ideas:
from L: http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/internship-programs



Questions:


Other:


Cost:


Lawrence N. - 081915
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
finding myself trying to understand at what level are we talking about these terms... the obvious one is design. Is design the thing I'm attempting to teach or designing learning experiences? level of abstraction - not clear

Like/love:
"what you expeirence" section is interesting, but disconnected
unpack: belongs to what makes this unique
deliver class: seems like a big deal, in a good way --> belongs to what makes this unique (not clear now)
what you describe is unique and you have pull of brand
not only you'll have the experience

Changes:
5 learning outcomes (designing, debriefing, ...): not clear (for me or for my students) - this is an Olin pickle as well - I might be unique in that's where my head goes
learning alongside students: I presume the audience is both faculty and students, or students are engaged at key points - it may be watered down - makes it hard to believe that it's about crafting classroom experience - alongside suggest we are equal, and if that's the case it's fine, but hard to imagine the typical student -->
be clear on who the students are (they are Fellows) --> 2 VPs on that: 1. they reflect student perspective/ sounding board; 2. they are the high engaged students you want
value of Fellows is greater than the student:
online comm: ok
researchers: ok
there are overused words, like bootcamp
the secret sauce doesn't come thru
what you'll learn by doing: seems where the core should be - decouple it: this is what you'll experience and this what you'll learn - table or zig zag (zig zag connotes progress) - DO - LEARN
(HEAR RECORDING AROUND 33 MIN)


Ideas:
I tried to explain my model of experiential model: deeply experiential, iterative, reflective component
the core of this is an experience
idea (me): write a white paper


Questions:



Other:
behind the scenes: that means you are going to open and take a meta moment - OK - that seems like an extra - doesn't feel like core (should not be on top), unless ths is the fundamental way you will do this - also the phrase "behind the scenes" connotes being extra - give you an experience and also step back and take you thru what took to create it, unpack the experience -
multiple loops learning


Cost:


Faculty Fellows
First reaction:


Like/love:


Changes:



Ideas:



Questions:


Other:


Cost:


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Ludovic - 081915
Industry Bootcamp
First reaction:
more lightweight
is this before start or at the first days of internship?

Like/love:
format is interesting, esp. for bigger companies who have a structure (for instance google - summer of code) they have hundreds of interns coming

Changes:


Ideas:
a lightweight way of providing a network opp for all the students participating in the program


Questions:
increase workload for the students? H: parallel with UIF


Other:
some companies already have sth --> how to address more traditional companies? the basic bootcamp might be attractive and not too disruptive for some, and there might be companies that still find that the bootcamp is disruptive as is
send him website/brochure when we have it ready/updated to share with those managing the internships (in NY)

Cost:
$1K: basic bootcamp - but if the company wants to contribute specific content they could pay more to customize extra sessions (issues of confidentiality, but it may be a good thing for the company)

First reaction:
duration is only 6 weeks? or follow on? H: we imagine online + in-person at Stanford before internship begins
structure for helping interns be successful --> makes a lot of sense


Like/love:
like the collaborative aspect

Changes:


Ideas:
learn from school programs how the companies reach out to students


Questions:
who pays? student or company?
is for students who already have offering?

Other:
internship programs can really vary across sectors of the company
for some companies, are looking for 6 months or more (me: SAP; truly common in europe), for those makes sense; for the ones that do shorter, it might not work / study about internship programs in the US?
undergraduate internships, MBA internships
can add value
would have to tweak format for the type of internship
in europe internships are longer and linked to a curriculum (me:
study-work programs vs internship - look at MFP
), company pays
mentioned another type of internship I couldn't hear
highly dependent on company
is this for a small or large group of interns? asking this because you have this group of bright students and companies would be interested in the resumes --> it was not clear to him who would pick the students
independent of duration, compa nies might want ot put interns in more challenging roles, and this program would be useful

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Omar - 081915
Faculty - Teaching
UIF - Global
First reaction:
a bit expensive
sending 1-2 teacher (even 5): not a way to have an impact --> H: train the trainer model? O: have to think more
looks
same as the STVP faculty fellows (even if they understand the difference)

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First reaction:
we could right away propose a team it seems
this is what we discussed, but what was new is the descriptions of the fellows projects

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conversation with ANII (Omara Barreneche and Fernando Brun, current president):
one of the president ideas is an undergrad program redesign in engineering schools (very traditional program, students drop out, very few eng graduates)
this program fits into that; anii would support, but need institutional engagement, not just a few students
one or more teams from different universities

Cost:
feasible - anii is willing to support
is lodging included?

this was more about the UIF program fit with UMD
faculty is needed
Industry Bootcamp
Industry Innovation Fellows
First reaction:
this is the most interesting to me (still don't know if talking about this or industry bootcamp)
come from coop school (kettering) - students do internships for most of their studies- profs visit coops - some companies are very strategic in their use of interns

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desperate need

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coop consortiums (he mentioned going to a conference in Chicago)
coops had hay day in 80s' then decreased in 2005 (cultural change?) - sort of coming back now
http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/internship-programs
get a consortium of companies (or did he say schools) behind it - Rick Miller has been working with the National Consortium of Competitiveness (sp?) - it's not big $

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KEEN has often subsidized (50%) cost of internship

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First reaction:
this is such a low risk effort... cost of coming to SV and all that, but of course not having face to face... I'm a little skeptical (big on f2f), but at same time worth a try

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supply/demand: keen works on supply / demand side: they don't have a cohesive voice - need to work on that side

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didn't happen
Russ - 092015
First reaction:
who are you trying to talk to? "maximize impact of your best prospects" -- not clear who "your"refers to - talking to hiing managers or HR or interns supervisors

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help them navigate the corporate environment --> should be the headlines, or more organizationally savvy


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First reaction:
have same questions - don't know how this is for... assuming for HR people
"Industry Innovation": think of research and dev, new products/services, NOT developing the organizational savvy - words that are distracting

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From BMC: Value Proposition: Double the number of interns who are considered desirable hires by better preparing students for their internship experience.

Possible alternative: reduce number of hours that mentor/hiring manager spends training interns


Our product helps hiring managers who want to hire better interns by reducing the amount of time and increasing the organizational savvy

In the MVP: Not "bootcamp" - Lead with "Do you want more competent interns? People who n hit the ground running?"

Work-study/ Coop experience?
-he can see students would want an edge, but not sure students can afford it?







Dean Chang - 082015
Faculty Fellows
Faculty - Teaching
First reaction:
Great! This is kind of what I had in mind! (he asked for this when talking about the Faculty Fellows MVP)

Like/love:
it's clear it's very experiential, jump in and do - very cool!

Changes:
"as I'm reading, I know what that is (eg, facilitating, debriefing)", but language might need to be tweaked for the first-timers non-initiated

Ideas:
If there were some ready made (not right word) lessons they ould take back and apply (me idea: not be so freeform in their first delivery)
H: should it be for first timers? D: yeah (the fac they sent to d.boot were)

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the 3 faculty who came to d.bootcamp might not be aware of UIF, and they could help identify new UIFs

Cost:
who knows if this is the right price point, but if I could send 2.5 number of people than I sent d.bootcamp (they sent 3 people at 10K)

First reaction:
this makes the faculty participation official (before it was encouraged only)
definitely sounds interesting and intriguing- all this wonderful things UIF do
what is the online training about?

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there would be value in meeting other fac sponsors
more official vs optional

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H: elements of the online training you'd like to see? D: I thought the d.school bootcamp was pretty awesome and it seems UIF get a miniversion of that, if that can be done online or in person

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8/20
First reaction:
i think this is trying to address sth you heard from recruiters about hires who can make an impact right away - companies foot the bill - interns would be primd to jump in and be much more impactful

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I like this (and I'm not the target demographic), but wonder if CSR is the first thing employers would want to address - I understand is the process you are going after

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unclear how this works (any one company can send up to 5? how do the teams work?)
type/scope of project (hear recording at 19 min)

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this is an online version of the other? shorter (3 weeks)
more curious from the (I-Corps) process standpoint?

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(the distinction of fellowship vs bootcamp did not come across)
it would come down to budget and what's the pool of people I'm considering for this

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