‘Senior Design Challenge’ fosters collaboration

The Dartmouth

October 13, 2017

"This Tuesday, the application for the new course, 'Senior Design Challenge' went live on its website," writes The Dartmouth. "Taught by design thinking lecturer Eugene Korsunskiy, 'Senior Design Challenge' is a two-term capstone course available to seniors this winter and spring. With an expected class of 20 seniors, the course will sort students from a variety of academic backgrounds into interdisciplinary teams to design solutions to real-world challenges, Korsunskiy said.

"'Senior Design Challenge' is one of seven projects that were awarded one-year pilot funding for this academic year through a Dartmouth Center for the Advancement of Learning’s experiential learning seed grant. Since fall 2015, DCAL has sponsored over 30 experiential learning programs. This year, it received project submissions from 20 divisions and departments at the College."

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