Innovation Feast: Eat.Think.Design. Project Showcase
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
Innovation Feast is the project showcase for the UC Berkeley course Eat.Think.Design.
Twenty-five UC Berkeley graduate students from 15 academic programs using design methods to address big challenges in food and food systems. Project partners include the City of San Francisco, Partners in Health (Navajo Nation), the Clinton Health Access Initiative (Uganda), Revolution Foods, and City Harvest (NYC).
Our course is supported by the Blum Center for Developing Economies, the Global Center for Food Systems Innovation at Michigan State University, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the School of Public Health, and the Cal Design Lab.
To learn more about Eat.Think.Design. and how we are creating connections between innovation and health visit our course site: innovate.berkeley.edu
About Innovation Feast
Eight student teams will present their work to a public audience. We will structure the event to allow time for meaningful interaction among the guests, and between the guests and students. And of course, there will be food.
Location: Innovation Feast will be held at room 105 in North Gate Hall. North Gate Hall is the home of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and is located near the intersection of Euclid and Hearst, on the north side of campus. This is what the building looks like.
Please enter North Gate Hall Room 105, as shown here, along Haviland Road.
BART: North Gate Hall is a 15-minute walk from Downtown Berkeley BART.
Parking: Two-hour, metered street parking is available on Euclid, Hearst, and other nearby streets. Meters are active until 6:00pm. There are also a limited number of paid spots available to the public in the Lower Hearst Parking Structure. Please pay close attention to signs in that garage. Only certain spots are available to the public and it is metered 24 hours a day.