Are you interested in working with students from other disciplines on creating solutions for pressing social problems? Would you like to get more experience engaging in a design process with real-world potential? Come join us for the design jam – Electronic Waste.

The Problem: Electronic waste, or e-Waste, is the fastest growing waste stream in the country. e-Waste often contains hazardous materials that adversely affect the environment. What tools, resources, and policies could inspire behavior change to interrupt the cycle of electronic waste?

The Challenge: Design a tool or process to inspire behavior change to interrupt the cycle of electronic waste.

Join in being part of the solution on Friday, Sept. 14th from 1:30 pm – 5 pm in North Quad Room 2435. Food will be provided.

Register here by Sept. 12th. Registration is limited to 70 participants.

Sponsored by the School of Public Health, the Center for Socially Engaged Design, and the School of Information.