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Workshops: Join us for our next workshop or request one of your own! C-SED offers workshops on a variety of topics throughout the year. We’re ready to help broaden understanding on everything from community engagement to best practices for eliciting user requirements and specifications. Learn more about workshops here.

Summer Studio: With a variety of internship opportunities, C-SED Summer Studio facilitates the transformation of cutting-edge research into design innovations that have the capacity to change the world. Learn more about Summer Studio.

Design Jams: A facilitated, iterative, interactive experience, a Design Jam walks students and stakeholders through a design process aimed at generating creative ideas around real-world challenges. Learn more about Design Jams.

Innovation in Action: This 5-month interdisciplinary program gives U-M student teams the room, tools, and opportunity to take on some of the world’s biggest challenges and turn ideas into solutions. Learn more about IiA here!

Socially Engaged Design Academy (SEDA): This asynchronous, virtual educational program uses an online learning block model to help students hone specific techniques of socially engaged design from prototyping to working within a new community. Explore SEDA here!

Academic Programs: If you want to make your socially engaged design part of your coursework, we have several offerings, from fieldwork to structured curricular programs! Learn more about Academic Programs.

C-SED Book Club: We host a book club! Stay in touch to learn about our next book club, or suggest a book! Read more about our latest chapter here.

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