For Fall 2021, we will be continuing our theme, For Whom? By Whom? Designs for Belonging, first launched in the Spring of 2019. This series investigates design’s exclusions and invites guests to discuss the ways their work examines ideas around inclusivity. Learn more about the series here.
Each guest will be joining us virtually through Zoom’s Webinar feature, with audience questions taken at the end of each lecture. Most lectures in this series are recorded, and available to watch within a week of the event. All video links will be posted to this page once available.
CART live captioning is available during the talk. Captioning services will be provided for the post-recording as well. For other access requests, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All Design Conversations talks are free and open to the public.
September 24, 2021: Liz Gerber
Co-Founder of the Center for Human Computer Interaction
12pm – 1pm PST
Liz Gerber is Co-Founder and C0-Director of the Center for Human Computer Interaction + Design and Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Communication Studies. She is the faculty founder of Design for America, a network of social innovators. Gerber works at the intersection of design, social computing, and organizational behavior to understand the future of collaboration. Gerber co-directs the Delta Lab whose mission is to create technology-based systems to enhance learning, collaboration, and performance. Gerber has received awards for her research and teaching from the National Science Foundation, Joyce, MacArthur, Watson, and Mozilla Foundations, Microsoft, Smithsonian, and Adobe. Her work has been featured in such venues as the Wall Street Journal, NPR, ABC, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and Fast Company. Gerber completed her M.S. in Product Design, Mechanical Engineering and Ph.D. in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford.
Photo courtesy of Lisa Beth Anderson
Past Speakers in this series:
Bess Williamson, Spring 2021
Ahmed Ansari, Spring 2021
Bryce Johnson, Fall 2020
Benjamin Earl Evans, Fall 2020
Leah Buechley, Fall 2020
Aza Raskin, Fall 2019
Mario Ballesteros, Fall 2019
Claire Evans, Fall 2019
Dori Tunstall, Spring 2019
August de los Reyes, Spring 2019
Jodi Forlizzi, Spring 2019
Ellen Pao, Spring 2019