Where: Greater Cleveland Area
Upcoming Workshop: Starts April 5, 2017; additional workshops will be scheduled throughout the year based on demand.
Instructors: Great Lakes Biomimicry team, and faculty from The University of Akron’s Biomimicry Research and Innovation Center and the Cleveland Institute of Art
Learning Objective: This technical training and practice uses a real-world and original design challenge so participants can become leaders in using biomimicry design thinking for innovation in their organization.
Target Audience: An organization’s biomimicry advocates, practitioners and specialists who have completed Fundamentals of Biomimicry or equivalent training.
Session Format: Eight sessions (a mix of full and half days) including in-person and electronic synchronous/asynchronous instruction/mentoring in solving a real-world and original design challenge.
Cost: $4,000 per participant; special non-profit, government and student rate is $3,200 per participant; groups of 2 or more receive 20% off
Registration: Contact Trisha Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-233-1694.
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