d.school Pop-Up Class Application: Winter 2016
With this application, you can apply to multiple d.school pop-up classes.

We recommend being judicious in selecting which pop-up classes to apply to. Applying to all Pop-Ups may actually hurt more than help your chances of getting in because teaching teams are unable to discern your interest in their individual class.

Admissions decisions are made by individual teaching teams. If you have questions about the application process or pop-up classes in general, please email tania@dschool.stanford.edu.

DEADLINE: Sunday December 6, 11:59pm

First Name *
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Last Name *
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Email Address *
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SUID Number *
The number on your Stanford ID card right above your photo. If you do not have an SUID, enter [N/A]
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Gender *
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What degree are you working on at Stanford? *
If you are currently pursuing more than one degree, please select all that applies. If you are a fellow, staff, or are affiliated in another way, select [Other] and indicate the fellowship, program, or affiliation. If you are an undeclared undergraduate student, select Undeclared.
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What school are you enrolled in at Stanford? *
If you are currently enrolled in more than one school, please select all that apply. If you are a fellow, staff, or are affiliated in another way, select [Other] and indicate the fellowship, department, or affiliation. If you are an undeclared undergraduate student, select Undeclared.
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If you're in a program within your degree, what program are you in?
e.g. Learning, Design and Technology; Earth Systems; Human-Computer Interaction
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For each Pop-up you want to apply to, please select the checkbox AND write a short response.
Awkward Space Makeshop: On Campus
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Awkward Space Makeshop: On Campus?
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Building Your Negotiation Skills with Applied Improv
In 75 words or less please tell us about your negotiation training or experience, and why you want to take this class.
Your answer
Change that has a Chance
Why is co-designing with implementers and other stakeholders interesting and/or important to you?
Your answer
Crash Solving a Non-Profit's Crisis
This class will attempt to unravel a large, messy, mission-level problem for a small, local non-profit. The results will be hard to measure and may or may not ever be implemented. The organization we will deal with may well be fragmented, underfunded, and generally lost. Tell us why all of that interests you.
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Conditioning for Creative Teams
In 75 words or less, why does your team want to take this class? Please list your teammates names. *Note: Team may be broadly interpreted (sports teams, colleagues, lab mates, etc.)
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Dating, Diet & Sleep: Design at the Disconnect
Please tell a story about a change you made in your life relating to dating, diet or sleep.
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Designing Human Scale Cities
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Designing Human Scale Cities?
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Early Education Systems
Tell us about your experience in the education field, and specifically for kids under five. (This is not a requirement, but a plus.) Also, why do you want to take this class?
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Improv & Design: Mindsets for Collaboration
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Improv & Design: Mindsets for Collaboration?
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Project Joy: Designing delight into the workplace
In 75 words or less, tell us the story of your most recent, truly joyful experience and tell us about your most recent work environment.
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Redesigning Stanford Emergency Department's Patient Experience
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Redesigning Stanford Emergency Department's Patient Experience?
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Research as Design: Redesign Your Research Process
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Research as Design: Redesign Your Research Process?
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Rethinking Purpose Prequel : Solve for Happy
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Rethinking Purpose Prequel : Solve for Happy?
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Testing at Scale: The sports fan experience
Please submit something (any medium) that highlights your experiences at a sports/entertainment event in the last five years. Should be digestible in less than 2 minutes. Can be a photo, video, bullets, brief description, social media examples or anything else you deem appropriate. Send to wbullard@gmail.com and aortiz@stanford.edu
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The Curiosity Advantage: Developing curiosity to ignite creativity
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take The Curiosity Advantage: Developing curiosity to ignite creativity?
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Why Should I Wear This? Prototyping Human-Centered Value Propositions for Wearables
In 75 words or less, why do you want to take Why Should I Wear This? Prototyping Human-Centered Value Propositions for Wearables?
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Pledge of Attendance
If my application is accepted and I decide to enroll in a pop-up class, I pledge to attend all class sessions. I understand that by failing to attend all sessions of a pop-up class that I have enrolled in, I am jeopardizing my chances of being admitted to a d.school class in the future. *
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