*Abbreviations under the "Available" column: A = Available // NA = Not Available // R = Previously Registered // WL = Currently on the Wait List
Inspiring, Innovative Ideas, and Insights Vol. III
This course is for curious souls who desire to engage with others about provocative, powerful, and promising prototypes and practices that will shape the future. We will view and discuss 20-minute curated presentations recorded at Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) conferences held at international and local venues over the past 30 years. Three TEDtalks videos will be shown at each session, followed by interactive classroom discussion. Themes for our weekly conversations are based on the following TED-curated or instructor-created video playlists: “Innovative Houses, Machines, and Movies,” “The Emerging Trust-based Economy,” “Super Nerdy Talks About Sports,” “Inspiring Rebel Designers,” “Art Made of Unusual Stuff,” and “Jaw-dropping Bionics, Printing, and Sensors.”
Lew White is a retired Air Force officer and ex-IBMer who has lived in Staunton since 2000. During his 22-year military career he held various technical and project-management positions in space/electronics systems acquisition, test, and operations. During his 16-year IBM career he was detached to NASA’s JSC Mission Operations Directorate Training Division where he developed and delivered flight computer technical training courses for Space Station flight and ground crews. He has MS and BS engineering degrees and has completed many military and technical professional courses.
|B70||Lewis White||Apr 19, 26, May 3, 10, 17, 24||We||10:00-11:30 a.m.||The R. R. Smith Center||A|