My new friend Emi Kolawole, editor-in-residence at the d.school, did a great job of capturing the vibe and the understandings that took place during a workshop on Tuesday, Sept. 16 for fellows here on campus this year. Head here for her writeup, including what it means to “flare” and why being “marooned” is not a good thing, either when it comes to maritime travel or to metaphorical thinking.
And there is a Stanford link: Diane Boulay (her bio below is from the UNESCO site above).
Diane Boulay is currently responsible for the day-to-day activities of UNESCO’s project on “Developing Literacy through Mobile Phones – Empowering Women and Girls”, within the ICT in Education team. Prior to UNESCO, Diane worked as project manager on higher education policy at the Bertelsmann Foundation’s Centre for Higher Education in Germany, on risk governance and science policy at the International Risk Governance Council in Switzerland, and as a world language teacher in the United States. Diane is a graduate from Stanford University in International Educational Administration and Policy Analysis.