PBL Day is a special event for Aalto students working on global multidisciplinary community challenges.

Organised by Aalto Global Impact, the event is open for everyone. Please register through the link below!

Date: Friday, 17 January 2020 at 8:30–12:30
Venue: Aalto Design Factory/ Stage (Betonimiehenkuja 5C)


8.30 – 8.50: Welcome and introductions – Riina Subra/ Aalto Global Impact
8.50 – 9.30: New strategic priorities and political developments in East Africa – Ministry for Foreign Affairs
9.30 – 10.00: Introduction round of this year’s PBL cases and teams
10.00 -11.30: Workshop on design/participatory methods in the field – Anni Hapuoja
11.30- 12.30: Workshop on communications and teamwork in a multicultural environment – Avinash Dhital, Martina Dahm, Michel Nader Sayún

Register here: https://forms.gle/N4Ea6nb8ZaGqRbe8A

This post was written by Roope Kiviranta

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