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Ebola Design Charette Outcomes

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January 19 – February 19, 2015


In-person Event



Open to the public
Free of charge

The Ebola Design Charette, held at Stamps January 16 — 18, brought together experts, professionals and students from across the university and industry to generate new design solutions specific to the Ebola outbreak. A wide array of smart, often deceptively simple inventions and designs for improving the procedures around Ebola healthcare was generated – from glove removal devices, to an Ebola survivors radio, to an innovative way to allow an embrace between a caregiver and a patient. 

The teams’ innovative design outcomes are on display along the Stamps first floor West corridor through February 19.

The Intersections program displays artwork by Stamps faculty and students in the Art & Architecture Building’s corridor display cases.