Engaging Underserved Students Through Human-Centered Design
Recorded On: 02/22/2021
Join this session for an innovative approach for engaging students in campus recreation through human centered design (HCD). HCD engages participants from the start of the session and places them at the center of an innovative problem-solving design process. HCD focuses on people’s programs, goals, needs, thinking, emotions and behavior in order to create effective design solutions to complex problems that we see as recreation professionals. Join TJ for an informative and motivational session that introduces you to the main themes of HCD to where we can begin brainstorming solutions to today’s biggest issues in campus recreation.
1. Describe the framework of human-centered design.
2. Describe how to get a human-centered design project started at their institution.
3. Articulate how to solve a challenge with a human-centered design.
Human Resources Management
0.5 NIRSA CEUs
Assistant Director - Facilities and Aquatics
Colorado State University-Fort Collins
TJ received his Masters Degree in Kinesiology and Health promotion with a dual degree in Environment and Natural Resources from the University of Wyoming. He has been in the Campus Recreation field since 2014. He was the Graduate Assistant for Operations at University of Wyoming, Programs Coordinator at Arizona State University, Facilities Coordinator at Colorado State University, and now Assistant Director for Facilities and Aquatics at Colorado State University. Outside of Campus Recreation, TJ enjoys relaxing with his two pet pigs, Gordon and Hamlet.
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