I envision a world where all women have access to the social and economic resources we need to create a more inclusive economy. Whether you are a stay at home mom or a CEO, being a woman in the 21st century should mean having options. Clockwork leverages the changing work environment to address the still persistent leadership and income gap between men and women and creates infrastructure that addresses the unmet needs of working women.
In partnership with: Meg Glasser, Laura Weidman, Sophie Stenbeck
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More about 2012 MA in Social Design Thesis Show
Living and working in East Baltimore, students in the M.A. in Social Design are challenged to explore the designer’s role and responsibility in society, produce new ways of thinking, facilitate new institutional collaborations, utilize design to bring about social change and develop contexts in which their ideas can be sustained. The program implements a project-based curriculum emphasizing learning by doing; extensive studio and field experience create opportunities to work on collaborative, issue-based projects with a variety of disciplines, organizations and community members. The thesis show provides a first-hand look at the innovative approaches and ideas for positively impacting our communities.