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design + engineering + business + sustainability
InnovationSpace is a transformative experience, where students build the skills of the future and develop their capacity for collaboration and innovation as they produce extraordinary projects. Sign up for one of the diverse projects and work with clients, sponsors and team members from other schools in a brand new space at the Novus Innovation Center.
We’re looking for passionate, motivated students in all majors who want to do work that matters. Explore the 2020/21 projects below.
Wednesdays, 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Start from scratch to imagine, research, brand, market, design and create a museum that teaches children about STEM. For this exciting project, engineers, product designers, museum designers, education designers and marketing specialists will work together to create a science museum in a dedicated exhibit space in the new Novus building.
Mondays, 9:30 am-12:00 pm
Today, there are over 15,000 foster youth in Arizona. Twenty-four percent of them experience homelessness, and nearly 70% spend time in jail. To help youths grow into secure adults, graduate student teams will collaborate to develop solutions aimed at providing mentoring and job preparation solutions with the express intent to reduce the alarming rate of homelessness among this vulnerable population.
Monday and Wednesday, 12:15 pm-1:30 pm
In a typical 400-room hotel property, only 2 rooms are designated as American Disability Act (ADA) approved. The challenge for this project is to create a universal design that allows a vast majority, if not all, of the rooms to be used by able bodied customers as well as customers with physical limitations. Use technology, physical spaces, service design as only a place to begin. Rooms might be single designs or an electro-mechanical trigger that reconfigures the room as needed for different populations. Imagine it.
Thursday, 9:00 am -10:15 am
Work with communities and youth in South Mountain to collaboratively imagine and create a school that reduces the impact of trauma in its student’s lives. This project includes human-centered research, facilitation of creative work sessions, learning and environmental design.
Wednesday 1:45 pm- 3:30 pm
Sponsored by the Department of Defense and Intelligence Communities, this course is an opportunity to rapidly address the nation’s emerging threats and security challenges. Student opportunities include developing solutions with the potential to create real-world impact and experiencing the Lean Startup Method in preparation for future entrepreneurial or startup initiatives. Find out more information here. This project does not require an application so you can register for the course here.
Questions please contact Samantha Hiller.
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Ira. A Fulton Schools of Engineering
Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
W. P. Carey School of Business
and ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation
The InnovationSpace program provides students with a unique opportunity to complete a real-world product-development project. Using the Integrated Innovation model, teams of top undergraduate students from all majors spend one to two semesters researching, developing and refining concepts. Throughout the yearlong program student work includes:
All final deliverables are accompanied by proof-of-concept and appearance models as well as detailed Innovation Proposals. These proposals summarize user research; present a product concept; provide engineering specifications; outline a product-communication strategy; chart a comprehensive business plan; and detail a comprehensive roadmap for sustainability.
InnovationSpace is for you if you want to: