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DSI Reflecting on Summer 2022’s Community Design for Leaders Course

Projects

Clo.

by Hannah Phang and Bruno Silva

“Clo is a clothing sharing platform for college age women that uses borrowing to reduce the consumption of new clothes.”

Clutter Capsule

by Juno Lee

“Clutter Capsule is a service that helps people realize they don’t need (or even want) everything they have.”

Come Together Birmingham

by Rachel Dixon

“Come Together Birmingham is dedicated to improving race relations in Birmingham, Alabama, and it explores how healing and reconciliation from segregation and Jim Crow can be achieved through open dialogue and creativity.”

Comedere

by Jenn Emmons

“I am creating a consumer product for low-income working Mexicans to acquire healthier and better eating habits through 5 minute breakfasts.”

Common Bond

Lauren Gardner (2016) and Caroline McAndrews (2016)

“A method for educators to engage parents in protecting diversity, both in and out of the classroom.”

Common Ground Convention

by Ruchika Muchhala

“Design a framework to bring together community members from opposing sides of the tracking debate, so that they can identify their shared concerns and make decisions for their community on common grounds.”

CommonJane

Corinne Reynolds, Danielle Shepard & Mary Beth Lumley (2019) A digital community organizer that equips citizens with the proven tools and expertise of professional activists – turning them into instruments of change. Process Paper: (PDF)

Community Conservation: Creating Connection Through Closure

Community Conservation: Creating Connection Through Closure Leah Brown Green spaces are important for thriving communities. This is particularly true in New York City, and evermore necessary in a time of COVID-19. By closing East River Park, a 57.5 acre waterfront park along the East River in Lower Manhattan for climate resiliency, the individuals and communities…

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Compostal

by Kyle Calian and Amer Jandali

“A bike-operated compost pickup service that enables those living in urban areas to divert their organic waste from the landfill.”

Condoms 101 Project

Yuwen Wang, Xujun Wang (2019) A new conversation of condom-use for gay men in Beijing colleges that will overcome the current stigma and encourage safety. Process Paper: (PDF)

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