The University of Sydney has introduced Sydney Concepts at Westmead, a series of conversations between the university and Westmead precinct staff, students, researchers and practitioners.
The series aims to foster knowledge sharing and collaborative opportunities, with an emphasis on innovative approaches.
The first session on Friday looked at design as an increasingly valuable tool for driving innovation and disrupting industries. Speakers Dr Erez Nusem and Associate Prof Cara Wrigley from the School of Architecture, Design & Planning discussed the role of design and the opportunities it presents to transform healthcare.
Sydney Concepts at Westmead is on every Friday in the Westmead Education and Conference Centre (WECC) level 1 Huddle from 11.30am-12pm.
This Friday’s session will have the Dean of the Sydney Conservatorium of Music Professor Anna Reid.
Prof. Reid will discuss ‘The importance of ephemeral and intangible activity’.
For more information and to register visit: https://sydneyconceptswestmead.eventbrite.com.au