In the quest to develop practical solutions to the world’s problems, this school doesn’t really have classrooms. Instead, there are clusters of discussion and activity. Its walls are covered in massive sheets of white paper, design sketches, and countless Post-it notes.
At the Stanford Institute of Design, public-policy wonks mix with computer scientists, engineers, and med students all pushing each other to innovate. The program measures success by how its students improve lives in the developing world.
(READ the article in CS Monitor)