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Innovation

  • Areas of Study:

  • Advertising

  • Art

  • Art History

  • Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

  • Communication Studies

  • Creative Computation

  • Dance

  • Film and Media Arts

  • Journalism

  • Music

  • Theatre

  • The Movement:

  • The Meadows Prize

  • Center of Creative Computation

  • Center for Art and Urbanism

  • National Center for Arts Research

  • Minors in Arts Entrepreneurship and Arts Management are available for all majors

  • FACE: First-Year Arts Community Experience

Innovation

Impact

Entrepreneurship


What is happening

What is Happening?

Public concerns about the costs of higher education are mounting and generating calls for greater transparency and evidence of value. Claims that college students are not learning bolster that critique. Cheaper online alternatives provide powerful competition. Governments at all levels provide less support for students and universities. Many think of university education only in terms of its immediate provision of job skills. Certificates and badges vie to replace the broader (and more expensive) credential provided by a bachelor’s degree.


Innovation

Extinction occurs when the overspecialized species is confronted with an evolutionary event with which its specialization cannot cope.R. Buckminster Fuller


The rate of disruptive innovation

The rate of disruptive innovation

The changes in the next 25 years will be far greater that the last 100.


Convergence

Convergence

With these rings Nicholas Negroponte made the case for the creation of the Media Lab at MIT.

From The Media Lab (1987) by Stewart Brand


Post 2000 convergence some examples

Post 2000 Convergence – some examples

  • iTunes U

  • More than 1,200 colleges are using iTunes U

  • 1,200 K-12 “schools and districts” are using it

  • There are 2,500 public courses in use and “thousands” of private courses

  • Some courses have more than 250,000 enrolled in them

  • Access is available to students in 30 countries

  • About 60 percent of iTunes U app downloads come from outside the U.S.


The next convergence

The Next Convergence

National Science Foundation and Department of Commerce (2002)


Innovation

Extinction occurs when the overspecialized species is confronted with an evolutionary event with which its specialization cannot cope.R. Buckminster Fuller


Innovation

Extinction occurs when the overspecialized species is confronted with an evolutionary event with which its specialization cannot cope.R. Buckminster Fuller

Is it an inevitability ?


An existential question

is one that addresses the foundations of existence: meaning and purpose

An Existential Question

Extinction: Is it an inevitability?


Innovation

There is absolutely no inevitability as long as there is a willingness to contemplate what is happening.

from Marshall McLuhan's The Medium is the Massage (1967)


Contemplation

Contemplation

  • the action of looking thoughtfully at something for a long time

  • deep reflective thought

  • a calm, lengthy, intent consideration

  • (in Christian spirituality) a form of prayer or meditation in which a person seeks to pass beyond mental images and concepts to a direct experience of the divine


Reboot the mission

Reboot the mission

  • Pull back to core values and move forward/experiment/innovate from there.

  • Prepare students to engage in their communities.


Reboot the mission1

Reboot the mission

  • Pull back to core values and move forward/experiment/innovate from there.

  • Prepare students to engage in their communities.

  • Prepare students to be entrepreneurs who can adapt to change.

  • Recognize that our students are not nouns, they are verbs.


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