Tacoma, WA, USA

Global Innovation & Design Lab at University of Washington Tacoma

Hub Co-Chairs:

Enrique Reynoso, Jr. is an Assistant Teaching Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at the University of Washington-Bothell. His research is primarily situated at the intersection of globalization and marginalized populations, including migrant workers and the undocumented. In drawing together traditionally excluded users of technologies with questions about access and mobility, his research weaves together both culturally transformative technical communication and the challenges of digital spaces.
Emma J. Rose is an Associate Professor in the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at the University of Washington Tacoma with an adjunct appointment in Human Centered Design & Engineering at University of Washington Seattle. Her research focuses on participatory and human-centered design approaches to engage communities in the design process. She teaches courses on user experience, innovation and design, and technical communication. She is Past Chair of SIGDOC.

Tacoma Hub Schedule

This is a tentative schedule and is contingent on COVID-19 protocols at the time of the event. All attendees are required to adhere to UW guidelines related to COVID 19. Attendees will be given more information upon RSVP.

7:30-9:30 am – Registration and name tag pick up
8:00-9:00 am – WIDE Keynote – Broadcasted from central conference
9:00-10:00 am – Networking and introductions
10:00 -11am – Tacoma Hub Scholarly Selections: Lightning talks from scholars
11:00 – 12pm – Final rounds of SRC – Broadcasted from central conference
12:00 – 2pm – Open Lunch and/or watch SIGDOC programming
2-3pm – Industry lightning talks
3-5pm – Design challenge with students, industry, and faculty
5-7 – Networking hour at  local restaurant