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Monday, June 27 • 9:00am - 10:30am
The Sense of Smell: A Creative Delight (Part 1)

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Please note: this is a 2-part session.
We will begin with an activity to sensitize participants to smell and its layers and vocabulary. Then we will go on a 20 minute “smell-walk”, and practice both “smell catching” and “smell hunting”, followed by a presentation of their findings. The later half of the session will be focused on exploring the smell of creativity using concept mapping and collage.
Three Key Takeaways:
  • Learn a framework and vocabulary for thinking about smell and its impact on creativity
  • An introduction to concept mapping
  • The opportunity to be creative and have fun

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Lois Frankel, Ph.D

Professor, Carleton University
As an industrial Design Professor at Carleton University since 1994, Lois has been engaged in user-centred creative problem solving in the design of products and services for people’s everyday lives, ranging from wearable computing devices to dinner ware, and many items in between... Read More →
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Eileen Harris, Ph.D

Carleton University
Eileen has loved CPSI since she first attended Springboard in 1991. Now Eileen attends Exploration track sessions and finds CPSI to be like summer camp for grown-ups. She is very funny. When she was told she was very smart, she said, "That's because I make a lot of mistakes".  She... Read More →

Monday June 27, 2022 9:00am - 10:30am EDT
Bisgrove/AC 130