Thinking Outside the Bubble: Project-Based Learning in the 21st Century with Derek Ouyang





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Published on Oct 9, 2014

What shapes the education of a Stanford undergraduate? In this talk, graduate student Derek Ouyang shares his experience as the project manager for the Stanford Solar Decathlon in 2013. Students across disciplines built something amazing, and he's now focused on creating similar experiences in a new project-based course.

Derek Ouyang, ’13, MS ’15, was the project manager of Stanford Solar Decathlon in 2013 and is currently a graduate student in structural engineering & geomechanics. He graduated from Stanford University in 2013 with dual bachelor’s degrees in civil engineering and architectural design, and will return in the fall for a master’s in structural engineering. He was project manager of Stanford’s first-ever entry to the U.S. DOE’s 2013 Solar Decathlon and has been featured as an up-and-coming architect in the Los Angeles Times, in Home Energy magazine’s “30 under 30” and at TEDxStanford. He is now keeping himself busy as co-founder of Cloud Architecture, a young architectural practice working on projects all around the world.

This Stanford+Connects micro lecture was filmed on location in New York, New York. Stanford+Connects is a program of the Stanford Alumni Association.
Watch, learn and connect: https://stanfordconnects.stanford.edu/


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