KTech’s first “lunch and learn” of 2020 focused on design thinking
Seven panelists will explore the importance of design thinking during the Knoxville Technology Council’s first event of 2020.
The “lunch and learn” is set to begin with registration and networking at 11:15 a.m. January 29 at the Joint Institute for Advanced Materials building on the University of Tennessee’s (UT) Research Park. Panelists are Bryan Terrill, BT Design Lab; David Matthews, UT Knoxville College of Architecture and Design; Jay Morgan and Mark McComcas, both from Pedal; Justin Couch, EPAM Continuum; Katie Taylor, Radio Systems; and Patrick Hunt, Lirio.
The event wraps-up at 1 p.m. To register, click here.