USC University Club
705 W., 34th St, University of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089
Wednesday, June 15th
5:00pm - 6:30 pm
Complimentary parking upon showing the Global Workshop parking pass, which will be emailed to you after registering for this event.

We suggest that you park at the Jefferson Parking Structure D. Enter at Gate 4 at Jefferson Blvd. and Royal St.

Walking directions to the University Club:
Exit the southwest corner of Parking Structure D and head west on W 34th St. Pass the Montgomery Ross Fisher Building on the right. The University Club at King Stoops Hall is the next building on the right.

In today's globalized world, there is an increasing demand for leaders to demonstrate creative thinking and produce innovative solutions to complex issues. But how can you practically apply these broad concepts in pursuing your goals?
Join IVCLA Wednesday, June 15th , in partnership with the USC Rossier School of Education, and take part in a creativity and innovation workshop led by Robert A. Filback, Ph.D. to develop practical strategies to unleash your innovative potential!

In this workshop, participants will:
  • Dispel some common myths about creativity
  • Learn a framework to better understand what everyday creativity looks like
  • Try out practical strategies related to asking questions and observing
  • Self reflect on ways they can integrate creative problem solving into their context
This one-hour workshop will be followed by time to connect and network with IVCLA young professionals, IVCLA members, and guests over appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages at the University Club.

Dr. Rob Filback is Associate Professor of Clinical Education and Co-Chair of the Global Executive Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) program. He serves as a coordiantor for the Master's of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (MAT TESOL). His current research focus is on online teaching and course design and on innovations in online language teaching and online teacher training. He teaches courses in TESOL foundations, course design, field practicum, and teaching in an international and intercultural context.