Monthly Archives: March 2012

Oklahoma ArtScience Prize Teams Make Project Presentations

On Thursday, March 8th, the six teams of Oklahoma ArtScience Prize (OK ASP) students made initial presentations to the jury in the Goldman Room at Science Museum Oklahoma. The jury consisted of: Dr. John Barthell – Dean of College of Science and Mathematics at UCO Dr. Bill Pink – Vice-President of Academic Affairs at OSU@OKC

How Creativity Works, From Nietzsche to Jonah Lehrer

  by MARIA POPOVA – Maria Popova is the editor of Brain Pickings, a curated inventory of miscellaneous interestingness. She writes for Wired UK and GOOD, and spends a shameful amount of time on Twitter. Article from The Atlantic   Breaking down the science behind our least-understood thought process In his 1878 book, Human, All Too Human: A Book for Free Spirits, Nietzsche observed:

'Imagine' That: Fostering Creativity In The Workplace

NPR Listen to the Story Beethoven would try as many as 70 different versions of a musical phrase before settling on the right one. But other great ideas seem to come out of the blue. Bob Dylan, for example, came up with the lyrics to the chorus for “Like a Rolling Stone” soon after telling

It's All About Creativity

by John M. Eger - The Huffington Post Professor of Communications and Public Policy and Director of the Creative Economy Initiative at San Diego State University   Tom Torlakson, the California State Superintendent of Education, convenes the first of several meetings in Coronado later this month to talk about “how the arts and creative education can transform

5 Ways to Raise Your Creative Potential

By JOE WILNER – Psych Central   More than ever, creativity is a valuable asset for getting ahead in your career and standing out from the crowd. For some people, creativity comes naturally, but for other, more left-brained individuals, creativity can be a struggle and an uncommon occurrence. If we aren’t engaging in creative hobbies, like

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