Monthly Archives: May 2012

Creative Oklahoma Announces South Korean Researcher to Help Develop Oklahoma Innovation Index

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. (May 31, 2012) – Flora Hyunjung Cho has joined the Creative Oklahoma team as an intern for the summer of 2012. She is a M. Ed. student in interdisciplinary studies in Educational Administration and Early Childhood Education at Idaho State University. Cho is originally from Ulsan, South Korea and researches creativity in

Richard Florida Is Wrong About Creative Cities

By Adam Ozimek, Forbes This is the claim in Enrico Moretti’s new book ”The New Geography of Jobs”. This book is excellent, I strongly recommend it. I could write dozens of blog posts about this book, and indeed I think I will write several. But one interesting argument he makes is that Richard Florida is wrong that making

Opinion: Academia Suppresses Creativity

By Fred Southwick | The Scientist By discouraging change, universities are stunting scientific innovation, leadership, and growth. Creativity enhances life. It enables the great thinkers, artists, and leaders of our world to continually push forward new concepts, new forms of expression and new ways to improve every facet of our existence. The creative impulse is of

Why Oklahoma?

From Ideas to Action

By The Creativity Post The Creativity Post:  The Creative Education Foundation is called “the Center for Applied Imagination”, could you tell us more where that description is coming from? The founder of CEF, Alex F. Osborn, wrote a book in 1953 called “Applied Imagination” which was considered the seminal work in the area of results-oriented creative thinking.

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