Interdisciplinary Inquiry

Stanley Krippner Receives Lifetime Achievement Award From APA Division 32.

08/05/2013

Stanley Krippner may be one of the most celebrated psychologists of the 21st century.  He certainly doesn’t lack for awards.

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Encyclopedia of Creativity Named Outstanding Academic Title by the American Library Association

08/01/2013

Saybrook University is proud to announce that the second edition of the Encyclopedia of Creativity has been selected as an “Outstanding academic Title” by the American Library Association.

The selection was made by “Choice,” an ALA publication that serves as a resource to those in higher education. Less than 10 percent of the over 7,000 works considered are given this distinction.

Widely seen as the outstanding sourcebook for specialized information about creativity in all its aspects, The Encyclopedia of Creativity, now in its second edition, is edited by Dr. Mark Runco and Dr. Steven Pritzker, both internationally recognized experts in the study of creativity. Dr. Pritzker also serves as the Director of the Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University, perhaps the premier program in the field.

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Creativity on the Radio, 4/2013

04/10/2013
Radiolab

1.) Radiolab: Click here: Radiolab is a show about curiosity where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. It is hosted by Jad Abumrad and Robert Krulwich.

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Interview with Saybrook Creativity Studies Student Diana Rivera

04/10/2013
Diana Rivera

Diana Rivera is a third year student in the Masters to Ph.D Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University. She is currently working on her Master's Thesis.

Tell us a little about your background.

I am a performing artist with extensive training and professional experience in acting, writing and producing for theatre. I wrote and produced shows while I lived in San Francisco. I also use to produce visual art and entertainments events (film festivals, award programs, exhibits). At this point, I do a lot of creative writing--children’s stories, scripts for TV and film concepts that I may or may not produce in the future. I love to create collage art. Professionally, I also provide professional development coaching to creative professionals.

What made you decide to apply to the Creativity Studies program at Saybrook University?

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Call for Papers: MIC Conference 2013

04/05/2013

The MIC Conference 2013 will be held September 29 to October 1, 2013 in Bologna, Italy. The event will be held in conjunction with the celebration for the Marconi Prize 2013, the top international award for inventors in the field of Information and Communication Technologies, promoted by the Marconi Society. 

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Upcoming Event: Creative Indiana

04/05/2013
Creative Indiana

CREATIVE INDIANA LAUNCHES EVENTS FOR 2013

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Creativity, Innovation and Economy, 3/2013

04/03/2013
Carl Weins, The Wall Street Journal

1.) "The Experts: How Should Leaders Spur Innovation?" by Rosebeth Moss Kanter: Click here to read: "Leaders should get rid of the innovation stiflers—too much bureaucracy and hurdles to go through, unwillingness to support proposals unless they're sure things or loading people with so much work that they barely have time to think, let alone envision something new.

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Upcoming Conference in May, 2013

04/03/2013

Storyville: Exploring narratives of learning and teaching, the 2nd annual HEA Arts and Humanities conference, 2013

It is happening May 29- May 30, 2013. Click here for more information.

The Higher Education Academy’s second annual learning and teaching Arts and Humanities conference, ‘Storyville: Exploring narratives of learning and teaching.'

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Creativity and Education, 3/2013

03/26/2013

1.) "Before the Hole in the Wall: A Q&A with 2013 TED Prize Winner Sugata Mitra": Click here to watch: "At TED2013, Mitra invited the world to embrace child-driven learning bysetting up Self-Organized Learning Environments (SOLEs) and helping him design a learning lab in India, where children can “embark on intellectual adventures.”

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Creativity and Children, 3/2013

03/26/2013

1.) "Not Your Imagination: Kids Today Really Are Less Creative, Study Says" by Rachael Rettner: Click here to read: "It sounds like the complaint of a jaded adult: Kids these days are narrow-minded and just not as creative as they used to be. But researchers say they are finding exactly that.

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