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Carly Ginsberg is a student at Barnard College of Columbia University. She's passionate about transforming and redesigning the education system through progressive and artistic avenues....
Eathan Janney is a Ph.D. student in Biology (Neuroscience) at the Graduate Center. A pianist and composer, he has studied jazz at Rutgers University, and incorporates his musical...
Critical Neuroscience probes the extent to which discussion of neuroscience—in ethical debates, policy texts, commercial and clinical projects—matches the achievements and potential of...
Allison Stieger is a mythologist, author and teacher who is passionately interested in creativity and the intersection between myth and innovation. She is the founder of the Joseph...
Catharine Alvarez, PhD studied applied mathematics at the University of California, Berkeley. She is currently home schooling her two children while independently studying psychology and...
Kate Arms-Roberts is a creativity coach, theatre artist, writer, and explorer of new artistic media. She is on a mission to bring beauty and meaning to the world, grounded in an Ethic of...
Mark A. Smith Ph.D.
Mark A. Smith (IQMindware.com) is a cognitive scientist with a joint PhD in cognitive psychology and neuroscience from the Center of the Neural Basis of Cognition (Carnegie...
Dr. John Baer
Dr. John Baer is a professor at Rider University. His research on the development of creativity and his teaching have both won national awards, including the American Psychological...
Jordan Bates is an English teacher in South Korea who loves reading novels and spending time in the woods. He's also a writer and generally curious fellow who'd like the world to think a...
Dr. Mark Batey
Dr Batey is a creativity researcher, Chairman of the Psychometrics at Work Research Group and R&D Director of E-METRIXX. Joint Chair of the Psychometrics at Work Research Group at...
Jeffrey Paul Baumgartner
Jeffrey has led an eclectic life rich in experience, including... A degree in fine arts in London. Being an artist. Certification to teach English as a foreign language. Teaching in...
I am a cognitive scientist interested in how the brain and body support success - on the playing field, in the classroom, and in boardroom - and why, when the stakes are highest, we...
Lisa Bodell is the founder and CEO of futurethink, an internationally recognized innovation research and training firm that helps businesses embrace change and become world-class...
James H. Borland
James Borland is Professor of Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, where he directs the programs in the education of gifted students. Dr. Borland is the author of numerous...
Justin Brady is a writer and speaker focused on cultivating creativity. He founded the Iowa Creativity Summit and lives in Des Moines, where he owns Test of Time Design, a meaningful...
David Burkus is the author of The Myths of Creativity: The Truth About How Innovative Companies and People Generate Great Ideas. He serves as assistant professor of management at the...
Creative Education Foundation
The Creative Education Foundation is a non-profit organization in the field of creativity theory and practice. Founded by Alex Osborn, an adman and educator, who invented brainstorming and...
Mark Changizi is a theoretical neurobiologist, and has struggled with creativity both as a scientist trying to remain creative, and as a scientist trying to understand creativity. His...
Paula Chesley is a linguist at the University of Alberta in Canada, where she spends a lot of time thinking about words. How we create new words, how we process words in the brain, and how...
Barry R. Clarke
Daily Telegraph Puzzlist. I have always followed my own star, pursued what inspires me, without much concern for personal wealth and profit. I am very project-orientated, with an obsessive...
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