August 19, 2012 - 6:36pm - Posted by reports

On July 29, 2012 future and current junior scientists gathered in Arlington, VA for their first interactive leadership development workshop. For many scientists in areas of computational science, it’s rare to receive the invitation to explicitly develop their leadership skills as part of their graduate and early career training. In this case, leadership development was at the fore of their workshop on Communication, Collaboration and Creativity.

July 20, 2012 - 10:49am - Posted by Raquell

I had the opportunity to see a wonderful panel on play. It was part of the business meeting of AERA 2012 Cultural Historical. If more business meetings were more often like this one, we would probably look forward to them. The room was filled with serious players.

March 19, 2012 - 9:46pm - Posted by Raquell

In talking with colleagues, do you need to know what their intent is? or can you create without it? take for example a recent conversation i had with the students and faculty of the professional science masters program at u.conn storrs.

January 27, 2012 - 2:28pm - Posted by Raquell

It's a great pleasure to write about improvscience. It is a company dedicated to both improvisation and science. I have combined the words improv and science because it is what we do. We bring improvisational theater to science.

What does that mean bringing improv to science? Well, improv is shorthand from improvisation and in this case improvisational theater. We bring the training exercises of improvisational theater to workshops and training sessions to support scientists developing in their work and their lives.


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