Another discovery through collaborative conversations: Jane Burke’s article on Edutopia. She highlights when she brought an experienced dancer, choreographer to work with her students in chemistry. We hear in her and her student’s voices statements that are often heard when students are invited to understand science with more than abstract words.

Where improvscience will be in the next couple of months. Then onto q-bio 2013Sonoma State University and SC13.

improvscience teaches people how to take risk, listen, build as a group and discover things together. On June 23rd and 28th, I'll be offering an introductory workshops for a general audience in the beautiful wine country. Yes, Sonoma County. Want to come?

XSEDE has a strong investment in developing future computing scientists and has a great Student Program planned. On Wednesday, July 24th, 50 highschool students and undergraduates interested in computing will be introduced to peers and senior students who are already engaged in computing...