How do you develop your capacity to lead a growing research group? In Tempe, Arizona State University faculty in STEM disciplines have the opportunity to explore this question with improvscience founder, Dr. Holmes.

In this 2-session Coaching Intensive, participants develop their mentoring capacity. Through playful and practical exercises, participants explore and address the specific challenges that arise for them in leading their research projects.

Why talk about another person's book? Because, it's radical! And for improvscience, the breakthrough discoveries of the Performance of a Lifetime (PoaL) CEO, Cathy Salit, inspired Dr. Raquell Holmes to explore the benefits of performance in scientific research environments. Dr. Holmes and her colleague, Evelyn Dougherty of the Boston Social Therapy Group, are hosting an intimate book reception with their guest of honor, Cathy Salit, along with friends, colleagues and associates.

Palliative care in the medical world draws deeply on presence, skilled assessments and emotional attention. Attending to seriously ill patients and their families in a way that supports them through their journey as comfortably as possible requires expertise, emotional responsiveness and intense caring from health professionals. This workshop for palliative care health staff—doctors, nurses, social workers and chaplains—is being presented at their Northern California Annual All Site retreat.

It is fitting that the Cultivating Ensembles in STEM Education and Research (CESTEMER) conference, focused on performance, science and science education, makes its appearance in Chicago, Sept. 15-17th. This is made even more significant by taking place at the midwest’s premiere regional theater in Chicago, thanks to Willa Taylor, Goodman Theatre’s Director of Education.

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