Developing Your Creativity
Research and inquiry require us to make an “original contribution” to our fields and thus creativity is essential for the humanities, sciences and math, and not limited to artistic and musical expression. People who learn to tap into and use their creativity are more flexible and better problem solvers generally. In this workshop, we will learn ways to develop creativity as a habit and a way of life that can contribute to academic success.
Facilitated by Nic Voge, McGraw Center and Shefalika Gandhi, LCSW
Sponsored by UHS, McGraw Center and Davis International Center
301 in the Julis Romo Rabinowitz Building