This course delves deeply into the theory and practice of promoting creativity, using a specific theme, such as invention and innovation, humor, realizing creative aspiration, building creative communities, as a focus for the readings, discussions, class activities, and semester-long students' projects. The course materials, which are drawn from a variety of sources to match the instructor's specialty, student interests, and evolving trends in the literature, include biographies, intellectual histories, psychological studies, educational research, the popular media, guest speakers, and outside mentors. Details for the specific semester are publicized in advance by the Program.
Seminar in Creativity (SEM)
Critical and Creative Thinking
Monday, April 1, 2019 to Tuesday, June 4, 2019