Alice Larson Develops new January Intersession Course-Creativity in Research Careers (CMB 5912)

November 30, 2017
Alice Larson, CMB 5912
Creativity in Science Careers (CMB 5912) - January intersession course January 8-11, 2018 | 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

This new intersession course will introduce you to methods and tools
for harnessing your creativity for problem solving and innovation in
your research, and is open to graduate and undergraduate students from all academic disciplines and all stages of their degree program.

Most of us have not been formally trained in creative thinking. Not
 having insight into creative thinking can be frustrating when we need
to come up with a great idea for a thesis, or solve a problem in the
lab. Creativity is also necessary for tackling other professional
challenges throughout our careers, such as motivating employees,
influencing ideas, leading people in new directions, and teaching and
learning complicated material.

Taught by Dr. Alice A. Larson, Professor in the Department of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences.
Watch Professor Larson's video to learn more about the course.
CMB 5912 is open to all ages and academic disciplines. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested in registering.