Creativity - Integrative Pathway
Creativity is the ability to make connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, realizing something fresh and inventive. Creativity gives one a sense of being alive and valuable. There is creativity in every aspect of human achievement, whether a scientific discovery, a new business model, or a plan to make the world just and sustainable.
Curricular Itinerary Courses
In the context of Creativity, all courses within each of the Modes of Inquiry can be eligible to count toward the Curricular Itinerary. Students will meet with Pathway coordinator, Prof. Greg Bailey, to provide a rationale to connect three of the Modes of Inquiry to their animating question. Students will be encouraged to fulfill as many Modes of Inquiry after taking the Thematic Inquiry as possible, balancing their major requirements.
Global Local Engagement
Core Group: G. Bailey, L. Balantic, C. Barnard, B. Boyd, L. Bratton, D. Dorfman, A. Graesch, J. Lee, M. Lizarralde, P. Marks, T. McDowell, R.
Richter, J. Schroeder, P. Susskind, D. Wang, A. Wollensak, M. Zimmer