Our events with Bruce Adolphe, December 2 – 5, were featured this week in the Today@Colorado State University email announcement this week! If you haven’t seen the full article, look no further….here it is.
Neuroscience Program Hosts Pianist for Education and Creativity Workshops
By Rachel Wiess (11/27/13)
The Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Neuroscience (MCIN) program at Colorado State University is co-hosting a series of brain and creativity activities featuring well-known pianist Bruce Adolphe, who uses music as a tool to heighten thinking.
The lectures and workshops are set Dec. 2-4 and are open to faculty and staff at CSU and in the Poudre School District, with a seminar and concert open to the public. The series is hosted in collaboration with Project Youth and Chamber Music and Poudre School District.
“As an interdisciplinary group on campus, MCIN is interested in engaging the public through diverse and creative outreach,” said Mike Tamkun, MCIN director and professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences.
“Music is a valuable component for intellectual development, so we are interested in using this creative angle to connect and interact with community members, educators and neuroscience professionals,” Tamkun said. For more of this article, click here.