Art of Science Learning

Peter Economy

I am just now recovering from last week’s Art of Science Learning conference in San Diego. For something that lasted just one-and-a-half days, there was an almost overwhelming amount of great presentations, great information sharing and exchange, and — above all — great people dedicated to moving the idea of the Art of Science Learning…

I was recently invited to teach a class for San Diego State University undergraduates interested in entrepreneurship: MGT 453.1 — Creativity and Innovation. I accepted the invitation, and will begin teaching my brand-new class in the fall. However, there’s just one problem: What will I teach? The good news is that I have an existing…

The Power of the Science Fair

I can still remember how excited I got in junior and senior high school when it was science fair season. My friends and I would kick around ideas and make elaborate plans for what we were certain would be that year’s shoo-in winner of the school fair. And once we captured the school’s top prize,…

I am Peter Economy, and I have for as long as I can remember been a fan and practitioner of both the arts (specifically, the musical arts) and science. Some years ago, I had the very good fortune to be invited by Harvey Seifter to help him write a book on New York’s Orpheus Chamber…