Weather on Steroids: Exhibit Features Art Of Climate Change Science

Weather on Steroids: The Art of Climate Change Science

KPBS—Climate change science and art collide in a new exhibit at the San Diego Central Library. "Weather on Steroids" brings artists and scientists together for an exhibit that features mosaics, photographs and art installations that illustrate the effects of climate change through art. “Artists are arguably the...

STEAM the Streets

This is our first "STEAM Powered" Video Profile. There will be more to come. Meet Jorge Fernandes, a 26 year-old Data Analyst for Pratt and Whitney. Jorge is originally from the Cape Verde Islands, transplanted to Brockton, and graduated from Umass Dartmouth. Hear Jorge's story,...

7 science-backed reasons you should make art, even if you’re bad at it

Sean Kane, Tech Insider Art is intrinsically linked to humanity. We've been making it for about as long as we've been called humans, and few would argue against its value as culturally enriching as well as emotionally and often intellectually rewarding. Making art for art's sake is plenty. Yet...

Left and Right Brain—The Surprising Truth [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Jack Milgram, Last updated on: April 4, 2017, Link: https://custom-writing.org/blog/left-vs-right-brain Neuroscientists and psychologists all around the world have put great effort into investigating the functions and differences of the left and right brain. The existence of differences between left brain and right brain have been proven...

LIBERAL ARTS IN THE CORE OF THE COLLEGE CURRICULUM

This piece was co-authored with Norah P. Shultz, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Achievement at SDSU. More than fifty years ago, physicist-turned-novelist C.P. Snow talked about the “two cultures” of physicists and writers and the “hostility and dislike” that divided the world’s scientists...