Creativity Panel Next Week


The Bucknell Forum “Creativity: Beyond the Box” series invites you to our final event of the semester, a conversation with four young alumni who apply their Bucknell learning in a range of ways in design, acting, engineering, and innovation for well-known brands World of Warcraft, CBS (“Mike and Molly”), Universal Studios, and Nike.

The four alumni are

– video game designer Matt Hawley ’03,
– actor Nyambi Nyambi ’01,
– roller coaster engineer Justin Schwartz ’04, and
– innovative projects manager Martine Worrall Stillman ’04.

The event is Monday, Nov. 7, at 7:30 p.m. in Trout Auditorium, and will feature a panel discussion and extended audience Q&A. The discussion is entitled, “Designing Success: Creativity in the Virtual, Mechanical and Real Worlds.”

The four are a lively and deeply engaged group, and it promises to be an interesting and fun conversation.

For more about our guests interesting careers, please see http://www.bucknell.edu/x72943.xml

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About Jordi

I am an assistant professor in the Management School at Bucknell University. I specialize in organization theory, social networks, and studying the network society. I have three children, including twins. They love bouncing on the couch, legos, music, and my waffles. My wife teaches English at the same university. I am interested in most things, but these days, networks, social entrepreneurs, the environment, innovation, and virtual worlds. Finding Hidden Abodes and Shaking Iron Cages since 1972
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