Cultivating Creativity ~ Ezra Christensen

Nurturing creative ideas into fully realized products does not often happen by chance. How can we help create fertile environments for our scholars to grow their nascent ideas in science, technology, engineering, the arts, mathematics, entrepreneurship, or other areas into viable projects? Come explore these concepts and more with us, including the unique challenges for cultivating creativity in gifted scholars.

Presenter: Ezra Christensen

Description

Ezra ChristensenEzra-headshot loves to tinker and build. As a child/teen he helped build houses and computers, helped fix cars, and designed and built with wood. As an adult he builds and tinkers with websites, databases, software programming, distributed computer systems, robots, and anything else he can get his hands on. He also develops adult training simulations for Fortune 500 companies and universities.

Ezra is a former member of Mensa and continues to volunteer for the Mensa Education and Research Foundation. He graduated from the University of Utah with an Honors Degree of Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude where he focused on Learning, Memory, and Creativity.