In a time of change and growing awareness of our most pressing, complex and interconnected global challenges, the ASU Center for Science has stepped up to provide an opportunity for students and the community to imagine the possibilities of the future.
Last week, the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University announced the the members of its Imaginary College: a group of outstanding creative thinkers, researchers and practitioners across a variety of fields who are already out there advancing the center’s mission of fresh, creative and ambitious thinking about the future. Their imaginative spirit and capacity to envision possible futures and empathize with different people and cultures will help with future innovation and their role in the Imaginary College.
The Imaginary College members are split into two categories: Philosophers and Fellows. The Philosophers provide inspiration for the center’s work and encourage imaginative thinking, while the Fellows work with the center to design and implement imaginative projects, bringing innovative ideas to life.
The members of the Imaginary College are split into two categories: philosophers who epitomize imaginative thinking and provide inspiration for the center’s work, and Fellows who work with the center to design and implement imaginative projects.
To learn more about the Imaginary College and it’s community efforts, as well as read full bios of its members, visit http://csi.asu.edu/imaginary-college.