Category Archives: Forum

DaVinci 2018 Fall Forum Report

The 2018 Fall Forum featured a presentation From Danny Mattox from the K20 Center and NextThought at the University of Oklahoma. The presentation, titled “successful Creative Strategies from K-12 that Can Work in Higher Education,” opened the resources for strategies … Continue reading

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DaVinci Fall Forum 2017 Report

The DaVinci Institute’s 2017 Fall Forum was held in conjunction with the 2017 Oklahoma Promoting Undergraduate Research Conference. DaVinci presented a panel session about interdisciplinarity and creativity in undergraduate research to the combined assemblage in the morning, then broke out … Continue reading

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DaVinci Fall Forum & Promoting UG Research Conference – Sept 29, 2017

The DaVinci Institute Has Joined Our Fall Forum with the 8th Annual Promoting Undergraduate Research Conference. The Forum/Conference will take place on| Sept. 29, 2017, at the Presbyterian Health Foundation Executive Conference Center, 655 Research Parkway, Oklahoma City from 8:30 … Continue reading

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ReImagining Higher Education – DaVinci Fall Forum, October 23, 2015

How will higher education evolved in the 21st century?  While the future is unknown, one thing is for sure – if it is to be successful, educators must take into account how people best learn, technological developments and student interests.  … Continue reading

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2014 Fall Forum

The DaVinci Institute in pleased to announce that it will hold its annual Fall Forum at Northern Oklahoma College’s Eleanor Hays Art Gallery – Kinzer Performing Arts Center on October 24th from 9:30am – 3:00 PM. We will celebrate creativity … Continue reading

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New Book – Myths of Creativity by David Burkus

Dr. David Burkus, ORU assistant professor, who spoke at the DaVinci Spring Forum, is announced that his book The Myths of Creativity: The Truth about How Innovative Companies and People Really Generate Great Ideas  is now available. Engaging his reader in entertaining, … Continue reading