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Creativity and Creativities: A Tribute to Teresa Amabile

What is the nature of creativity? How is our understanding of creativity being shaped and changed by technological innovations and advances? And what lessons for the study of creativity can we draw from living in a globalized and information-saturated world? These are some of the questions that Howard Gardner raises in an essay honoring his […]

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Where is Talent?

Times Higher Education (THE) has published an article by Howard Gardner in which he discusses the nature of talent. Asking the question “Where is talent?”, Gardner talks about the way that talent might manifest in the brain, how individual talents relate to domains or professional areas such as the arts, and the importance of directing […]

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Harvard Magazine Covers Gardner’s Higher Education Study

The May-June issue of Harvard Magazine has published an article by John S. Rosenberg, Editor in Chief, about Howard Gardner and Wendy Fischman’s national study of higher edition. Summarizing the motivations and methods of the study, Rosenberg provides an overview as well of the initial findings regarding the primacy of mental health and belonging on college campuses, […]

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Medicine’s Niche in the Professions

Howard Gardner has published a commentary about medicine as a profession in the July/September 2017 issue of The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. Reacting to the issue’s theme of how the healthcare system is changing, Gardner explains that while medicine was the first true profession, recent trends indicate that a democratizing force will blur the lines between […]

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Re-imagining Learning

Howard Gardner has been featured in Cathy Rubin’s “The Global Search for Education” column in a special Independence Day interview. What challenges must the US confront in order to remain innovative in education? What can we learn from the past to help people of all ages become better learners in the future? What should colleges […]

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