Graduate students in the Creative Studies' graduate program are engaged in some very interesting research and scholarship. For many years, we have included annotations of their work in the Creative Studies Library located in the E. H. Butler Library. However, this may prove a limiting factor for our students in the distance education program and local, national, and international researchers. These are executive summaries, or non-technical articles, of selected Creative Studies graduate students' masters theses or projects. These are written by students in our educational program intended to provide accurate, readable research information to professionals and other interested persons. The materials listed here are copyright protected and are made available for personal or educational use only. For all other uses, please contact the copyright owner.
Projects from 2013
Creative Environments, Jamie M. Sanchez
Disability Awareness Course Outline using the Torrence Incubation Model (TIM), Pam A. Simmeth Mrs.
Pairing Affective Skills with Art Making, Tiana N. Thompson
Daufuskie Magazine Website: Strengthening and Reconnecting an Island Community, Catherine O. Tillman
Projects from 2012
Developing and Sustaining Creative Workplace Teams: A User's Guide, Thomas J. Andahl
Designing an "Information-Experience" Using Creativity Science Theory and Tools, Stephanie Belhomme
Empathy Maps of the FourSight Preferences, Hanne M. Bratsberg
Avatar Training - A Humanistic and Creativity Driven Approach, Nicole M.T. Charest
Deliberate Use of Creative Problem Solving in Art Making, Rebecca Dame-Seidler
Playing at Work: Creating a Physically Creative Training Center, Christine Grotke
In Search of Suspended Judgment, Irina Mishina
Everyday Creativity Without Group Brainstorming, Erik op ten Berg
Human Centered Design Approach to Mentoring, Jennifer Lynn Potratz