Veterans Imagination Project Community Workshops
Learn new skills to navigate your transition and define your post-service success.
Arizona STEM Acceleration Project
Arizona STEM Acceleration Project (ASAP) is a new initiative transforming how Arizona’s K-12 educators deliver high-quality, hands-on STEM activities to our state’s future leaders.
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How VIP Can Change Your Trajectory
The Applied Sci-Fi Project
The Applied Sci-Fi Project, made possible by support from the Sloan Foundation, is an event series and research project that brings together science fiction writers, futurists, scholars, and technologists to
EVOKE: The Collaborative Process
Helping veterans transition to civilian careers
Program Director Bob Beard and former participant Erik Villegas appear on Arizona PBS to explain more about the methods used and why thinking about the future can be a helpful tool in military to civilian transition.
Imaginary Papers: Issue 12
Zoyander Street, Jason Tashea & Joey Eschrich
Applied Imagination Fellows Project Report: Ian Edwards
Applied Imagination Fellows Project Report: Sultan Sharrief
Applied Imagination Fellows Project Report: Panthea Lee
Applied Imagination Fellows Project Report: Regina Kanyu Wang
Applied Imagination Fellows Project Report: ImagiNasi by Benjamin Ong
This episode of Imagination Desk features Fabrice Guerrier. In this conversation, Fabrice discusses how he uses imagination, and how imagination can be used to create better social futures.
This episode of the Imagination Desk features Laura Tohe, poet laureate of the Navajo Nation for 2015-2019, discussing how imagination informs her work and how it is used in both the poetry community and Indigenous communities.
This episode of Imagination Desk features Corey Pressman. In this conversation, Corey discusses what applied imagination means to him, his work, and the future.
Lisa K. Solomon
This episode of Imagination Desk features Lisa Kay Solomon. In this conversation, Lisa discusses different applications of design thinking and futures thinking, and incorporating creativity and imagination into interdisciplinary fields and everyday life.
Annual Report 2021/22
Center for Science and the Imagination Annual Report 2021-22 PDF Annual Report 2021-22 EPUB
The Island, by Elsa Sjunneson
A story about ability and disability, journalism, and creating adaptable communities.
Imaginary Papers: Issue 11
Lafayette Cruise, Azucena Castro & Joey Eschrich
Sympathy, by Suyi Davies Okungbowa
A story by Suyi Davies Okungbowa about children, robots, and bureaucracy.
University, Speaking, by Phoebe Wagner
A story by Phoebe Wagner about reimagining universities as radically open to their communities, and better attuned to addressing local challenges.
Becoming Birch, by Carter Meland
A story by Carter Meland about rock music, unexpected connections, and northern Minnesota forests.