Dr. Robert Bilder of the Tennenbaum Family Center for the Biology of Creativity will deliver his lecture “Balancing Brain Stability and Flexibility for Creative Achievement,” which focuses on the brain’s role in creativity. Bilder and his team of investigators are seeking to understand the biological basis of creative thought, and have identified several cognitive dimensions that may underlie creative achievement in various arenas, including the arts, sciences, and business.
Bilder’s lecture is part of Azusa Pacific University's first celebration of Brain Awareness Week (BAW) . BAW is a global initiative aimed at advancing public awareness of the brain and neuroscience research. APU is hosting a series of three lectures by noted neuroscientists, all geared toward non-scientific audiences. Each lecture includes a question-and-answer session with the speaker.
Mon., March 12, 2012
Darling Library Rotunda 
Azusa Pacific University - West Campus
701 E. Foothill Ave.
Azusa, CA 91702