Creative Problem-Solving Institute CPSI Conference 2022
We are pleased to announce that beginning on Monday, June 20, 2022 the University will welcome the staff and volunteers for the CPSI 2022 Conference!
Please be prepared to see a lot of activity on campus, and a lot of decorations, lights, and workshops taking place.
The staff and volunteers will be moving in to Varsity Village on June 20th, and they will be preparing for their conference that will take place from June 26th – July 1, 2022.
What is Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI) –
The conference offers several experiential programs where educators, business leaders, researchers, and consultants will learn a proven process for deliberate creativity – from the place that invented brainstorming and has evolved and taught the Creative Problem Solving process for more than 60 years. CPSI focuses on deliberate creativity, innovation and change leadership. CPSI (“SIP-see”) teaches practical creativity skills and tools in an inspiring learning environment
CPSI offers a one-of-a-kind personal and professional training opportunity. Attendees will gain practical creativity skills and tools in an inspiring, interdisciplinary learning environment. The conference can also be a family affair, as 8-17 year olds can attend the YouthWise sessions.
The conference allows attendees to connect with a diverse cross section of more than 200 business leaders, educators, community activists, nonprofit and government professionals, artists, students and others from around the globe.
· Professionals will learn the principles of Creative Problem Solving (CPS) to grapple with complex business issues.
· Teachers will roll up their sleeves to learn how to bring creativity into the classroom.
· Everyone can select from an array of dynamic, hands-on creativity workshops – ranging from tools and techniques, personal growth, current topics and research, strategic innovation, and the arts.
Be prepared to see them in Acad/Bisgrove, LL Gallagher, Glynn Hall, Dining Hall, and some green space areas.
If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about this group please contact The Center for Conferences and Events office.