To Expose the Truth about Mental Asylums, Nellie Bly Feigned Insanity to Study One

Today's video is part of a series on female genius, in proud collaboration with 92Y's 7 Days of Genius Festival.

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Behind Our Favorite Children's Books, a Woman Who Championed Imagination

Today's video is part of a series on female genius, in proud collaboration with 92Y's 7 Days of Genius Festival.

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How a 27 Year-Old Poet Became the World's First Computer Programmer

Today's video is part of a series on female genius, in proud collaboration with 92Y's 7 Days of Genius Festival.

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No Right Brain Left Behind: A Speed Innovation Challenge for Creative Education

A great deal has been said and published lately on changing educational paradigms. In fact, this conversation isn't a recent development – even in the 1980s, iconic science fiction author Isaac Asimov was pushing for reinjecting creativity into school curricula in order to fix a broken and uninspired education system. Unfortunately, not much has actually been done in that direction. Though Microsoft's REDU initiative spurred a fair amount of buzz last year, it too remained a disjointed effort largely devoid of actionable change.

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