Science Through Dance Apr. 1


April 1, 2015

Communicating Science at MIT will discuss the idea of learning by moving, how dance is successfully used to illustrate concepts in science, mathematics, and engineering that may be hard to put into words, and the tensions inherent in developing both interesting and scientifically accurate choreography. Panelists include Emily Benz (president of SHINE Boston), Mariah Steele (artistic director of Quicksilver Dance), Hans Rinderknecht (MIT postdoctoral fellow in Plasma Science and Fusion), and Courtney Peix (an artistic director of Contrapose Dance). Dinner will be also be provided. The discussion will take place on Wednesday, April 1st, at 7:00 pm in 4-231. If interested, be sure to RSVP for the discussion. Email commit-exec@mit.edu with any further questions. Photo by Dixie Lawerence 

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