Nobles' learning specialists Gia Batty and Sara Masucci record a monthly podcast, "The Studies Show", where they share educational research, organizational skills and study tips. In this month's podcast, they discuss how mind wandering, commonly referred to negatively as day dreaming or zoning out, can be an effective practice for creative thinking. Listen to the new podcast here to see what the studies show.
Honoring Dr. King
On January 20, the Multicultural Student Association (MSA) at Nobles presented a richly layered program honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The special assembly, made up of a variety of student performances and presentations, celebrated the contributions of the civil rights leader while also conveying the work that remains.
Wood Transfer Workshop
In conjunction with Pratt 108 (the collective visual arts faculty show currently on exhibit), faculty member and artist David Roane held the Foster Gallery's first ever TGIF OPS (Thank Goodness It's Friday-Open Painting Studio)-sponsored workshop.
Nobles Magazine Available Online
The Winter 2015 issue of Nobles—the official magazine for Noble and Greenough School—is now available online.
Four student representatives from Nobles’ Astronomy Workgroup, headed by science faculty member David Strasburger, shared the team’s research findings at the winter 2015 meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in Seattle on January 4-8.