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Jacob K. Javits Lecture Series

From Multiples Intelligences to Future Minds


Tuesday, October 30, 2007
05:00 PM - 07:00 PM


Skirball Center for the Performing Arts
566 LaGuardia Place on the corner of Washington Square South

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HOWARD GARDNER, Multiple Intelligences Theorist, Psychologist, and Jacob K. Javits Visiting Professor

In this inaugural lecture, Howard Gardner will describe the evolution of his own thinking over the last few decades. As a developmental and cognitive Psychologist with expertise in neuropsychology, Howard developed the theory of Multiple Intelligences in the early 1980s. The interest shown by educators in this work stimulated him to become involved in educational reform in the United States and Abroad. In more recent work, Howard has addressed issues of policy—effecting a transition in his scholarship from “how things are” to “How Things Ought to Be.” He will describe the five kinds of minds—disciplined, synthesizing, creating, respectful, and ethical—that need to be cultivated in the future.


Event Details:

5:00 -- Welcome from President John Edward Sexton
5:30 -- Introductory Remarks by Professor Marcelo Suarez-Orozco
6:00 -- Lecture on “From Multiple Intelligences to Future Minds” Howard Gardner

Acknowledgments:
Marian B. Javits
President, The Marian B. and Jacob K. Javits Foundation

Howard Gardner
Jacob K. Javits Visiting Professor

Marcelo Suzarez-Orozco
Courtney Sale Ross University Professor of Globalization and Education


John E. Sexton
President, New York University

Debra LaMorte,
Senior Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs
Office of Alumni Relations