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Boundless Creativity

Learn to how to innovate by attending a series of weekly sessions designed to foster creativity, problem-solving and critical thinking.

Register for the series

Program overview

The Boundless Creativity series includes six weekly two-hour sessions open to all undergraduate and graduate KU students on the Lawrence campus.

The spring 2024 series will be from 10 a.m. to noon each Thursday starting March 21 through April 25.

As a participant, you will:

  • Learn about the nature of creativity and how to develop practices to will you be creative;
  • Hear how guest speakers have used their creativity to build products or companies;
  • Discover why creativity is the key to innovation, especially in a world with AI.
Josh Wexler

"Creativity is not just for artists; it's a learnable skill crucial for innovation and success in a world increasingly powered by AI. This series explores the nature, cultivation, and application of creativity to solve problems and innovate."

Josh Wexler
Innovator-in-Residence and Professor of the Practice

Boundless Creativity: Spring 2024

10 a.m.–12 p.m. Thursdays, March 21–April 25

The Hive, 1057 Capitol Federal Hall

What to expect

Creativity fuels innovation. Even if you never start your own company or build a new product, the skills you'll learn through Boundless Creativity will serve you in any career path.

Sessions will incorporate exercises, guest speakers and experiential learning activities. Planned session topics for spring 2024:

  • Week 1: What is Creativity?
  • Week 2: Creative Practices: Curiosity and Awareness
  • Week 3: Creative Practices: Listening and Seeing
  • Week 4: What are Insights?
  • Week 5: Bringing it All Together: The Creative Process
  • Week 6: Being Creative as a Way of Life and Looking at the World

Other benefits

Upon completion and attendance at all sessions, students will be eligible for a $500 scholarship. Undergraduate business students can earn 50 ePoints for attending all sessions in the series.

Who can register

All undergraduate and graduate KU students on the Lawrence campus


Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend University of Kansas sponsored events. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this event, please contact Josh Wexler at joshwexler@ku.edu by March 14, 2024.