07 - Somerville

"Scientific concepts [were] brought to life through art. The aesthetic integration made us see science in a new way, and the scientific dialogue made us look at the art in a new way. It was utterly unique and truly exciting to take part!"

— DR. LEAH SOMERVILLE, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY, HARVARD UNIVERSITY

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Stephanie Sasse
06 - Murray

"This exhibit did everything I hoped... It was engaging. It was interactive. It was important and timely. Timed at a political moment when awareness of our own and others’ biases were bubbling to the surface, the exhibit provides a sort of anchor; It acknowledges the natural and unavoidable existence of bias while also not rationalizing their existence as acceptable. "

— DR. AMY VASHLISHAN-MURRAY, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, EMERSON COLLEGE

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Stephanie Sasse
04 - Braga

"[The Plenary] has achieved the rare feat of making science education both fun and sophisticated, allowing adults to satisfy their curious inner child while maintaining their street cred."

— DR. RODRIGO BRAGA, POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW IN COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, HARVARD UNIVERSITY

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Stephanie Sasse
03 - Bidiman

"This show went far and beyond expectations and showed me simply how my brain will make assumptions based on my experiences, giving me the opportunity to reframe and reconsider how others may experience the world. It was truly a life-changing experience."

— Craig Bidiman, Health Education Specialist at UMass Boston

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Stephanie Sasse
02 - Pestourie

"This exhibit converts narrow mindedness into tolerance while challenging the open-minded. The diversity of media engaged all our senses."

— Raphaël Pestourie, PhD Candidate in Mathematics & Applied Sciences, Harvard University & MIT

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Stephanie Sasse
01 - Watson

"It’s easy to think of science and art as competing ways to see the world. [The Plenary] makes plain the opposite truth: science and art richly complement each other in explaining our complexity, subtlety, and humanity."

— Andrew Watson, Educator & President, Translate the Brain

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Stephanie Sasse