Why Scientists Like Applied Improv: A Theory

Why Scientists Like Applied Improv: A Theory


Last spring, the New York Times wrote about the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, where Mr. Alda (and presumably others) teach improv to scientists to help them communicate better. Alda explains why: “Not jokes, not cleverness. It’s the contact with the other person.” Amen, Alan Alda! I love hearing this insight about applied improv … Read More