Paint a Problem

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Do you like painting? Do you want to think about problem solving through a unique (and fun) art form? Sign up for Paint a Problem! Led by the Sheridan Center’s Problem Solving Fellows, this workshop will provide you with an opportunity to express a problem through painting or collage. This activity will help you uncover the way that you understand problems. Paint, brushes, collage supplies, decorations, and snacks will be provided. Please register for this event.

Problem Solving Fellows are undergraduates who work to improve STEM education at Brown. All Problem Solving Fellows have taken UNIV 1110: The Theory and Practice of Problem Solving, a course designed to teach students how to become more effective teachers and problem solvers. Some duties of the Problem Solving Fellows are conducting teaching observations, designing UTA training materials, and conducting research on STEM education at Brown.