We successfully concluded our first year at the Bronx Center of Science and Math this past June. We ran three daily elective classes, and the impact on the students, as we can see from our self-assessment data, has been beyond […]
Gerard Senehi, Founder of Open Future Institute, was awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor last week.
NECO, the National Ethnic Coalition of Organizations, sponsors the award, which is presented annually to American citizens who have distinguished themselves within their own ethnic […]
We have formed a wonderful partnership with the Bronx Center for Science and Mathematics, a public school in the in the South Bronx, NY. This is a great school that has been selected as a model school for the Bronx […]
We just completed our second Co-Creative Lab at Florida State University. This lab was entirely co-led by two of our student facilitators, Josh Mesnik and Zach Kaye. It provided a structured forum for all the participants to explore their values, aspirations, purpose, and […]
At Eastern Mennonite Graduate School this November, we explored what it would take to make the QUESTion Project available to graduate students.
In this 6-hour co-creative session, titled the QUESTion Summit for Social Change and Conflict Transformation, we journeyed into our five […]
Our team facilitated QUESTion workshops at Pace University’s lower Manhattan campus. These were done with students enrolled in undergraduate environmental science courses taught by adjunct professor Lee Frankel-Goldwater. The workshops were met with enthusiasm and an authentic desire to go […]
Open Future Institute Founder Gerard Senehi recently delivered a thematic presentation at the annual conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE) which took place in Seattle, Washington, this October. His presentation, titled Bridging the Connection Between What […]