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Scientists Exploring the Arts is a free program that is open to college students (graduate and undergraduate) who are majoring in specific areas of science or technology. Eligible majors include: food science and molecular gastronomy, nutrition, chemistry, chemical engineering, statistics, environmental science, food sensory evaluation, material science, business (finance, sales), marketing, and computer science.
Scientists Exploring the Arts is a unique partnership between the State Theatre and Ingredion. The program celebrates and explores the essential elements shared by the performing arts and science and technology: creativity, innovation, problem solving, teamwork, and process. Each event offers young scientists an opportunity to discover distinctive art forms and to meet personnel from Ingredion, a world leader in the development and manufacture of specialty food and industrial starches. Scientists Exploring the Arts is offered twice a year, once in the fall and again in the spring.
Students selected to participate in the program attend the State Theatre, along with employees of Ingredion. Each event includes:
- • A ticket to the performance at the State Theatre in New Brunswick.
- • A pre-performance “Exploration” with a talented arts educator.
The entertaining and enjoyable lecture provides an in-depth,
easy-to-understand introduction to the show.
- • A pre-performance dinner, where there will be opportunities
to network with Ingredion employees as well as other students.
Check back for the 2013-2014 schedule.
For more information:
Phone: 732-246-7469, ext. 545 • Email: SEA@StateTheatreNJ.org • Fax: 732-247-4005
This program is made possible through the generous support of