For the past two terms, NuVu students have worked in collaboration with Heidi Latsky Dance to design wearable sculptures for her performers for On Display Global – a performance arts piece that uses fashion as a tool of social justice to celebrate […]
NuVu has students collaborating with MIT & Harvard Experts
This fall term, students at NuVu are participating in a two-week studio at the Beth Israel Surgical Simulation Lab (SIM Lab) with alumnus, Beaver parent, and hospitalist physician Dr. Henry Feldman ’85. Feldman was inspired to collaborate […]
Watch Jacquil Taylor’s ’14 “The Best Kept Secret”, a video about his life as a basketball player that he co-created at NuVu. “I didn’t mind putting myself out there and having people know where I […]
The students and coaches at NuVu cordially invite you to attend the Flying Exhibit of the fall NuVu term. When: Sunday, December 2 from 2 to 4 p.m. Where: NuVu Studio, 450 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge […]
Post written by Madeleine Cary (current Beaver & NuVu student) and was originally posted on the NuVu blog. Not many children come home from school and ask their parents: “What do you think I should I ask […]
As NuVu’s winter term focusing on “The Brain” came to an end, students produced this video to share their NuVu experiences.
For two weeks in December, a group of Beaver students who participated in NuVu last spring traveled to India. They attended and volunteered at the INK conference and piloted an Android smartphone app they developed […]
Last spring, a group of Beaver students participating in the NuVu program spent two weeks working in the Learning Lab India studio. During this time they developed ideas for an educational smartphone app that could […]
Even as an architect, I never understood the deeper understanding of materials…what exactly are they made of? What structures govern the elemental components? I am beginning to understand. Along with the NuVu students in the Nanotechnology Studio, I am also learning the basic elements and structures that make up most of the compounds and finishes that surround us. I never questioned such things before, but now in this studio, I feel my connection to the world of architecture and urban design, and the questions are even more relevant.
Yesterday we headed to MIT Plasma Science and Fusion Center. We started the tour by looking at real Plasma and how a magnetic field can change the direction of it. This is the room that […]