The following is a list of organizations working in the area of curiosity. We welcome additions to the list.

Name:
Kushal Sacheti
Title:
President
Organization:
Center for Curiosity
Tel:
917-477-5868
Email:
info@centerforcuriosity.com
Website:
Description:
The Center for Curiosity is a nonprofit organization dedicated to exploring the science of curiosity, promoting its practice, and its academic and public advancement.
Research Areas:
Curiosity
Interest Areas:
Curiosity
Links To Publications:
Category:
Research, Events, Grants, Fellowships

Name:
Jejj Wang
Title:
Curator
Organization:
College of Curiosity
Website:
Description:
We're a group of like-minded individuals who hope to promote curiosity and creativity.

Organization:
Curiodyssey
Address:
1651 Coyote Point Drive
Tel:
650-342-7755
Email:
info@CuriOdyssey.org
Website:
Description:
At Curiodyssey kids are let loose to observe, ask “what if” and let the natural world answer their questions.
Interest Areas:
Children, Education

Name:
Tara Chklovski
Title:
President
Organization:
Irdescent Learning Center
Address:
532 West 22nd Street
Email:
info@iridescentlearning.org.
Website:
Description:
Irdescent is an education non-profit that trains professional engineers, scientists, and parents to deliver cutting-edge STEM education to underserved girls, children and their families.
Category:
Education, Children

Organization:
Museum of Natural Curiosity
Address:
3605 Garden Drive
Tel:
801-768-2300
Website:
Description:
Thanksgiving Point Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit farm, garden, and museum complex that draws upon the natural world to cultivate transformative family learning.
Category:
Museum

Name:
Kathy Taberner
Organization:
The Institute of Curiosity
Email:
kathy@instituteofcuriosity.com
Website:
Description:
The Institute Of Curiosity is a coaching and training organization that helps individuals learn and apply Curiosity Skills that give individuals a leg up as leaders, parents, colleagues and friends.
Links To Publications:
Category:
Education, Training

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