- Laurel F. Appel, Adjunct Associate Professor of Biology, Wesleyan University
- Laura Grabel, Professor of Biology, Wesleyan University
- Paul Horton, Paul Horton Photography, Photographer and Film Maker
- Elizabeth Johnson, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange
- Liz Lerman, Founding Artistic Director, Liz Lerman Dance Exchange
- Richard McCarthy, Science Teacher, Frank Ward Strong Middle School
- Pamela Tatge, Director, Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University
- Michael Weir, Professor of Biology, Wesleyan University
Science Choreography is the result of an extensive, and ongoing collaborative processes. We would like to acknowledge all Liz Lerman Dance company members and staff, both past and present, who have contributed greatly to the creation of this work predominantly through the development of the TOOLBOX, and in particular Humanities Director John Borstel. We also acknowledge Wesleyan faculty members including Fred Cohan, Manju Hingorani, Scott Holmes, Katja Kolcio, Bob Lane, Amy MacQueen and Michael Singer who are contributing significantly to the project.
Other contributors are faculty and students at Wesleyan University, Center for Creative Youth, Frank Ward Strong Middle School, and the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts, who helped us develop the modules and graciously permitted us to record our experiments with them for use in this website.
Mariah Klaneski Reisner, Jeffrey Goetz and their colleagues in the Wesleyan New Media Lab and Information Technology Services, and members of Paul Horton Photography were central to development and design of this web site. Dana Whitco and Founding Fellows of the Center for Creative Research, Adrian Nieves and staff at the Wesleyan Center for the Arts, Catherine Tatge of Tatge/Lasseur Productions, and our colleagues in the Project to Increase Mastery of Mathematics and Science (PIMMS), were also part of our Science Choreography project.
The project has been funded by grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to support undergraduate education and Wesleyan University, with additional support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation through the Center for Creative Research.