Foundation Voices is the blog of the Mensa Foundation, where you can learn about our programs and efforts from the Trustees themselves, as well as from committee chairs, appointees, donors, staff members and supporters of the Foundation. We hope you'll find their insights informational and inspiring.
June 25, 2015
Every year, the bibliophilic faithful gather in Washington, D.C., for the Library of Congress' National Book Festival. Amid the thousands of people, hundreds of titles and dozens of authors, the Mensa Foundation plays an integral role in the success of the Festival.
May 18, 2015
By Steve Slepner, Editor, MRJ
The journal, currently published three times a year, usually consists of articles on a particular topic, although we have had issues that cover a variety of current research.
March 31, 2015
By Joan Hiller, Foundation Trustee
Mensans are a curious lot — seriously. We take things apart, check things out, look at things differently and extrapolate what could be. The Mensa Foundation is no different.
March 6, 2015
By Jane Hanson, Foundation Trustee
Reserve yourself a place at "the table" and invest in building your own "brain owner's manual." Join the Mensa Foundation on July 1 in centrally located Louisville, Ky., for the 2015 Colloquium — Brain Health: Research, Challenges and Breakthroughs.
February 12, 2015
By Eldon Romney, Foundation Trustee
The Colloquium fulfills part of the Foundation's mission to "contribute to and disseminate research relating to intelligence, education and learning, all for the benefit of the community."