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A Tale of Two Authors

A mutual love of history brought these M’s together to discuss their new novels that explore from different perspectives the story of Jacoba/Giacoma dei Settesoli, a rich Roman noble who shares the crypt of St. Francis of Assisi.

Test, Drugs, and Ethics: A Discussion With Our New Supervisory Psychologist

Dr. Renee Lexow, discusses stimulants for test-takers, maintaining mental health during a pandemic, the ethics of sharing IQ test results, and more in a sweeping convo with Director of Membership Timothy Brooks, CAE.

Old Is New Again

Brainbelts — emerging islands of creativity and innovation — have transformed local Rust Belt economies through collaboration between business, academia, and regional governments by working together with ingenuity, new technologies, and new materials.

Do Nonhuman Animals Have Rights?

In the discipline of philosophy, there is a legitimate debate over whether there are such things as nonhuman animal rights. Philosophy professor and Mensan Elliott R. Crozat takes a closer look at the issue from both sides.

At-home Learning Resources for Kids

With so many families finding it necessary to transform their homes into makeshift classrooms, the Mensa Foundation is here to help. MensaforKids.com features a curated lists of free and low-cost educational resources to enrich your child’s mind and ignite their excitement about learning.

Young Mensans Create Free Online Tutoring Service

Their classroom routine upended by the pandemic, Central Florida Mensa YM’s Max Boger and Nicole Ward quickly realized their situation wasn’t unique. The two banded together to create Orlando Student Tutoring to address the challenges of distance learning.

Young Mensans Organize Critical Deliveries to Seniors

What started with a concern for their own grandparents’ safety, Young Mensans Matthew Casertano and Dhruv Pai’s volunteer group, Teens Helping Seniors, now connects teens with seniors nationwide to provide contactless grocery and medicine delivery to those most vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Honoring Our Difference-makers

We annually celebrate the members and Local Groups who go above and beyond to help American Mensa thrive. Volunteers are our lifeblood, and these individuals and groups represent the best of the best.

National Events

Portland, Maine | April 22-25, 2021

An annual tradition since 1990, Mind Games is a four-day board-game-judging marathon, during which the year’s five best new-to-market tabletop games are chosen and awarded the coveted Mensa Select® seal. Join hundreds of tabletop fanatics for a long weekend of around-the-clock board gaming.

Colloquium 2021: Advances in Food Science

Before it hits our plates, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes with what we eventually eat. At Colloquium 2021, we’ll explore the latest developments in food science, including investigations into food safety, emerging food and agricultural technologies, maintaining stable food supplies globally, and more. Join us — and bring an appetite!

Multifaceted Minds | Aug. 24-29, 2021

The largest yearly confab of Mensans anywhere, Mensa’s Annual Gathering spans five days — six in 2021 — and features a sprawl of talks, games, and entertainment. The 2021 Annual Gathering is a party 75 years in the making! Join Mensans from around the world to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Mensa’s founding.

Local & Regional Gatherings

Due to concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to ensure event safety, Tidewater Mensa's Regional Gathering, MENSUNny Beach Daze, has been canceled. Please visit their website for more information as the situation develops.

J E (Jacquie) Gentry will talk about her three mystery novels: First Thing ~ Kill the Lawyers, Second in Her Class, and Third Man Theme. All three books are set in San Francisco and feature amateur sleuth Clara Quillen.

Due to concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to ensure event safety, Boston Mensa's Regional Gathering, Wicked Good! 2020, has been canceled. Please visit their website for more information as the situation develops.

Due to concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and to ensure event safety, Charlotte Blue Ridge Mensa's Regional Gathering, Sweet Carolina RG, has been canceled. Please visit their website for more information as the situation develops.

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