The Win Wenger Archive

During his lifetime, Win Wenger authored or co-authored and published more than 50 books. Researcher, inventor, trainer and educator, he founded and headed the non-profit education and research firm Project Renaissance. He has created and developed more than a hundred specific methods and techniques for CPS and for accelerated/enhanced learning some of which are now in wide practice. 

This website, an update of the very lively Project Renaissance site1 that ran from 1997 to 2023, contains hundreds of articles and online books, all offered for free. It is intended to serve as an archive to catalogue and preserve the work of Win Wenger, Ph.D., 1938-2021.

Message from Win Wenger

“I imagine each of us has something pretty special to say before it’s all over, but we never really get around to saying it. Certain times give us opportunity to reflect and then to express what our particular life is all about, or what special observation we really most wish to pass on…

“I fully intend to be around for many afternoons to come, but were I to die this afternoon, this is one thing I will want to have gotten said:

Hear one another out. Draw each other out. And when it’s your turn to be speaking, pay far more attention to what you are actually perceiving than to what you know. And don’t repeat yourself much. The universe is infinite:  by attending your own perceptions, you are infinite. And so also is that person you are drawing out. Even the least of us is a window on God, whatever your definition.

“This is more than just a sentiment. It is more than just my belief that this marks the main path to a more fully human future.”

— Win Wenger, Ph.D., 1938-2021

Win gave so much away freely during his lifetime. He died in 2021. Through these pages he continues to offer his curiosity, his wisdom, his gentle encouragement to the world, without charge. Please consider making a donation to help cover the health care, home care, and funeral costs that still weigh on his family.

  1. Those who remember Win’s original website (viewable here through the magic of the Wayback Machine) may wonder if we really transferred EVERYTHING. The answer is, not quite: we transferred everything that Win wrote, with the exception of time-sensitive items such as announcements of upcoming events; we also generally did not transfer articles that were not written by Win (with a few exceptions).

    The more historically-minded may wish to preserve the original site independent of the Wayback Machine; if that is the case for you, feel free to download a complete archive of the original site (but be patient… it’s a zipped file of 17mB).