Category: Alumni Messenger

Become involved in the green economy

Become involved in the in the Green Economy! “A Greenprint for Prosperity” lecture by keynote speaker Daniel Wallach, Executive Director & Founder of Greensburg GreenTown in partnership with Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County will be given in CA on October 1 from 8:30 to 5 p.m., located at the Flamingo Resort & Spa,… Read more »

Government grant opportunities in pain management research

Government Grant Opportunities in Pain Management Research The following grant opportunity postings were made on the Find Opportunities service: HHS Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of HealthMechanisms, Models, Measurement, and Management in Pain Research (R21) Modification 1 HHS Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of HealthMechanisms, Models, Measurement, and… Read more »

Templeton Neuroscience Awards

Under the direction of Martin Seligman, and supported by a grant from the John Templeton Foundation, the Penn Positive Psychology Center has established the Templeton Positive Neuroscience Awards. We will award up to twenty, 2-year grants averaging $200,000 to talented young investigators pursuing neuroscientific research on topics including: Virtue, strength, and positive emotion: What are… Read more »

Idealist graduate school fairs

Idealist Grad-School Fairs If you, or anyone you know, is thinking of going to grad-school next year for a degree with social impact, there will be 17 fairs in North America this fall.Registration is Free At each fair, you can meet representatives from 50-200 graduate programs in fields such as Nonprofit Management, Education, Social Work,… Read more »

‘A Day of Wellness and Self-Care for Psychologists’ offered by San Francisco Psychological Association

San Francisco Psychological Association in conjunction with CLASP (Colleague Assistance and Support Program) invites all Bay Area Psychologists to: A Day of Wellness and Self-Care for Psychologists 2 CEUs The day will begin with invitation to experience mindfulness, followed by a walk, stroll or roll along the water. The lunch and presentations will be indoors… Read more »

Princeton Society of Fellows invites applications for 3-year postdoctoral fellowships

Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts invites applications for three-year postdoctoral fellowships for recent PhDs (from January 2007) in humanities or allied social sciences, 2010-2013. Three appointments to pursue research and teach half-time. Annual stipend: approx. $72,000. Application deadline: October 1, 2009. Open Fellowship; Fellowship in Humanistic Studies; Fellowship in Latin American Studies…. Read more »

Tenure track faculty position available in population and health

Dear Colleagues: I am pleased to announce the following faculty position involving Cells to Society (C2S): The Center on Social Disparities and Health, Institute for Policy Research, and the following Schools at Northwestern University: Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and Social Policy, and Feinberg School of Medicine. I would appreciate your… Read more »

Correction to recent blog entry

There was a recent, improper blog entry that announced that Bill Bruff had been licensed as a psychologist. This was erroneous and entered the blog without being edited by a member of the Alumni Association blog committee. Please forgive the error.

Saybrook at the APA, Day 3, Saturday the 8th

Access to abstracts: Saturday the 8th, Saybrook at the Toronto APA Convention Saybrook’s day at the APA began at 9 AM with a talk by Art Bohart, Ph.D., Saybrook Faculty Member titled, Psychotherapy Is Art Because Life Is Art, in the Psychotherapy as Art— Humanistic Perspectives on Creative Practice symposium. At 10 AM Dr…. Read more »