Category: Alumni Messenger

Alumna Rivka Meir, Ph.D. ’05 receives multiple awards and honors

Alumna Rivka Meir, Ph.D. has received multiple awards and honors since her graduation in 2005. As Stan Krippner stated, since leaving Saybrook, Rivka’s career in psychology has taken off. 2009 PSI CHI, Fordham University Chapter. For advancing members’ knowledge and excellence in all fields, including psychology. 2008 Fellow. American Psychological Association – Division of Group… Read more »

Annual alumni-sponsored Saybrook dinner at the APA convention Saturday, August 8, 6:00 PM, at Joe Badali’s in Toronto One block from the Convention Center. See the Dinner Menu. Saybrook will have a private or semi-private room. RSVP to [email protected] or 415-394-5968 Alumni and Faculty APA Presenters, please keep the Alumni Association informed of your scheduled presentations. They will be included on… Read more »

Alumna Heather Dermyer, Ph.D. ’09 to serve as a mind-body specialist for the US Olympic Education Center

Alumna Heather Dermyer, PhD ’09 to serve as a mind-body specialist for the Olympic Weightlifting, Speedskating, and Women’s Freestyle Wrestling teams at the United States Olympic Education Center (USOEC) in Marquette, Michigan. The USOEC is the only Olympic training center in the country that enables their athletes to earn a college education en route of… Read more »

Call for Proposals-Global Citizenship for the 21st Century Call for Proposals Global Citizenship for the 21st Century The 21st Century has ushered in new opportunities as well as great challenges to global citizenship. What are the practical and theoretical implications of global citizenship to communities and nations? This conference encourages interdisciplinary dialogue about global citizenship in all its variations and manifestations. Suggested… Read more »

Sustainable Enterprise 2009 | May 8th Conference

Dear Friends and Colleagues, This year’s conference is packed with information about opportunities to prosper in these challenging economic times: green financing, energy efficiency programs that drop your energy costs immediately, how to effectively market the good work you’re doing, and how to green your career. We’ve got some last minute great ticket deals and… Read more »

Executive faculty member Ruth Richards awarded APA Division 10 (Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts) Arnheim Award for Lifetime Achievement

“The award…helps to underscore the importance of Creativity Studies, and everyday creativity in our lives and toward a better world.” Dr. Ruth Richards From Division 10’s Committee Chair: “It is my absolute honor and delight to let you know that you have been selected as the 2009 Arnheim Award winner. Amidst VERY impressive competition, the… Read more »

Saybrook announces affiliation with Center for Mind-Body Medicine

Press Release: Saybrook graduate school and the Center for Mind-Body Medicine announce educational affiliation for groundbreaking graduate education in healthcare and the appointment of James S. Gordon, M.D., as dean of Saybrook’s future college of mind-body medicine. San Francisco, Ca. and Washington D.C. (April 20, 2009): Dr. Lorne M. Buchman, President of Saybrook Graduate School… Read more »