Tag: Social Transformation

Saybrook Alumna Dr. Lezlie Kinyon’s (Ph.D. ’06) Poem Set to Music and to be Included on Harper Diana Rowan’s CD


Saybrook Alumna and Homepage newsletter editor, Lezlie Kinyon, to be honored in another field! Harper Diana Rowan will include Lezlie’s poem Calypso on her new CD (currently being recorded in Bulgaria, with traditional musicians). From Lezlie: Diana Rowan is amazing! Her site is sirenharp.com I cannot tell you how honored & really thrilled I am about this!… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus and First Saybrook Graduate Dr. Bart Billiings (Ph.D. ’74) Announces Speaker Positions for 20th Annual International Military and Civilian Combat Stress Conference


Dear Saybrook Community Member: Click Here to see the flyer for the 2012 Combat Stress Conference. We  have openings for presenters. Page two of the flyer allows speakers to indicate their first and second choice (in terms of day and time) for when they wish to speak. At this moment we have room for three six-hour… Read more »

Saybrook Alumnus Dr. Michael Mayer (Ph.D. ’77) Presents Two Spring Workshops


Dr. Michael Mayer Presents: Integral Living in an Uncertain World March 24 Orinda, CA. This weekend workshop will give you tools for dealing with troubled times. I’ll be giving a preview of material from my upcoming book, and I’ll be doing this workshop with a talented colleague and neuropsychologist, Dr. Jim Bramson. 10-4 PM  Orinda,… Read more »

Alumnus Dr. Steven Kull (Ph.D.) ’80 Releases New Edition of WorldPublicOpinion.org


  American Public Opposes Israel Striking Iran If Israel and Iran Have Military Conflict, Americans Say US Should Stay Out A new poll finds that only one in four Americans favors Israel conducting a military strike against Iran’s nuclear program. Seven in ten (69%) favor the US and other major powers continuing to pursue negotiations… Read more »

Saybrook Alumna Dr. Dana Klisanin (Ph.D. ’03) Publishes Results of Research on the CyberHero


Greetings Saybrook Community: I’m contacting all the groups that participated in my cyberhero research to let them know that the research has recently been published.   Click Here to see the Research Results   I hope all are doing wonderfully!   Dana Klisanin

Saybrook Alumna Dr. Renee Levi (Ph.D. ’03) to Offer Tele-Seminar on Spirit of Place March 22


  Genius Loci: The Spirit of Place A Complementary Tele-Seminar offered by The Powers of Place Initiative and The Assisi Institute featuring Dr. Renee Levi and Dr. Michael Conforti Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 4:00 – 5:00 PM (EST) To Register: call: (802) 254-6220 or e-mail: [email protected] Renee Levi and Michael Conforti will explore multiple dimensions… Read more »

13th Annual White Privilege Conference

In past years, members of the Saybrook community have been involved with the annual White Privilege Conference. All are invited to attend the upcoming event next March. Intersectionality: Vision, Commitment,and Sustainable Partnerships March 28-31, 2012Albuquerque Convention CenterAlbuquerque, New MexicoHosted by: New Mexico Equity and Social Justice Alliance Speakers will include: Heidi BeirichDirector of Research, Southern… Read more »

Building the World We Want: A 1-Day Course

The Metta Center for Nonviolence is offering a one-day course called Building the World We Want exploring Gandhi’s ‘Constructive Programme’. Saturday, December 17, 2011 9 am – 5:30 pm  8115 Middlefield Drive, Petaluma, California “My real politics is constructive work.”  –M.K. Gandhi  What was “Constructive Programme?”  Why did Gandhi consider it the keystone of his campaign… Read more »

US Human Rights Network Annual Conference in Los Angeles – Dec. 9-11

The US Human Rights Network has a broad appeal to members of the Saybrook community, covering a wide range of rights issues from a human-centered perspective. US Human Rights Network Building a People-Centered Human Rights Movement! 2011 National Human Rights Conference and Membership Meeting December 9 – 11, 2011 Radisson LAX Hotel Los Angeles, California Forces in… Read more »

Conference Alerts notifies academics of upcoming events

Conference Alerts is a valuable resource for academics. Users subscribe (for free) to receive e-mail notifications about upcoming conferences and events. These alerts can be individually tailored to correspond with various interest areas, available dates, and preferred conference destinations worldwide. It is also possible to add events to the Conference Alerts database to share with… Read more »