Dr. Philip Zimbardo, along with our friends Andria Woodell and Brian Detweiler-Bedell, spoke about their experiences with the Heroic Imagination Project at their colleges at this year’s Western Psychological Association conference in Sacramento!
Congratulations to the presenters on a great turnout and fantastic presentations!
The symposium was titled:
THE HEROIC IMAGINATION PROJECT: EMPOWERING OTHERS TO BE POSITIVE AGENTS OF CHANGE
And featured these talks:
WHO YOU GONNA CALL? EVOLUTION AND SUCCESS OF THE
HEROIC IMAGINATION AT CENTRAL OREGON COMMUNITY
COLLEGE, Andria Woodell (Central Oregon Community College)
AN INSIDER’S PEEK AT ‘GIVING PSYCHOLOGY AWAY’:
OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES, Brian Detweiler-Bedell (Lewis and Clark College)
CREATING A NEW GENERATION OF GLOBAL HEROES, Philip
Zimbardo (Stanford University-Emeritus Professor)
Let us know on Twitter if you attended the symposium and what your biggest take away was!