HIP Symposium at WPA 2017

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!

 

Andria Woodell points to powerpoint Large audience of students watching presentation Brian Detweiler Bedell speaks to the audience, arm outstretched Dr. Zimbardo talks about his nonprofit, The Heroic Imagination Project

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