SPSSI New York
March 19: The UN International Day of Happiness with H.E. Ambassador T. Hamid Al-Bayati, PhD
March 16: “My journey from creating Evil to now inspiring Heroism” with legendary Professor Philip G. Zimbardo, PhD
March 5: Jeffrey Deskovic, Esq., MA, Executive Director of The Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice on The Challenge of Wrongful Convictions
February 26: 1, 2, 3, SDG Rethinking poverty, food security, & public health systems: Healing people and the planet
Jan 28: NGOs at the United Nations ICP Video Screening and Discussion: "What is the history of NonGovernmental Organizations (NGOs) at the United Nations?"
Nov 7: The 39th Annual Symposium on Graduate School & Careers in Psychology
Nov 24: The 31st Greater New York Conference on Behavioral Psychology
On March 19, over 50 participants joined the 9th UN International Day of Happiness. H.E. Ambassador Hamid Al-Bayati chaired a forum with two other UN diplomats (Vlad Lupan, Adrian Neritani) and psychological scientists (Ashley V. Whillans, Elizabeth W. Dunn, Jiaying Zhao).
On March 16, 2021, up to 1,000 participants in 35 nations joined a global webinar with Stanford Professor Philip Zimbardo, speaking on “My journey from creating evil to now inspiring heroism,” marking the 50th anniversary of his 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment.
On March 5, 2021, a global webinar on “The challenge of wrongful convictions” featured four experts: Jeffrey Deskovic (NYC), Fabian Camano (Argentina), Ron Dalton (Innocence-Canada), and Robert Emmons (Fordham University).
On Jan 28, a video screening and discussion of "NGOs at the United Nations."
On October 8 at Fordham, 25 people joined a book-signing, with UCLA Professor Sean Young's new volume, "Stick with it" (Harper, 2017).
On Oct 4, 2017, at Fordham-Rose Hill, over 40 people in a forum on "Psychological science at the United Nations," heard 5 experts (l to r): Elaine Congress, Ani Kalayjian, Sowmya Kshtriya, Oruada Oruada, David Marcotte.
On Oct 3, 2017 at Fordham-Manhattan, over 40 people at a forum on "Environmental psychology: 50 years later," heard 7 experts: Harold Takooshian, Melissa Woroschinski, Susan Saegert, Arline Bronzaft, Tae Hong Park, Daniel Benkendorf, Peter Walker.
On Sept 14 at CUNY, over 30 people at a forum on "Publishing international work" hear Ambassador Hamid Al-Bayati and Editor Judy Kuriansky.
On Sept 18, over 50 people give a joyous thumbs-up for Dr. Olivia Hooker, who received a birthday cake marking her 101st birthday.
On Sept 17, Dr. Paul H. Elovitz chaired a workshop on psychohistory, in cooperation with the launch of the new JASPER (Journal for the Advancement of Scientific Psychoanalytic Empirical Research).
On Sept 16, Dr. Ani Kalayjian of www.meaningfulworld.com offered a Distinguished Lecture on her work on "15 years later: What is the legacy of 9-11?"
On July 21 at Fordham, during a month of killings of U.S. police officers and black civilians, London psychologist Monica Mendiratta met with NYC colleagues to speak on "Community confidence in police," based on her work at Scotland Yard.?
On May 6 at Fordham U, 14 Guardian Angels were among 45 participants in a forum on "Keeping New Yorkers safe." Panelists were Arnaldo Salinas, Ivan Cruz, Albert Bonilla, Brian B. Ostrowe, and Curtis Sliwa.
On May 7 at Pace U, 50 people participated in a symposium on "Engaging students in international work: Why and how." Panelists were Linda Lubranski (St. Joseph's College), Teresa M. Ober (CUNY), Maryam Zoma (Catholic Charities), Uwe P. Gielen (St Francis College).