The Erasmus Happiness Economics Research Organisation (EHERO) will hold the European Happiness Days conference at Erasmus University Rotterdam from March 20 – 22, 2017. The main theme of the conference is The Value of Happiness: A World To Win. The aim of the European Happiness Days is to bring together an international group of researchers, policy makers, and business leaders with an interest […]
The German Association for Positive Psychology Research (DGPPF) will hold their second conference at the University of Trier from June 8 – 10, 2017. The conference theme is “How People Grow: Positive Psychological Development of Individual, Organization, and Society.”
UPDATE: Abstract submissions are now closed.
Visit the DGPPF website for further information. Should you have questions, please contact Prof. Dr. Michaela Brohm (President) […]
Starting in September 2017, Bucks New University will be launching a Master of Science program in Mental Health and Well-being in Education. This is a three year, part-time, distance learning program suitable for a range of professions, such as head teachers, teachers, social workers, school nurses, and educational psychologists. Applicants will usually be already working in, or in support of, the […]
The School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences will hold a conference on Well-being in Education: A Topic of Research for the Humanities and the Social Sciences in Paris, France from October 2 – 4, 2017.
The conference will address three themes:
Theoretical and practical approaches to well-being in education
Promoting well-being through physical and digital learning environments
Developing cooperation in […]
What makes for an exceptional positive organizational intervention?
We are very excited to announce the 2017 Positive Organizational Intervention Challenge, a competition for IPPA members to submit innovating positive psychology interventions for the workplace. Students, researchers and practitioners, individually or in small teams of up to three people, can develop a broadly applicable intervention based on established research findings and can then […]