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Tuesday, January 03, 2017
CGU's School of Social Science, Policy, and Evaluation brings two major events to the university campus this month in the fields of evaluation and positive psychology. The two events overlap on two fundamental global questions:
"How do we create a positive, meaningful impact in the world? How do we measure the effectiveness of our efforts?"
January 9-14: The Evaluators' Institute
For the first time since The Evaluators' Institute was acquired by the university in 2015, TEI is coming to campus for a week-long series of programs and trainings in evaluation, which will be available to students and professionals.
TEI serves as one of three evaluation legs in the university's pioneering program, which helps individuals, companies, institutions, and governments to assess the effectiveness of policies and programs.
For more about the January 9-14 schedule and to register, visit: www.cgu.edu/pages/4546.asp
January 21: WPPA Conference
The second annual Western Positive Psychology Association conference will take place at the university on January 21.
The one-day conference is organized under the theme of "Positive Psychology for Societal Impact" and will feature panel events on positive psychology in work and organizations, diverse contexts, and much more.
As is true of evaulation, the university is a recognized leader in positive psychology, a field that considers the foundations and applications of human fulfillment and helping societies to thrive.
For more information on the day's program, visit: www.cgu.edu/pages/4546.asp
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