Dr. Shane J. Lopez examines the measurement of wellbeing (youth and adult) as well as its economic implications.
Dr. Lopez is Senior Scientist in Residence at the Gallup Organization and Resident Director of the Clifton Strengths School. He specializes in hope and strengths enhancement for students from preschool through college graduation, advocating a whole-school strengths model that also builds the strengths expertise of educators, parents, and youth development organizations. He was also architect of the Gallup Student Poll.
At this talk, Dr. Lopez examines the measurement of wellbeing (youth and adult) as well as its economic implications.
The purpose of Positive Fridays (affectionately called "TGIPF" for short) is to build community and share research knowledge among the positive psychology master’s and doctoral students in the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University.
Lunch provided by TGIPF.
Positive Fridays website