Talks that Inspire, Educate and Resonate
Saturday, Oct. 18 from 2:15 to 3:30 p.m.
Watters Theater, Fine Arts Building
The Alumni Association is proud to present TIER Talks, a speaker series that will inform and inspire you, featuring dynamic faculty, alumni and special guests. At Homecoming 2014, we launch the series with "Rethinking Success: Thriving in the Modern World."
What does success mean to you? If the game of life ended today, would you be a winner? Our accomplished speakers will share how the following relate to happiness: better relationships, forgiveness, creativity, mindfulness and avoiding negative self-esteem that comes with focusing on wealth. You'll leave with "next steps" intended to radically change your perspective. A casual reception afterward will provide opportunities to meet the speakers and ask questions. There is no cost to attend but we ask that you please register online so we know to expect you.
Kimberly Jaussi, PhD
Associate Professor, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Binghamton University School of Management
Fellow, Center for Leadership Studies
Matthew D. Johnson, PhD
Professor of Psychology, Binghamton University
Director, Marriage and Family Studies Laboratory
Frederic Luskin '76, PhD
Director, Stanford Forgiveness Project
Author of Forgive for Good, published by Harper Collins
Christopher Morgan-Knapp, PhD
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Binghamton University
Michael Finkelstein, MD
Author of 77 Questions for Skillful Living
Founder of SunRaven, a holistic healing and learning center