USciences Honors Program hosts its Spring Colloquium Event
Featuring Dr. Dana Lightman, Founder of POWER Optimism
All students and faculty members are encouraged to attend.
Thursday, April 17,
"POWER Optimism: A Key to Job Success"
2-2:40 p.m. in McNeil
Science and Technology Center, AstraZeneca Auditorium
Dr. Dana Lightman, who is an author and specialist in the
fields of optimism and positive psychology, will be delivering a presentation
titled "POWER Optimism: A Key to Job Success," in which she will talk
to students and faculty members about focusing on positive practices to ensure
success on the job, and in general, learning to be happy by weeding out
Ten of Dr. Lightman's
books will be raffled out to 10 lucky audience members.
Meet the Speaker
3:30-4:30 p.m. in
Rosenberger Hall, room 101
More about the
speaker: Dr. Dana Lightman is an accomplished motivational keynote speaker
and trainer specializing in the field of optimism and positive psychology. She
brings over 25 years of experience as a presenter, psychotherapist, coach, and
educator to a wide range of audiences at conferences and conventions,
corporations, hospitals, non-profits, universities and schools. After earning
her doctorate in Behavioral Science, Dana created the POWER Optimism programs
in 2001, and published her first book, POWER
Optimism: Enjoy the Life You Have…Create the Success You Want in 2004,
followed by the No More Difficult People
Series in 2011. Dana has taught and lectured at the University of Pennsylvania,
Temple University, and Arcadia University and has appeared on television and
radio across the country.
For more information, please contact Rumya Venkateswaran
PharmD’18 at firstname.lastname@example.org
or associate professor Dr. Stephen T. Moelter at email@example.com.