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Winning: The Art of Succeeding in Relationships & Life
Wed, May 10, 2017, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT
Why do people with high I.Q.'s often flounder while those of modest I.Q.'s do surprisingly well? Why do nice people have more fun and appear to be more succesful at work and in love? Can one learn to be nice or be empathetic? Drawing on her background in education and psychology, the instructor will encourage interactive participation with real life stories and anecdotes and will help you find the answers to these and many other questions.
Dr. Barbara Rosoff holds a Bachelor’s Degree cum laude from Brandeis University (major: Near Eastern and Judaic Studies; a Master’s Degree summa cum laude from Monmouth University (Pedagogy); and a Doctorate First Prize in Dissertation Rutgers University (Education/Psychology). She also attended Hebrew University (Jerusalem, Israel) and Jewish Theological Seminary (New York City). She is an Adjunct Professor at Rutgers University and Fairleigh Dickinson University and has taught, lectured, and published extensively in the fields of pedagogy, religion, and psychology (notably Albert Einstein). Inducted into Kappa Delta Pi (Honor Society in Education) and Phi Delta Kappa Professional Honor Society in Graduate Education, and is in “Who’s Who in American Universities” and Who’s Who in American Education.”