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Your curiosity brought you here. Stay and register to learn the science of awe (and how it's connected to resilience and wellbeing), and leave with practices you will actually use.
This 2-day event will explain the science of awe and attendees will learn ways to harness it in your daily life because importantly, experiencing awe and its benefits are not limited to going to places like the Grand Canyon, seeing the Eiffel Tower, or visiting the Great Barrier Reef.
Hosted in New York City, taking place virtually.
During this keynote address, Dacher Keltner will share the history, research, practices, and the significance of all things related to awe.
As a leader in research on awe, he will detail the impact awe can have on people with respect to resilience and positive mental health in both their professional and personal lives.
Michelle Shiota, PhD
Associated Professor, Department of Psychology, Arizona State University (USA)
Jennifer Stellar, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto - Mississauga (Canada)
David Bryce Yaden, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine USA)
Craig Anderson, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Scholar in Marketing, Olin Business School, Washington University in St. Louis (USA)
Click here to see the international list of more than 20 speakers
Click here to see the expert panelists.
Click here to see the full schedule.
Read more on awe before the event:
Why do we feel awe? (Greater Good)
What awe looks like in the brain (Greater Good)
Why scientists say experiencing awe can help you live your best life (NBC)
Researchers explore the science of awe (CNN)
Watch and learn about awe before the event:
Awe Is Such an Important Emotion (29:41; Dr. Dacher Keltner)
Let's Talk About Awe (4:39; Dr. Lani Shiota)
The Positive Effects of Positive Emotions (7:32; Dr. Jennifer Stellar)