ProfessorÂ PhD –Â Faculty of Philosophy and Political Sciences, â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University of Iasi (ROMANIA)
PhD Professor graduated from the Institute of Architecture (Bucharest) and from the Faculty of Philosophy (Iasi), Philosophical Doctor (specialization: logic & semiotics).Â He is a currently full professor at the Faculty of Philosophy and Political Sciences, â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University of Iasi, where he teaches semiotics and its application, the philosophy of creation, etc. and coordinates doctoral papers in the field of semiotics and creatology.Â He is a senior scientific researcher (at National Inventics Institute, in Iasi, the President of AROSS (Romanian Association for Semiotic Studies), president of â€śStefan Odoblejaâ€ť Foundation, a Vice-president of ANATECOR, associated professor at AKAMAI Univerity (USA), a member of about 10 international scientific and professional associations. He sustained over 250 scientific (inter)national meetings, he has (co)authored 30 books and has received over 25 awards, medals and excellence diplomas for his research, books and inventions.
PhD – Institute of Philosophical Practice (branch in Moscow) (RUSSIA)
She is affiliated toÂ Institute of Philosophical Practice (branch in Moscow) â€“ since 2010; Researcher at the Moscow Research Institute of Child Development. Leading numerous projects with school and kindergarten teachers. Since 2010 she has been developing philosophical practice in Russia and abroad (Norway, Turkey, Holland, Greece, Germany, Belgium, Thailand, Cambodia), conducting individual consultations and facilitating workshops with children and adults in the centers of children development, schools, universities, business organizations, etc. Since several years, she is a consultant in business organizations working on a system of arguments evaluation for the candidates applying for top management positions.She is organizing and teaching the course â€śPhilosophical Counselingâ€ť at the psychology department of Moscow Institute of Distance Education, working with students and professors on the art of questioning. Since 2014 â€“ developing experimental course â€śCritical Thinkingâ€ť for elementary school at the Center of children development â€śBaby-clubâ€ť that will be implemented in 2014 Since 2013 â€“ specialist on systems of quality management at the fashion company â€śCarlo Pazoliniâ€ť, applying practical philosophy for personnel recruitment. Since 2014 â€“ co-facilitator of the 2 year program on â€śPhilosophical counselingâ€ť at the Institute of Psychoanalysis in Moscow
Professor PhD – Department of Bioethics of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (USA)
Sana Loue is a professor in the Department of Bioethics of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.Â She holds secondary appointments in Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Biostatistics, and Global Health and serves as the Vice Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity. Dr. Loue holds degrees in epidemiology (PhD), medical anthropology (PhD), social work (MSSA), secondary education (MA), public health (MPH) and theology (MA). She is a licensed lawyer, a licensed independent social worker and an ordained interfaith minister. She has conducted research domestically and internationally, focusing on HIV risk and prevention, severe mental illness, family violence, and research ethics. She has authored or edited more than 30 books and more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles.
Founding Chairman and President of the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care and is the current and founding Executive Director and President of CooperRiis Healing Community (USA)
Previously, he had worked for 14 years at Gould Farm, Americaâ€™s oldest therapeutic community for individuals recovering from mental illness.Â He was also the founding Executive Director of Rose Hill in Michigan which opened in 1992 and of Gateway Homes of Richmond, Virginia which opened in 1986. He was the founding Program Director of Gould Farmâ€™s Boston Program, the past founding president of the REACH Community Health Foundation, Vice President of Planning and Development for Northern Berkshire Health Systems, President of the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and Adjunct Professor of Philanthropy for the Visionaries Institute of Suffolk University. His holds a MBA with a focus on non-profit creation and management and a BA in philosophy. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa.
Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hopewell (USA)
Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Hopewell (USA) , a therapeutic farm community serving adults with mental illness He was previously with Crisis & Counseling Centers, a community behavioral health center located in Augusta, Maine, where he was CEO for seven years. He received both his BS and MSW degrees from The Ohio State University and completed training at the US Army Academy of Health Sciences.Â Rick was recognized for his outstanding work in the mental health field when he was named the 2007 Professional of the Year by the Maine Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He has served as Chair of the (Maine) Governors Substance Abuse Services Commission and has been an adjunct Social Work instructor at Ohio State University and Case Western Reserve University. He has contributed to various professional journals addressing mental health issues and practice areas.
Professor PhD –Â Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest (ROMANIA)
Born in Bucharest, on February 11, 1952, Professor Dan CRACIUN, PhD, teaches Business Ethics and Applied Social Psychology at the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest. He published in Romanian and English 9 books on moral philosophy, business ethics and social psychology, as well as more than 40 articles, studies, and scientific papers. Professor Craciun has translated from English to Romanian almost 20 major books, written by prominent British and American authors, in various fields, such as philosophy, psychology, economy, game theory, history of science and technology. He has been granted by the British Council Romania two research scholarships in England, at Newnham College, Cambridge, and New College, Oxford.
Professor PhD – “Stefan cel Mare” University of Suceava (ROMANIA)
Professor PhD at Stefan cel Mare University, teaching International Law and International Human Rights Law. LLM in International Law, Notre Dame University, USA. PhD in International Private Law, â€śAL. I. Cuzaâ€ť University, Iasi, lawyer, Iasi Bar of Barristers. Interested in the field of Bioethics and Human Rights, member of the Romanian Bioethics Society, co-author of the books: â€śBioethics, the Sciences of Life and Human Rightsâ€ť and â€śFrom Bioethics to Biolaw. An Introduction to Biolawâ€ť (G.Scripcaru, A. Ciuca, V. Astarastoaie, C.Scripcaru). Visiting professor at PanthĂ©on-Assas University, Paris II, France.
Published books: Drept international public Â (Public International Law)Â - Cugetarea Publishing House, Iasi, 2000,Â -2nd edition, Axis Foundation Publishing,Iasi, 2005.
Statut personal si nationalitate in dreptul international privat (Personal status and nationality in private international law), Editura Fundatiei Axis, Iasi, 2005.
Protectia internationala a drepturilor omului (International protection of human rights)
Sanvialy Publishing, Iasi, 2nd edition inÂ 2005, Axis Foundation Publishing, IasiÂ 3rd edition, 2009, Axis Foundation Publishing, Iasi.
Drepturile omului-un mozaic europeanÂ (Human Rights â€“a European Mosaic), PIM Publishing, Iasi, 2012, Deontologie judiciara. Syllabus. Sedcom Libris Publishing, Iasi, (co-autor).
Persoana fizica Ă®n dreptul international public. Prolegomene (The Individual in International Public Law . Prolegomene), PIM Publishing, 2014.
Professor PHD –Â â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University from Iasi, Department of Philosophy, Iasi (ROMANIA)
Professor at the â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University from Iasi, Department of Philosophy. Has lectures of Medieval Philosophy and The History and Philosophy of Religions (at the specialization Philosophy, in the BA programme of studies), Reason and Faith (at the specialization Philosophy, in the MA programme of studies), Europe of Religions (at the specialization European Studies of Integration and Security, in the MA programme of studies), Social Order and Religious Violence (at the specialization Security of Community and Violence Control, in the MA programme of studies), Theories of Interpretation (at the specialization Philosophy, Ph.D. School). Coordinates Ph.D. theses in the field of Medieval Philosophy and Philosophy of Religions.
Deputy dean at the Faculty of Philosophy and Social â€“ Political Sciences from the â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University from Iasi.
Is part of the editorial board of some magazines: Convorbiri literare (Literary Conversations), Analele stiintifice ale Universitatii din Craiova (Scientific Annals of the University of Craiova) (section of Philosophy), Analele stiintifice ale Universitatii â€žStefan cel Mareâ€ť din Suceava (Scientific Annals of the â€śStefan cel Mareâ€ť University from Suceava) (section of Philosophy), European Journal of Science and Theology. Is member in Scientific Council of the Publishing House Institutul European from Iasi and is part of the Scientific Council of the County Library â€śGh. Asachiâ€ť from Iasi.
Published books: Schita pentru o istorie subiectiva a filosofiei (Sketch for a Subjective History of Philosophy), Junimea Publishing House, Iasi, 1999; Filosofia substantei (Philosophy of Substance), Institutul European Publishing House, Iasi, 1997; Literatura si Filosofie Crestina (Christian Literature and Philosophy), Fides Publishing House, Iasi, 1997; Filosofie (Philosophy), Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 1997. second edition revised and with additions, Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 1999; Filosofia Sfantului Augustin (The Philosophy of Saint Augustine), Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 2001; Filosofie. Teste-grila pentru bacalaureat (Philosophy. Tests for the Exam of Maturity), Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 2003 (coauthor); Filosofie. Sinteze, comentarii, teste grila (Philosophy. Synthesis, Comments, Tests), Polirom Publishing House, Iasi, 2006, (coauthor); [si] Filosofia lui Camil Petrescu ([And] the Philosophy of Camil Petrescu), Timpul Publishing House, Iasi, 2008; Cum viseaza filosofii (How Philosophers Dream), ALL Publishing House, Bucuresti, 2008; Filosofie si Teologie la SfĂ˘ntul Augustin (Philosophy and Theology in Saint Augustine), Publishing House of the Romanian Academy, Bucuresti, 2009; Fenomenologia celuilalt (Cazul Platon – Banchetul) (The Phenomenology of the Other (the Case of Plato â€“ Symposium), Publishing House of the Romanian Academy, Bucuresti, 2011.
PhD – Marmara University Faculty of Business Administration (TURKEY)
(PhD) is working in Marmara University Department of Business Administration (Lectured in English), Sub Department of Organizational Behavior. She has bachelor degree from Istanbul University Faculty of Economics, Department of Public Administration. She had masterâ€™s degree of Human ResourcesÂ Management and Development and has doctorate degree of Organizational Behavior. Her academic research studies include the organizational behavior, management andÂ organization, industrial and organizational psychology, human resources management, organizational culture and leadership. She has authored a number of academic research studies in academic journals and international conferences on these subjects.
Professor Ph.DÂ –Â â€śStefan cel Mareâ€ť University ofÂ Suceava (ROMANIA)
Currently works as Professor Ph.D at the â€śStefan cel Mareâ€ť University from Suceava, and as a Researcher at the Lumen Research Centre in Humanistic Social Sciences in Ia?i (Romania). He was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Center for Ethics and Health Policy of â€śGr. T. Popaâ€ť University from Iasi. He has a BA in Philosophy and another BA in Social Work from â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University, an MA in Probation and Social Reintegration from â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University, and a PhD in Philosophy from the â€śAl. I. Cuzaâ€ť University in Ia?i (Romania). His main areas of interest include ethics, bioethics, social work, social philosophy. He authored more than 15 books in Social Work, Philosophy, and Applied Ethics, more than 8 articles in Scientific Journals covered in Thomson Reuters and more than 50 other scientific articles.