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Day 1 of the Symposium focuses on Theology.
Day 2 of the Symposium focuses on Research.
Day 3 of the Symposium focuses on Practice.

2012 Confirmed speakers include: Nobel Laureate, John Nash; Dr. Frederick Frese; Dr. Richard Josiassen; Dr. Gunnar Christensen; Dr. Philip Janicak; Dr. Robert Kern; Dr. Roberta Payne; Dr. William Hetrick; Dr. Deborah Levy; with more to come!

All evening events are sponsored by the Lee Edward Travis Research Institute, the guiding research body of Fuller Seminaryʼs School of Psychology.

The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology, better known as the Integration Symposium, is an annual lectureship hosted by the School of Psychology featuring a nationally recognized scholar who focuses on a single integrative issue. Topics have ranged from aging and dementia to what Evangelicals can learn from Jung. The symposium is an academic gathering place in which integration can be tackled on an intellectual level. Students are given the opportunity to learn from scholars in many fields concerning the various intersections of theology and psychology.

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Day 1 of the Symposium focuses on Theology.
Day 2 of the Symposium focuses on Research.
Day 3 of the Symposium focuses on Practice.

2012 Confirmed speakers include: Nobel Laureate, John Nash; Dr. Frederick Frese; Dr. Richard Josiassen; Dr. Gunnar Christensen; Dr. Philip Janicak; Dr. Robert Kern; Dr. Roberta Payne; Dr. William Hetrick; Dr. Deborah Levy; with more to come!

All evening events are sponsored by the Lee Edward Travis Research Institute, the guiding research body of Fuller Seminaryʼs School of Psychology.

The Fuller Symposium on the Integration of Psychology and Theology, better known as the Integration Symposium, is an annual lectureship hosted by the School of Psychology featuring a nationally recognized scholar who focuses on a single integrative issue. Topics have ranged from aging and dementia to what Evangelicals can learn from Jung. The symposium is an academic gathering place in which integration can be tackled on an intellectual level. Students are given the opportunity to learn from scholars in many fields concerning the various intersections of theology and psychology.

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