Walter Truett Anderson, Ph.D

Walter Truett Anderson, Ph.D., is a political scientist, futurist, journalist and author of 17 books on a Walter Truett Andersonwide range of subjects including political and cultural change, technology and the environment. His most recent books are The Next Enlightenment: Integrating East and West in a New Vision of Human Evolution, and. All Connected Now: Life in the First Global Civilization

Since 2000 he has served as president of the World Academy of Art and Science, an international organization originally founded for the purpose of exploring the social consequences and policy implications of knowledge.

President, World Academy of Art and Science
Fellow, International Leadership Forum, La Jolla, CA
Fellow and Vice President, The Meridian International Institute, San Francisco/Ottawa
BOARD MEMBERSHIPS, ETC.:
Advisory Board, Rollo May Center for Humanistic Studies, San Francisco
Advisory Council, Toda Institute for Global Peace and Policy Research, Tokyo/Honolulu
Advisory Council, The Biofocus Foundation, Stockholm/Dublin
Board of Directors, Public Intelligence, Inc., Atlanta
BOOKS (selected list):
Growing up Globally: The Making of the 21st-Century Mind (in progress)
The Next Enlightenment
All Connected Now: Life in the First Global Civilization
The Future of the Self
Evolution Isn’t What It Used To Be
(Ed.) The Truth About the Truth
Reality Isn’t What It Used To Be
To Govern Evolution
EDITORIAL/JOURNALISTIC ACTIVITIES:
Board of Editors, Journal of Humanistic Psychology
International Advisory Board, Futures
Editorial Board, Constructivism in the Human Sciences
Editorial Board, Journal of Futures Studies
Articles, essays, poetry and reviews for numerous journals and magazines.
TEACHING (selected list; part-time only):
(Current) Distinguished consulting faculty, Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco
Fellow and faculty member, School of Management and Strategic Studies, La Jolla
Visiting lecturer, School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Political Science and Social Psychology, University of Southern California
M. A., Political Science, California State University, Northridge
B. A., Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
Dr. of Humane Letters (Hon.) Professional School of Psychology, Sacramento
Dr. of Humane Letters (Hon.) Saybrook Graduate School, San Francisco

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