Science for Peace Executive (2007-08)

President – Paul Hamel Vice-President – Judy Deutsch Secretary – Phyllis Creighton Treasurer – Wendy Devine At Large – Derek Paul At Large – Metta Spencer Science for Peace Board Members (2007-08) Adrian Kuzminski Mark Leith Lee Lorch Shaun Lovejoy Julia Morton-Marr Peter Nicholls Derek Paul Jim Prentice Floyd Rudmin Robert Russell Metta Spencer George … Read more Science for Peace Executive (2007-08)

New Book Release by Science for Peace Board Member

Problem Solving Psychotherapy: A Training Manual of an Integrative Model By Dr. Mark Leith About the Book Problem-Solving Psychotherapy… Integrates a number of existing psychotherapeutic and psychological models into a unique problem-solving format. Provides the therapist with pattern recognition and analytical skills through its clear, practical formulation method. Guides the therapist in the moment-to-moment technical … Read more New Book Release by Science for Peace Board Member

Walter Josephy 1920-2007

Walter Josephy, a long-time member of Science for Peace and many other progressive organizations, died in Guelph, Ontario, on Jan. 18, from liver failure, aged 86. Walter was born in the Baltic seaport of Rostock, Germany, in 1920. His parents, Heinrich Josephy and Lotte Marcus, came from prosperous Jewish families that were highly integrated into … Read more Walter Josephy 1920-2007

Norman Alcock, 1918-2007: Grieving, Remembering and Celebrating

On 31 March this year, 150 people from places near and far in Ontario converged at Port Sydney to pay their final respects to Norman Zinkan Alcock, founder of peace research in Canada, engineer, scientist, entrepreneur, husband, parent, grandparent, brother-in-law, uncle and friend. Norman’s widow, Pat, was present, her sisters, the Alcock children, Stephen, Christopher, … Read more Norman Alcock, 1918-2007: Grieving, Remembering and Celebrating

Military Related Research at the University of Western Ontario

The following is a presentation delivered to the University of Western Ontario’s University Research Board on May 8, 2007. UWO is collaborating with General Dynamics Land Systems-Canada to assess ballistic materials for the manufacture of light armoured military vehicles at its London facility. General Dynamics, with revenues of some $19 billion and 70,000 employees, is … Read more Military Related Research at the University of Western Ontario


Apart from the activities ongoing in our various working groups, Science for Peace is engaged in a number of new and continuing projects. For these projects, Science for Peace members are encouraged to participate through research, writing reports, preparing materials for our web site and for educational purposes, or helping to organize public events. In … Read more Editorial

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