Ketnote Speakers Prof. Thalma Lobel Professor at the school of psychological sciences , Tel Aviv University Speech Title: Whatever Works: The Small things that enhance our performance and reduce stress at work Prof. Thalma Lobel received her Ph.D. in Psychology from Tel Aviv University and her post doctoraltraining from Harvard University. Prof. Lobel has served as Head of the Psychology Department and as the Dean of Students of Tel Aviv University. As Dean of students prof. Lobel was in charge of many social involvement programs of Tel Aviv University aimed to decrease the gaps in the Israeli society. Her area of interests are social development, gender differences and gender related inferences and judgments,cross cultural issies in gender role development Associate Professor Brian Lee Associate Professor at Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore. Speech Title: Impact of ChatGPT on Social Science Education Associate Professor Brian Lee is the Head of Communication Programme at Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore. He teaches and conducts applied research in social media and strategic communication. One of his research papers, “the Internet Commerce Models in Asia,” was awarded the top paper at the Pacific Telecommunications Council’s Essay Prize (USA) in 2001. Brian has also served as an adjunct faculty at Nanyang Technological University and Singapore Management University previously. Prof Lee holds a doctoral degree in Communication and Information from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and a Master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of Texas at Austin, USA. Highlighted Speakers Dr. Elvan Kiremitçi-Canıöz Dr. Elvan Kiremitçi-Canıöz studied in the Department of Psychology, Ankara University. Elvan currently works as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology, Balıkesir University. She does research in Social Psychology. Her research interests are well-being, mindfulness, helping behaviour, and seasonality. Dr. Michael SubbeyDr. Michael Subbey, an inclusionist, is a Senior lecturer, an editor and Head of the Department of Early Childhood Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana, where he as well obtained his Ph.D. in Special Education in 2015. His thesis works examined teacher attitudes, knowledge and beliefs about inclusive education. Dr. Ruby TohDr. Ruby Toh is Principal Researcher, Institute for Adult Learning, Singapore University of Social Sciences. Her research interests are in career, employment, employability, employment facilitation, labour mobility, adult learning, and wellbeing. She has a Ph.D. in Economics from National University of Singapore. Ass. Prof. Brighty RobertAssistant Professor Brighty Robert is currently working at an in History, Carmel College Mala, and Kerala, India. She has 4 years’ experience in college. she completed her post-graduation in Central University of Hyderabad and M.phil in SSUS, Kalady. She specialised in Modern History especially Indian History. She presented various papers in international conference and journals. Past Speakers Prof. Lorenzo CherubiniProfessor Lorenzo Cherubini’s research is concentrated in teacher development, policy analysis (Indigenous education), and English Education and is funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (awarded more than $345,000 in funding). He has published over 120 articles/proceedings and presented more than 100 papers across North America, Europe, South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Prof. SURAUD Marie-Gabrielle Prof. SURAUD Marie-Gabrielle is the Professeure of Sciences de la Communication, Laboratoire CERTOP, Université de Toulouse, in FRANCE Her Research themes are Technological risks, Public space, Civic contestation, Ecological transition Also she is Teaching Public consultation, Research transition, Environmental public policy, Public policy of academic research Ms. Ivana ČavarMs. Ivana Čavar received her master’s degree in sociology in 2015 at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and is currently a PhD candidate at the same faculty. Since 2018, she is a teaching assistant at the Chair of Sociology at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb. Her areas of Interest are industrial sociology, sociology of work, education, political sociology. Ms. Julia de Freitas SampaioMs. Julia de Freitas Sampaio is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology at the Humboldt University of Berlin. She funded by the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung. She is also interested in migration, identity, gender, and ethnic studies. Ms. Saniya.S. PaddalwarMs. Saniya.S. Paddalwar is a third year B. Com student at IFIM University and simultaneously pursuing CPA. She is presently an International Taxation intern at Sharma Marcus & Associates LLC. She aims to earn a Master's degree in Accounting, followed by a doctorate in Wealth Management. Her fields of interest are M&A, Financial Management and Financial Markets. Mr. Emmanuel Ayobami Oluwabunmi Mr. Emmanuel Ayobami Oluwabunmi is graduated from the Political Science & International Relations at Igbinedion University, Okada, Nigeria as a Master of Science (M.Sc), He is also Bachelor of Science, Political Science at the University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria. His Current Position is a Doctoral Candidate/Research Assistant in the Department of Political Science, Igbinedion University, Okada, Nigeria. His areas of Interests Are Research Methods, Peace and Conflict, Security and Strategic Studies. His award is Scholarship award for PhD program 2020. Mr. Toshinari BabaMr. Toshinari Baba is a G12 student in New International School of Japan. His paper, “A Simulation of COVID-19 Transmission until the Steady State Using Graph Algorithm” will be published in Journal of Software in May 2022. Simulation, psychology, and game theory are his interests. His hobby is writing a novel.