Saturday, November 12, 2011

Expert in Creativity Studies -- Gerald J. Puccio -- SUNY Buffalo


Gerard J. Puccio
Chair and Professor

(716) 878-6223

Campus Address: Chase Hall 244 pucciogj@buffalostate.edu

Gerald J. Puccio, Ph.D., Department Chair and Professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, Buffalo State; a unique academic department that offers the world's only master of science degree in creativity. Gerard has written more than 40 articles, chapters and books. His most recent book, co-authored with his colleagues Mary Murdock and Marie Mance, is titled Creative Leadership: Skills that Drive Change. In recognition of his outstanding work as a scholar, Gerard received the State University of New York Chancellor's Recognition Award for Research Excellence and the President's Medal for Scholarship and Creativity.

Dr. Puccio is an accomplished speaker and consultant; he has worked with major corporations, universities, and numerous school districts. Some of his recent clients include Fisher-Price Brands, Sun Life Insurance, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Kraft Foods, Synovate (Market Research Firm), New Jersey Institute of Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology and the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has delivered creativity workshops and presentations around the world, in such countries as France, England, Spain, Italy, Tanzania, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Dominican Republic, and Canada. Gerard holds a Ph.D. in organizational psychology from the University of Manchester, England.

Dr. Puccio is an expert in creative problem solving (CPS), deferring judgment, and divergent thinking.

1 comment:

Gary Freedman said...

Mr friend Craig W. Dye earned his undergraduate degree at SUNY Buffalo.

Jeffrey S. Orchinik, Esq. (with whom I worked at the Philadelphia law firm of Sagot & Jennings) graduated summa cum laude with a degree in psychology from SUNY Buffalo.

http://www.doriangoldstein.com/Attorneys/Jeffery-S-Orchinik.shtml