Philip G. Zimbardo
"Philip Zimbardo was born in 1933 and grew up in the South Bronx ghetto of New York City in a poor, uneducated Sicilian-American family. From this experience he learned that people, not material possessions, are our most valuable resource, that diversity should be embraced because it enriches us, and that education is the key to escaping poverty. His education began in New York Public School 52 and later included Monroe High School (with classmate Stanley Milgram), Brooklyn College (published his first research article on race relations), and Yale University for his Ph.D. (in 1959). Dr. Zimbardo has been on the faculty at Yale, New York University, Columbia University, and Stanford University, where he has been a professor since 1968." 
- Executive Committee, Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
- Honorary Member, World Innovation Foundation
- Winner of 2005 Prize from the Foundation of Dagmar and Vaclav Havel
Resources and articles
- Ellen Langer - student
- "What You Didn't Know about the Stanford Prison Experiment", 2008.
- Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education Executive Committee, organizational web page, accessed March 21, 2013.