2010-2011 Appearances

November, 2011

Dr. Michael G. Zey’s article “Virtual Mentoring: The Challenges And Opportunities Of Electronically-Mediated Formal Mentor Programs,” appeared in the Review of Business Research, a peer-reviewed publication published by the International Association of Business and Economics.

October, 2011

Dr. Michael G. Zey will be speaking at the annual conference of the International Association of Business and Economics, to be held Oct 16-19, 2011 in Las Vegas Nevada. His topic will be “Virtual Mentoring: The Challenges And Opportunities Of Electronically-Mediated Formal Mentor Programs.”

Dr. Zey has been invited to speak at the 4th World Medical Tourism and Global Healthcare Congress to be held Oct. 24-26, 2011,in Chicago, Ill. The topic would be the impact of superlongevity on society, healthcare systems, and the economy. 

September, 2011

Michael G. Zey, Ph.D, will be speaking on a panel exploring the impact of new technologies on social networking at the Social Media Summit 2011, hosted by Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, September 11, 2011.
He will appear on the panel “The Future of Social Networking: 140 Characters at a Time.” 

May, 2011

Michael Zey’s article, “America Needs a 21st Century Healthcare System,” appeared in the May 20, 2011 edition of the N.J. Daily Record. The article can be read at this link: http://www.medicaltravelcr.com/44/

January, 2011

Invited to appear on the “Straight Talk” television program with W.L. Lillard on StarPlanet TV. The topic of the program is the social, economic, and political impact of universal healthcare.

Dec. , 2010

AOL interviewed Dr. Zey on an article dealing with the poor number of jobs created during the current recession. The article’s title is “New Unemployment Numbers Devastating But Not Debilitating,” by Lisa Johnson Mandell, The article appeared on AOL on Dec. 3, 2010. http://jobs.aol.com/articles/2010/12/03/new-unemployment-numbers-devastating-but-not-debilitating/

On December 13, 2010 Michael G. Zey, Ph.D. appeared on the Larry Shiller’s “Unconventional Wisdom” e broadcast on Cox Radio’s Newstalk 1400 WSTC and 1350 WNLK in Fairfield County, Connecticut and podcast internationally. Podcast: http://www.shillermath.com/unconventionalwisdomradio/showmp3s/20101206hour1.mp3

October, 2010

In October, 2011, Michael Zey appeared on the program “A Touch of Grey” hosted by Carole Marks,a nationally-broadcast program that runs on major stations such as New York’s talk radio station 970 AM The Apple. He discussed prospects for the human species reaching true superlongevity.

August, 2010

Michael G. Zey appeared on a television program called “Foot Notes,” broadcast in the US and internationally on the EBRU Network. The program was devoted to his book “Ageless Nation.” The program was hosted by Kimberly Austin. The program dealt with human enhancement technologies, superlongevity, and the health care debate. The program originally aired August, 2010 and continues to air via TV and online podcasts. http://ebru.tv/en/genres/TalkShow/footnote/episodes/5/511-michael-zey

July, 2010

In July 2010 Michael Zey appeared on the program “Fresh Focus,” with Diane Bakos. The program is broadcast in the US and internationally on the EBRU Network. Also appearing on the program was Steven Leslie, of The Economist magazine. The topic of the program was the direction the housing market. Dr. Zey took the position that housing prices would continue dropping throughout 2010-2011. http://www.ebru.tv/en/genres/TalkShow/fresh-outlook/episodes/3/302-housing-market-recovery-2011

On July 9, 2010. Dr. Michael G. Zey spoke at the 2010 annual conference of the World Future Society held at the The Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, Mass. The topic of his talk was “Revitalizing the American Economy.”

March, 2010

Michael G. Zey, Ph.D. was selected as the National Future Trends analyst for internet mega-newspaper Examiner.com. His articles will appear periodically on the website. http://www.examiner.com/future-trends-in-national/michael-zey


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