Happiness is a right enshrined in our Declaration of Independence, but what does it mean and how do you do it? Many Americans think the answer is more money and a bigger Gross Domestic Product. College students say they are looking the jobs that pay the most, not those that contribute most to society. But psychologists the world over say that's short-sighted thinking. Happiness comes from many factors: service, security, access to nature, leisure, health, social connection, trust, etc.--not just material well being. Join the leaders of the Initiative, John de Graaf, author of "Affluenza," and the forthcoming "What's the Economy for Anyway?" and Laura Musikanski, Executive Director of Sustainable Seattle, as they talk about the science of happiness, how you can learn just how well you're doing, and how Edmonds Community College can conduct a Happiness Initiative during the next school year.