GCA team member, Dr. Louise Lambert, developed and introduced a 14-week positive psychology intervention (PPI) program to university students from 39 different nations studying in the United Arab Emirates. Students were exposed to 18 different PPIs. Pre, post, and 3-month post measures were taken assessing hedonic and eudaimonic wellbeing, and beliefs regarding the fear and fragility of happiness. After 14 weeks, relative to a control group, participants exposed to the Happiness program reported higher levels of hedonic and eudaimonic wellbeing, and lower levels of fear of happiness and the belief that happiness is fragile. Boosts in life satisfaction and net-positive affect, and reduction of fear of happiness and the belief that happiness is fragile were maintained 3 months post-intervention. This work is an example of the effective implementation of positive psychology interventions in an educational context. The results were published in the peer-reviewed academic journal, Journal of Happiness Studies.