The American Psychological Association (APA) selected Fielding faculty member, Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD, as the incoming editor of Psychology of Popular Media. The journal focuses on peer-reviewed research into popular culture and general media influences on individual, group, and system behavior.

Media psychologist, Dr. Aiden Hirshfield, focuses on the intersection of media and gender diversity, looking at the ways individuals use and engage with emerging media technology to explore and validate their identities.

Monique Morris, EdD
Making films and giving TED talks about the disproportionate punishment of black girls in school.

Jennifer Nosker, the Chair of the Board Scholarship recipient, was inspired to serve on Student Governance because she felt “it was important for all voices to be heard in the decision-making processes that impact students.”

Clinical Psychology student, Erinn Cameron, was drawn to Fielding because of its commitment to providing educational opportunities for diverse and non-traditional populations of students.

Giving Voice to Women’s Issues

Fielding alum and award-winning author, Dr. Lynne Schmidt, aligns her research with her passion. She is the author of "Shift Into Thrive: Six Strategies for Women to Unlock the Power of Resiliency." Dr. Schmidt's writing and research is focused on giving voice to women and women’s issues.

Dr. Orlando Taylor, a national leader on issues pertaining to diversity and inclusion in higher education, talks about Fielding's CASL program.

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