Fielding Graduate University is pleased to present the 2020 Creative Longevity and Wisdom Outstanding Scholar Practitioner Award to the Ace of Cups Band. Formed in the 1960s as the first all-female rock band, band members reunited in their sixties over the last decade, producing two albums and leading advocacy efforts in support of positive aging.

Dr. Richard Yao is a graduate of Fielding's Clinical Psychology program. As a Chinese Filipino American, Dr. Yao will be the first person of color to lead the CSUCI campus of 6,943 students and 995 faculty and staff as of fall 2020.

The prestigious award was given to the WFP for its role in combatting hunger and the use of starvation as a weapon of war. Fielding alum, Dr. George Fedha, has been a leader with the WFP for over a decade.

The agreement aims to benefit infant and early childhood mental health practitioners and families interested in fostering a developmental approach to children with neurodiversity.

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.”

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