Fielding University Press Publications The Future of Navajo Education Edited by Miranda Haskie, Barbara Mink and Kathy Tiner [...]
Fielding University Press Publications Leadership in Sustainability: Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Practice by Richard P. Appelbaum, Frederick [...]
Fielding University Press Publications Real Characters: The psychology of parasocial relationships with media characters Edited by Karen E. [...]
Fielding University Press Publications Hidden Cultures in Clinical Psychology: Sensitivity to Diversity in Culture Edited by Henry V. Soper, PhD [...]
Supporting Men’s Work for Healing, Development, and Social Transformation is a community practice project that focuses on building a community of men at Fielding across race and sexual orientation in order to strengthen men’s development for empowering and inclusive leadership. It also is intended to create a national and international network of others engaging in this work.
With a two-year grant from the Irvine Foundation, Fielding’s Institute for Social Innovation researchers designed a curriculum for professionals in the fields of program evaluation and organizational development that would integrated their skills in support of leadership and system change.