About Kaylin Staten

Kaylin R. Staten, APR, MPRCA, is a writer and accredited public relations practitioner based in West Virginia with two decades of professional communications experience. She serves as Fielding’s Associate Director of Communications.

Fielding University Press’ Struggling with Infertility Explores Devasting Effects of Infertility

2024-05-10T07:48:56-07:00

Fielding University Press’ Struggling with Infertility Explores Devasting Effects of Infertility Sharon Schönteich, Ph.D. Having a baby and becoming a parent are major developmental milestones in adulthood that most people aspire to achieve. It is typically expected pregnancy should happen naturally and seamlessly. However, when pregnancy is not achieved as expected, it usually comes as a shock.  According to the World Health Organization, one in six people worldwide struggle with infertility. Often, these struggles are usually not broadly discussed. That is where psychotherapist and Fielding alum Sharon Schönteich, Ph.D., wanted to help others, combat stigma, and get to [...]

Fielding University Press’ Struggling with Infertility Explores Devasting Effects of Infertility2024-05-10T07:48:56-07:00

Two Chosen as 2024’s Clinical Psychology Program DEI Award Recipients

2024-05-07T10:07:37-07:00

The Clinical Psychology DEI Committee has chosen its 2024 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Award recipients: Nathan Smith, Clinical Psychology Ph.D. student, and Lauren Mizock, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology core faculty. Nathan Smith This award recognizes the contributions students and faculty make to advance DEI work. We asked this year’s recipients about their DEI work and what this award means to them. What does receiving this award mean to you? Nathan Smith: I feel seen and heard. Receiving the Clinical Psychology program’s DEI student award means the world to me and affirms my passion for working with racial and [...]

Two Chosen as 2024’s Clinical Psychology Program DEI Award Recipients2024-05-07T10:07:37-07:00

Alums Wanda Whiteside, Ed.D., and Kathy Bell, Ph.D., Receive Dianne Kipnes Social Innovation Award

2024-04-16T12:40:12-07:00

Two alums have been awarded the prestigious Dianne Kipnes Social Innovation Award for their scholarship and practice. Wanda Whiteside, Ed.D. (Leadership for Change, ‘23) and Kathy Bell, Ph.D. (Human Development, ‘23) will advance their work in their respective fields in 2024-2026.  Dr. Whiteside is the founder and Artistic Producing Director of Live Garra Theatre in Montgomery County, Maryland. Through this award, she will partner with Montgomery College, Maryland’s Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center to conduct an ongoing workshop series that incorporates Playback Theatre, an exercise that invites the audience to participate in the creation of improvised scenes focused [...]

Alums Wanda Whiteside, Ed.D., and Kathy Bell, Ph.D., Receive Dianne Kipnes Social Innovation Award2024-04-16T12:40:12-07:00

Fielding Appoints Dr. Katherine McGraw as Director of the Marie Fielder Center

2024-04-02T09:00:10-07:00

Fielding is proud to announce that Katherine McGraw, Ph.D., is now the Director of the Marie Fielder Center for Democracy, Leadership, and Education. The Marie Fielder Center encourages research that addresses today’s educational and social problems. Dr. McGraw takes over the role after the passing of Dr. Orlando L. Taylor earlier this year. As a long-term mentee and colleague of Dr. Taylor, Dr. McGraw is honored to take on this role, in addition to her current role of Associate Provost of Research, Extramural Funding, and Faculty Development. Drs. Orlando Taylor and Katie McGraw “This appointment is so significant [...]

Fielding Appoints Dr. Katherine McGraw as Director of the Marie Fielder Center2024-04-02T09:00:10-07:00

Virtual Book Launch Celebrating The Transformative Power of Learning Set for April 10

2024-03-26T08:49:16-07:00

Fielding University Press is hosting an hour-long The Transformative Power of Learning Virtual Book Launch on Wednesday, April 10 at 10 a.m. PT | 1 p.m. ET via Zoom. It will showcase Fielding’s 50th Anniversary and chapter authors’ work with discussions led by editors Elena I. Nicklasson and Jean-Pierre Isbouts, D.Litt. Register for Event The Transformative Power of Learning, editors Elena I. Nicklasson and Jean-Pierre Isbouts, D.Litt. This compelling publication is a testament to the enduring impact of Fielding Graduate University's innovative approach to adult education and its pivotal role in shaping transformative learning experiences. The monograph [...]

Virtual Book Launch Celebrating The Transformative Power of Learning Set for April 102024-03-26T08:49:16-07:00

Submit Your Stories for March 11’s Call Across the Globe 2024

2024-02-16T12:49:56-08:00

Submit Your Stories for March 11’s Call Across the Globe 2024 Share your stories with us during Fielding’s 50th Anniversary! For 50 years, Fielding has been on the cutting edge of the social sciences, and our community members continue to move collective and individual scholarship and practice forward. While that showcases the Fielding experience, the stories of our community are at the heart of who we are.  During our Call Across the Globe: 50 Years of Stories celebration on March 11, we are sharing the narratives of our students, alums, faculty, staff, Trustees, donors, faculty emeriti, friends, family, and more! [...]

Submit Your Stories for March 11’s Call Across the Globe 20242024-02-16T12:49:56-08:00

Watch President Rogers’ Fireside Chat: Artificial Intelligence

2023-10-24T06:28:26-07:00

President Katrina S. Rogers, Ph.D. Recently, President Katrina S. Rogers, Ph.D., sat down with Human and Organizational Systems alum (2010) Anita Perez Ferguson, Ph.D., for a fireside chat. This conversation centered on the impacts of artificial intelligence (AI) on graduate education. Click here to watch/share the AI-centric video (13 minutes).   As we enter our 50th Anniversary year in 2024, stay tuned for more fireside chats and virtual appearances from Fielding leaders!  If you have questions or feedback, please email communications@fielding.edu.    Learn More - Office of the President

Watch President Rogers’ Fireside Chat: Artificial Intelligence2023-10-24T06:28:26-07:00

Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Appointed Inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry

2023-07-20T10:16:08-07:00

Amy Taylor, Ph.D. Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Director of the Alonso Center for Psychodynamic Studies and Clinical Psychology faculty member, was recently appointed to the prestigious role as the inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry.   Ruthellen Josselson, Ph.D., has a storied career and is a longtime Clinical Psychology faculty member and psychotherapist. Established in 2020, the Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry fund supports Fielding faculty research, while honoring the legacy of Dr. Josselson and affirming the importance of qualitative research in psychology as acknowledged by the American Psychological Association Division 5, Quantitative and Qualitative Methods.  Dr. Taylor [...]

Amy Taylor, Ph.D., Appointed Inaugural Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry2023-07-20T10:16:08-07:00

Doctoral Student Whitney Breer Releases Leadership Starts With You

2023-07-19T11:36:46-07:00

Leaders have a new resource to add to their libraries and daily lives.  Whitney Breer Published through Fielding University Press, the business novel Leadership Starts with You: A Leader's Quest for Leadership Excellence, penned by international executive coach, motivational speaker, and current Fielding Human Development doctoral student Whitney Breer, highlights modern leadership. It encapsulates the theory of leadership excellence in a compelling story about a fictional character named Kathleen Battlefield.   Kathleen is in line to take over the family-owned business, but her father pulls the rug out from under her just before she is handed the reins. Angry [...]

Doctoral Student Whitney Breer Releases Leadership Starts With You2023-07-19T11:36:46-07:00

Jean-Pierre Isbouts, D. Litt., releases new book, wins Gold Telly Award

2023-07-13T09:19:11-07:00

We recently sat down with Jean-Pierre Isbouts, D. Litt., Fielding University Press editor and Faculty Emerit of the School of Leadership Studies, to discuss two achievements.  Dr. Jean-PIerre Isbouts near the location of Vincent's “Yellow House” in Arles, France His recent publication, The Fractured Kingdom, is an attempt to bridge the gulf between conservative and progressive Christians by returning to the essential tenets of the Historical Jesus: social justice, compassion, and faith. Additionally, Dr. Isbouts, in partnership with The Great Courses and Wondrium, earned a Gold Telly Award for “In the Footsteps of Vincent van Gogh.”   What inspired [...]

Jean-Pierre Isbouts, D. Litt., releases new book, wins Gold Telly Award2023-07-13T09:19:11-07:00
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