Black Excellence at Fielding: Student Donica Harper and Faculty Anthony “AGee” Greene Receive the Inaugural Clinical Psychology Award for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

2023-02-02T14:06:36-08:00

As the Fielding Community joins in to honor Black History Month, we are thrilled to celebrate Black Leaders at our university. The Clinical Psychology Program’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Award recognizes the contributions students and faculty make to advance DEI work. Clinical Psychology student Donica Harper and core faculty AGee Greene, Ph.D., are the award’s inaugural recipients. Donica Harper “Donica and Dr. Greene were clear candidates for the inaugural award,” said Clinical Psychology DEI Committee Outgoing Chair and core faculty Lauren Mizock, Ph.D. “They have gone above and beyond to contribute to the program, including program [...]

Black Excellence at Fielding: Student Donica Harper and Faculty Anthony “AGee” Greene Receive the Inaugural Clinical Psychology Award for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion2023-02-02T14:06:36-08:00

Black Student Association hosting Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Movie Night on Jan. 16

2023-01-06T10:58:42-08:00

The Fielding community is invited to the Black Student Association’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Movie Night on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, at 7 p.m. PST during the School of Psychology’s 2023 January Global Session at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort.  The event, sponsored by the Offices of the Provost and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, will feature a showing of the “13th” documentary and a panel discussion. According to Netflix, where the documentary is available for streaming, “13th” is a “thought-provoking documentary” in which “scholars, activists, and politicians analyze the criminalization of African-Americans and the U.S. prison boom.” [...]

Black Student Association hosting Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Movie Night on Jan. 162023-01-06T10:58:42-08:00

A Winter Break Message From Provost Wendi Williams, Ph.D.

2023-01-03T06:59:26-08:00

To dream, to rest, to turn away from the toxicity of grind culture are radical acts of love for ourselves and our culture. I often speak about how naps will not save you if you are still upholding anti-Blackness, white supremacy, ableism, and patriarchy. All these things are the opposite of love and care. We cannot to continue to dream up new ways of being while still supporting systems of domination. We can’t simply talk about the hopes of a world centered in justice while we continue to exhaust ourselves and each other and remain in allegiance with grind [...]

A Winter Break Message From Provost Wendi Williams, Ph.D.2023-01-03T06:59:26-08:00

Getting to Know Our New Provost and Senior Vice President Wendi Williams, Ph.D.

2022-12-07T11:50:13-08:00

In October 2022, Wendi Williams, Ph.D., joined Fielding as its Provost and Senior Vice President. Since that moment, she has quickly adapted to her role in collaboration with members of the Fielding community. Provost Williams brings with her two decades of academic and administrative experience, applying her work as a psychologist, advocate, and educator at the intersection of education and psychology to her scholarship and leadership praxis. Previously, she was the Dean of the School of Education at Mills College and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Bank Street College, Graduate School of Education. In these positions, she cultivated [...]

Getting to Know Our New Provost and Senior Vice President Wendi Williams, Ph.D.2022-12-07T11:50:13-08:00
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