Ruth Weiss, the Beat Goddess Documentary

2021-10-08T00:34:36+00:00

In a life that has spanned 92 creative years, ruth weiss is one of the most influential writers of the Beat Generation who revolutionized and empowered the world of poetry. Elisabeth P. Montgomery, Ph.D., Fielding Alum - Class of 2006 Greetings, Fielding friends and alumni! I want to share the gratifying success of producing a documentary about my friend, poet ruth weiss. I met ruth in 2008 at a fundraiser for the Beat Museum in San Francisco's North Beach community, across the street from Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s famous City Lights Bookstore a hub of the Free Speech [...]

Ruth Weiss, the Beat Goddess Documentary2021-10-08T00:34:36+00:00

New Special Edition of the Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship Features Military Connected Scholars.

2021-10-07T17:22:14+00:00

New Special Edition of the Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship (JCES) inspired by Fielding features work by–and about–military connected scholars. Fielding alumnus Dr. Bart Buechner credits the Fielding Veterans Connections group, and the Fielding Graduate University Press monograph, as inspirations for a newly released journal edition that highlights collaborative with, about, and for emerging scholars with connections to the military and veterans communities. Bart served as co-editor of the project, which spanned three years. Dr. Barton Buechner According to Dr. Buechner, “Working with Dr. Jean-Pierre Isbouts and Dr. Miguel Guilarte on Monograph 8, Veteran and Family [...]

New Special Edition of the Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship Features Military Connected Scholars.2021-10-07T17:22:14+00:00

Supply Chains and Workers’ Chains: Key to Understanding Climate Change and Sustainability

2020-04-21T10:24:24+00:00

[excerpt from “Why Sustainability Leadership is Needed,” a chapter to appear in Leadership in Sustainability: Case Studies in Practice (Fielding University Press, forthcoming 2020)] by Richard P. Appelbaum, PHD The nature of production has changed over the part fifty years, and not in ways that auger well for our planet or its people. These changes – which reflect larger, systemic processes of globalization – are symbolized by the half-century shift in fortunes between the world’s largest corporations (Lichtenstein, 2005). The emblematic late 20th century corporation was General Motors, whose revenues made it at the time the world’s largest firm. General Motors was [...]

Supply Chains and Workers’ Chains: Key to Understanding Climate Change and Sustainability2020-04-21T10:24:24+00:00

Giving Voice to Women’s Issues

2020-03-13T11:05:29+00:00

Lynn Schmidt, PhD Seven questions for Fielding alum and award-winning author, Lynn Schmidt, PhD. Dr. Schmidt earned her doctorate in human and organizational systems from Fielding Graduate University.  What brought you to Fielding? When I decided to pursue a PhD I explored various doctoral programs. I already had a bachelors and masters and my thinking was, if I pursue one more degree I want to be able to focus on what interests me.  The human and organizational systems program is top notch and Fielding's flexibility in how you design your degree program and dissertation work allows for you to [...]

Giving Voice to Women’s Issues2020-03-13T11:05:29+00:00
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