Diálogos Virtuales

2021-09-14T22:00:49+00:00

A Lecture-Discussion Series on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & the Global Dimensions of Education AN INDIGENOUS WORLDVIEW CAN PRESERVE OUR EXISTENCE: IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATION. Monday, October 4th • 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. PST This event is hosted by San Diego State University's College of Education Zoom Registration Four Arrows, professor at Fielding Graduate University Fielding Graduate University professor Four Arrows will discuss the importance of dehypnotizing worldview reflection and the use of the CAT-FAWN mnemonic for transformational learning that seeks complementary and/or re-balancing beliefs about humans, nature and spirit that come from a non-binary reflection on dominant and [...]

Diálogos Virtuales2021-09-14T22:00:49+00:00

Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins EBC Faculty

2021-09-14T22:47:37+00:00

Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins the Evidence Based Coaching faculty Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Fielding is excited to announce a new Evidence Based Coaching faculty member. Dr. Lynn Myhal is a widely known coach educator, and we are delighted to welcome her to the adjunct team. She was referred by current faculty, and her diverse experience and knowledge will serve Fielding in many ways. She will instruct in all areas of the accredited coach training program, and EBC will leverage her expertise in the new delivery model that launched on 9/8/21. Dr. Lynn Myhal has [...]

Coach Educator Dr. Lynn Myhal Joins EBC Faculty2021-09-14T22:47:37+00:00

Fielding stands in solidarity with the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED)

2021-08-30T01:24:48+00:00

Sycora Wilson-James, EdD Fielding is a member of  the professional academic consortium of 117 university schools of education that seeks to advance the importance and rigor of the education doctorate. Thus, we stand in solidarity with the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) in denouncing The Wall Street Journal’s publication of Joseph Epstein’s belittling op-ed towards Dr. Jill Biden and disregard for her doctorate degree. Statement by the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate in Response to The Wall Street Journal Op-Ed on Dr. Jill Biden and the Education Doctorate Fielding's EdD in Leadership for Change June [...]

Fielding stands in solidarity with the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED)2021-08-30T01:24:48+00:00

Thanksgiving as a Joyful Responsibility

2020-11-25T08:17:40+00:00

BY Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa), PHD Doctoral faculty, School of Leadership Studies November 25, 2020 Want a different ethic? Tell a different story. – Thomas King Cultures from around the world have long celebrated harvest time with festivals and food sharing. They typically help bind people together. Sadly, the American version of Thanksgiving can be seen otherwise. Most of the November feast's historical iterations, right up to it becoming a formal national holiday in 1941 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, are not really harvest celebrations. Instead, Thanksgiving stories provide a cover for anti-Indianism in the United States. The usual tale [...]

Thanksgiving as a Joyful Responsibility2020-11-25T08:17:40+00:00

Ace of Cups Band Receives Creative Longevity and Wisdom Award

2021-08-27T19:00:32+00:00

Award Given for Contributions to Advocacy Across Generations and Empowerment of Women   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.  ACE of Cups The Ace of Cups has been featured on CBS This Morning, NPR and in feature articles in The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Guardian and Billboard [...]

Ace of Cups Band Receives Creative Longevity and Wisdom Award2021-08-27T19:00:32+00:00

Dolores Bunnell Scholarship Aims to Support Early Childhood Educators

2021-08-27T17:49:43+00:00

This scholarship is available to incoming students to help defer the cost of attending the first year of graduate studies at Fielding. Fielding alum (HOD’98) and Trustee Emerita Karin Bunnell, PhD, honors her mother, Dolores (Dee) Bunnell, by establishing a scholarship for early childhood educators and professionals. Mrs. Dolores Bunnell with her students, class of 1978 Human development begins the day a child is born. The experience of early childhood has the most significant impact on one’s life. Birth through age six is a golden opportunity to help children become compassionate and curious youngsters. “Early childhood educators understand [...]

Dolores Bunnell Scholarship Aims to Support Early Childhood Educators2021-08-27T17:49:43+00:00

Colorism Book Launch a Facebook Live Event

2021-08-27T18:55:54+00:00

Colorism: Investigating a Global Phenomenon [This event took place Wednesday, Nov 11, 2020. Winners of the book giveaway were named during the event. However if you would like a copy of the book, please see the purchase link below.] To purchase a print or ebook version of Colorism: Investigating a Global Phenomenon, please click: In an age of growing racial tensions, police brutality, and the “Black Lives Matter” movement, Colorism: Investigating a Global Phenomenon is a powerful contribution that examines the roots of colorism in modern society, not only in North America but around the world. The book "Colorism" provides [...]

Colorism Book Launch a Facebook Live Event2021-08-27T18:55:54+00:00

The Psychology of Denial and Rationalization About the Atom Bomb And How it Continues Today

2020-08-06T14:46:13+00:00

BY Four Arrows (Wahinkpe Topa), PHD Doctoral faculty, School of Leadership Studies August 6, 2020 75 years ago on August 6, 1945, a B-29 bomber dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. In the winter of 1994, I received a call from Carolyn Jourdan. She was the executive director of a documentary featuring discussions between the surviving scientists of the Manhattan Project, entitled Half Lives: Keeping the World’s Biggest Secret. Carolyn told me she had read a book I wrote, and that it represented an important perspective she wanted to have in the film. I asked her what possible connection she [...]

The Psychology of Denial and Rationalization About the Atom Bomb And How it Continues Today2020-08-06T14:46:13+00:00
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