BSA Hosting Juneteenth Event Centered on Optimal Psychology, Art Showcase

2024-06-12T05:47:24-07:00

The Fielding community is invited to attend the Black Student Association’s “Cultural Trauma: Breaking the Psychological Chains Using an African-Centered Approach” on June 17, 2024, at 4:30 p.m. PT | 7:30 p.m. ET. BSA is hosting this event at a time in history when there is a desire to rewrite and, in some cases, erase Black history, it is crucial to recognize the freedom of our ancestors. To understand the partial weight lifted off their backs on June 19, 1865, two and half years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Our ancestors began their most significant challenge of freedom, [...]

BSA Hosting Juneteenth Event Centered on Optimal Psychology, Art Showcase2024-06-12T05:47:24-07:00

Join the Office of DEI for the 2024 Juneteenth Celebration on June 18

2024-06-10T08:54:49-07:00

Join the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the 2024 Juneteenth Celebration event on Tuesday, June 18 at 8 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. ET. Speaker Dr. Lenneal Henderson will host a special presentation entitled, “Juneteenth and Beyond: Celebrating Three Great Moments in Civil Rights.” Dr. Henderson will share insights regarding the three most decisive moments in Civil Rights history: Juneteenth, Brown V. Board of Education (1954), and the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Fielding’s offices will be closed on June 19 in observance of Juneteenth. Fielding is also a sponsor of Joy for the People Juneteenth Block Party [...]

Join the Office of DEI for the 2024 Juneteenth Celebration on June 182024-06-10T08:54:49-07:00

Fielding Recognizes Melissa Garcia for Academic Excellence and Community Leadership

2024-06-04T07:37:02-07:00

Melissa Garcia Melissa Garcia, a dedicated Ph.D. student in Organizational Development and Change at the School of Leadership Studies, received two prestigious Fielding scholarships. Melissa has been awarded the Janet Garufis Endowed Scholarship in Leadership and the Montecito Bank & Trust Scholarship in recognition of her outstanding academic achievements and commitment to community service. Melissa's journey in education exemplifies her passion for making a difference in the Santa Barbara community. With a schoolteacher background, she is now advancing her career as an education administrator, currently serving as Coordinator for Language Education Services at the Santa Barbara County Education [...]

Fielding Recognizes Melissa Garcia for Academic Excellence and Community Leadership2024-06-04T07:37:02-07:00

June 1st Qualitative Inquiry at Fielding: Past, Present, and Futures   

2024-05-30T09:11:34-07:00

Qualitative Inquiry at Fielding: Past, Present, and Futures Sponsored by the Ruthellen Josselon Chair in Qualitative Inquiry Qualitative Inquiry at Fielding: Past, Present, and Futures Conference is scheduled for June 1, 2024. This symposium is sponsored by the Ruthellen Josselson Chair in Qualitative Inquiry. The symposium's program will feature a robust roster of speakers Dr. Ruthellen Josselson and Dr. Susan Goldberg will be delivering separate keynotes. Following their presentations, there will be a panel of students who received dissertation funding, as well as a panel discussing the experiences of Black students in academia. Stay tuned for more speakers to be [...]

June 1st Qualitative Inquiry at Fielding: Past, Present, and Futures   2024-05-30T09:11:34-07:00

AWC-SB Honors Four Leaders in Education at Fielding Graduate University Sponsored Women of Achievement 2024 Awards Luncheon

2024-05-09T08:50:53-07:00

AWC-SB Honors Four Leaders in Education at Fielding Graduate University Sponsored Women of Achievement 2024 Awards Luncheon Santa Barbara, CA – The Association for Women in Communications – Santa Barbara (AWC-SB) recognized four outstanding local educational leaders at the 16th annual Women of Achievement Awards luncheon on Wednesday, May 1. “Celebrating our educational champions highlights the pivotal role of communication in their leadership journey,” said Hilary S. Lyn, AWC-SB Board President and Fielding Graduate University Director of Alumni Relations. “The impact of their work underscores the importance of effective dialogue in driving positive change and shaping future generations.” More than 150 guests, including AWC-SB members, public [...]

AWC-SB Honors Four Leaders in Education at Fielding Graduate University Sponsored Women of Achievement 2024 Awards Luncheon2024-05-09T08:50:53-07:00

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

Monday, March 11, 2024    Fielding Forward: 50th Anniversary Celebration & A Giving Marathon

2024-02-21T08:40:02-08:00

Fielding Graduate University Giving Marathon Schedule- Pacific Time Zone Every gift received between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. is matched 1:1 by Fielding alum and Board member John Bennett, PhD, for up to $2,000. 7:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.: Celebrating 50 Years of Change- Fielding's Giving Marathon   Prize: Five random participants who donate in this time slot get "The Transformative Power of Learning" monograph, a 50th-anniversary pin, and a Fielding-branded fancy notebook. 8:00-9:00– Call Across the Globe 2024: 50 Years of Stories. Join us for an online event. To sign-up and for more details: https://www.fielding.edu/event/50-years-of-stories-call-across-the-globe-2024-giving-day/  10 a.m.-1:00 p.m.: Empowerment Through Giving for [...]

Monday, March 11, 2024    Fielding Forward: 50th Anniversary Celebration & A Giving Marathon2024-02-21T08:40:02-08:00

Fielding Forward: Join Fielding for Call Across the Globe 2024 and Giving Marathon on March 11, 2024 

2024-02-21T11:10:33-08:00

See the Day's Full Schedule Below Since 1974, Fielding Graduate University has been on the cutting edge of the social sciences, from its early adoption of the distributed-learning model to its focus on adult learning. On March 11, 2024, Fielding will commemorate its 50th Anniversary with the annual Call Across the Globe and our Giving Marathon. As Fielding turns 50 in 2024, past, present, and future members of our community are invited to attend Call Across the Globe 2024: 50 Years of Stories on Monday, March 11, 2024, at 8 a.m. PT | 11 a.m. ET. While scholarship [...]

Fielding Forward: Join Fielding for Call Across the Globe 2024 and Giving Marathon on March 11, 2024 2024-02-21T11:10:33-08:00

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

Media Psychology Student Uses VR to Transport Viewers Back to 1955 and the Famous Rosa Parks Bus Ride

2024-02-16T07:50:25-08:00

Cory Logston, Ph.D. candidate Ph.D. candidate in media psychology, Cory Logston is dedicated to leveraging virtual reality (VR) technology for social good to induce empathy and reduce implicit racial bias. Cory’s VR project centers around the iconic civil rights figure Rosa Parks and has garnered significant attention. The VR experience transports users into history, providing an immersive experience that enables individuals to witness and understand the pivotal moment when Parks refused to give up her seat on a segregated bus in Montgomery, Alabama 1955. Cory recently received endorsement from Rosa Parks' family, adding authenticity and reverence to the [...]

Media Psychology Student Uses VR to Transport Viewers Back to 1955 and the Famous Rosa Parks Bus Ride2024-02-16T07:50:25-08:00
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