Dr. Keith Ray Named New Program Director for 1-Year Master’s in Organization Development and Leadership

2021-08-24T00:16:09+00:00

Dr. Keith Ray, OD&L Program Director Dr. Keith Ray brings more than 25 years of experience in organization development and leadership to the director role, building a successful organization development practice that cultivated leadership and change with government and commercial clients. Keith earned his doctorate in Human and Organization Systems from Fielding in 2009.  His research investigated how and why people invoke the concept of culture in organizational settings. As a scholar-practitioner, Keith has combined his research interests and OD practice by creating customized cohort-based leadership development programs, studying leadership development impacts within organizations, and conducting studies using [...]

Dr. Keith Ray Named New Program Director for 1-Year Master’s in Organization Development and Leadership2021-08-24T00:16:09+00:00

Meet Fielding Graduate University’s new Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Dr. Allison Davis-White Eyes

2021-08-29T23:41:13+00:00

Dr. Allison Davis-White Eyes, Ph.D., brings over 30 years of experience in higher education leading change in diversity, equity inclusion, access, and policy. Her efforts are best exemplified through her work at both University of Oregon (UO) and Oregon State University (OSU) that focused on strategic organizational change, community building, inter-departmental collaboration, interdisciplinary teaching and research, international partnerships, Indigenous policy, academic partnerships, and student development (both graduate and undergraduate). As the former Director of Community Diversity Relations within the President’s Office of Institutional Diversity, and as an Asst. Vice Provost of Student Affairs and Diversity, Dr. Davis-White Eyes led several [...]

Meet Fielding Graduate University’s new Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Dr. Allison Davis-White Eyes2021-08-29T23:41:13+00:00

Dr. Chad S. Hamill joins Fielding Board of Trustees

2021-08-29T22:45:24+00:00

Chad S. Hamill, PhD, served as Vice President for Native American Initiatives at Northern Arizona University, where he maintains a faculty position in the Department of Applied Indigenous Studies. Tasked with advancing NAU’s strategic goal to become the nation’s leading university serving Native Americans, Dr. Hamill established the Office of Native American Initiatives (ONAI) in 2016. With an emphasis on expanding educational opportunities for Native American students and their communities, ONAI has developed programs in the areas of tribal leadership, environmental stewardship, culturally-responsive K12 pedagogy, and Native mentorship. In addition to working in collaboration with many of the 22 Native [...]

Dr. Chad S. Hamill joins Fielding Board of Trustees2021-08-29T22:45:24+00:00

Dr. Brian Cutler Named New Program Director for Media Psychology

2021-08-24T04:39:27+00:00

Brian L. Cutler, Ph.D. I am honored and thrilled to join Fielding’s School of Psychology as Professor and the Program Director for the Media Psychology program.  My background includes more than 30 years of faculty experience and 19 years of academic administration at two U.S. universities and one Canadian university.  My training is in social and forensic psychology, and my media psychology-related research has examined pretrial publicity, recorded criminal interrogations, and person recognition from surveillance photos and videos.  I have been the author or co-author of research grants, books, book chapters, peer-reviewed articles, and articles in professional associations.  [...]

Dr. Brian Cutler Named New Program Director for Media Psychology2021-08-24T04:39:27+00:00

Statement from President Katrina S. Rogers regarding Chauvin’s Sentence

2021-08-24T12:23:31+00:00

Dear Colleagues, It’s been more than a year since George Floyd took his last breath. Today, Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer who murdered him, received a prison sentence of 22 and a half years. Like many of you, I was waiting, watching, and listening as a judge handed down Chauvin’s sentence. I was thinking of what the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. said about the power of a single act of injustice to inflict a collective punch. Nearly 60 years ago, Dr. King wrote these poignant yet searing words from his cell in a Birmingham jail: “Injustice [...]

Statement from President Katrina S. Rogers regarding Chauvin’s Sentence2021-08-24T12:23:31+00:00

Announcing the 2021 Kipnes Award Recipients

2021-08-24T17:52:40+00:00

Myisha Driver, PhD’19 and Elizabeth Speck, PhD’11 are the recipients of the 2021 Dianne Kipnes Social Innovation Award We congratulate Dr. Driver and Dr. Speck on receiving the 2021 Dianne Kipnes Social Innovation Award. The Dianne Kipnes Endowed Fund for Social Innovation was established in 2016 by Clinical Psychology alum Dianne Kipnes, PhD, ’98, to support alumni research and projects that lead to lasting change across sectors and social issues. Previous Award recipients include alums Carrie Arnold, PhD’17, Larry Gebhardt, PhD’00, and Kate McAlpine, PhD’15. Dr. Driver’s project is titled Nurturing Psyches of Color. The project will support parenting Black [...]

Announcing the 2021 Kipnes Award Recipients2021-08-24T17:52:40+00:00

Democracy and The American Rescue Plan

2021-03-31T12:51:00+00:00

U.S. Representative of California’s 24th congressional district, Salud Carbajal, MA, Fielding Alum An interview with U.S. Representative of California’s 24th congressional district and Fielding alum, Congressman Salud Carbajal, regarding his current perspective on democracy and The American Rescue Plan.   President Katrina S. Rogers: A question that will come to mind for our students, graduates, staff, and faculty is, where were you on January 6, 2021? I read an interview that you were not actually on the floor, but were in your offices. Congressman Carbajal: Let me set the stage for you. Because of COVID, Nancy Pelosi told the [...]

Democracy and The American Rescue Plan2021-03-31T12:51:00+00:00

Reflections from Fielding Colleagues. Happy 47th Birthday Fielding!

2021-03-29T07:29:03+00:00

Fielding at 47 Michael Goldstein, JD – Fielding Trustee Michael Goldstein, JD - Trustee While not quite accurate, I feel that I have been a part of Fielding since its inception. In reality, I first joined the Board of Trustees shortly after the baton was passed from the founding president, Frederick Hudson, to William (Bill) Maehl.  Bill represented a significant change in the leadership of the institution, from a leading psychology practitioner and theorist to an expert in experiential learning.  The Chair of the Fielding Board at the time, Morris Keeton, the founding President of what was then the [...]

Reflections from Fielding Colleagues. Happy 47th Birthday Fielding!2021-03-29T07:29:03+00:00

Statement from the Fielding Board of Trustees

2021-08-23T19:17:35+00:00

The horrific events in Atlanta have once again focused our attention on the urgent need to create an antiracist culture.  We find the increasing incidence of harassment, heinous violence and hate crimes targeting Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) an appalling disgrace to our moral values as global citizens as well as Americans. The racist, xenophobic rhetoric aimed at AAPI people has led to suffering and victimization, as is always the result of racism and xenophobia. As representatives of the Fielding community we actively stand in solidarity with our AAPI Fielding colleagues and with the entire AAPI community against [...]

Statement from the Fielding Board of Trustees2021-08-23T19:17:35+00:00

Dreaming Opportunities Together

2021-03-12T08:00:33+00:00

Provost Snowden discusses her philosophy of mentorship and shares her experiences Dr. Monique L. Snowden, Provost and Senior Vice President Dr. Monique L. Snowden, Provost and Senior Vice President at Fielding, recently received the Outstanding Mentor Award from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO). This award recognized her for an exceptional commitment and personal investment in the mentorship, guidance, and development of others. In celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, we discussed with Dr. Snowden what it takes to cultivate impactful mentorship relationships and experiences. Can you recall an experience when you were [...]

Dreaming Opportunities Together2021-03-12T08:00:33+00:00
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