CASL Hosts Fellows from 17 Affiliate Institutions for a 4-day Residency in Atlanta

2023-01-29T07:14:05-08:00

The Center for the Advancement of STEM Leadership (CASL) Hosts 4-Day Program (January 26-29, 2023) in Atlanta, Georgia: Leadership that Addresses Increasing Diversity Equity & Inclusion Among STEM Faculty and Students on the HBCU Campus This residency focuses on leadership strategies designed to advance leadership capacity to achieve diversity, equity, and inclusion in the STEM fields associated with issues of race, ethnicity, and gender – and the interactions among these demographic categories. Our nation cannot achieve its goal of remaining a global leader in STEM unless it accelerates its capacity to recruit, retain, graduate, and advance students of color [...]

CASL Hosts Fellows from 17 Affiliate Institutions for a 4-day Residency in Atlanta2023-01-29T07:14:05-08:00

VP of DEI is Holding Space for the Fielding Community After Recent Mass Shootings

2023-01-25T09:07:30-08:00

Dear Fielding Community, Within the span of a few days, we have experienced two more tragic mass shootings: one during the Lunar New Year celebration in Monterey Park, California, on Saturday, Jan. 21, and another separate shooting at two farms on Monday, Jan. 23 in Half Moon Bay, California. These horrific and senseless acts are heartbreaking. We recognize how these tragedies impact the Asian community around our country. We are so saddened that such a joyous celebration of culture and tradition and others going about their daily lives were overshadowed by grief, loss of innocent lives, and fear for one's [...]

VP of DEI is Holding Space for the Fielding Community After Recent Mass Shootings2023-01-25T09:07:30-08:00

Ed.D. alum has a unique way of sending students to Space Camp

2023-01-18T10:40:38-08:00

Salsa and margarita mixes designed for astronaut consumption are helping teenagers get to Huntsville, Alabama By Megan K. Olsen Herald Staff Writer [originally published in the Durango Herald Friday, Dec 30, 2022. Select portions reprinted by permission of the Herald] Danny Jaques is a space nerd. It’s a character trait he has embraced since childhood. He’s been fascinated, some would say obsessed, with astronomy and all things space-related since he watched the Mercury-Atlas 9 launch into space on the television with his father, the last of the Mercury crewed space missions. Dr. Danny Jacques [Jerry McBride/Durango Herald file] [...]

Ed.D. alum has a unique way of sending students to Space Camp2023-01-18T10:40:38-08:00

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

Join Us for Success Through Synergy: Fielding Forward on Dec. 6

2022-12-02T07:30:05-08:00

The Fielding community is invited to attend the upcoming “Success Through Synergy: Fielding Forward” session on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2022, from 4-5:30 p.m. PST | 7-8:30 p.m. EST. This session is presented by Provost and Senior Vice President Wendi Williams, Ph.D., and Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Allison Davis White-Eyes, Ph.D. This discussion will explore how success through synergy can shape the individual's connection to the community and the impact on the future of Fielding. Q&A will follow to open the dialogue. Some questions that will be posed are: What is success through synergy and what is [...]

Join Us for Success Through Synergy: Fielding Forward on Dec. 62022-12-02T07:30:05-08:00

President Rogers and VP Of DEI Davis-White Eyes’ Statement Regarding Shooting at Club Q

2022-11-21T10:54:12-08:00

Dear Fielding Community members, It is with shock and deep sadness that we send this message to you regarding the shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs, which took the lives of many 2SLGBTQ+ individuals. This atrocity occurred just hours before a scheduled event memorializing the Transgender Day of Remembrance, an event that commemorates the individuals lost to anti-transgender violence — particularly those who are most vulnerable to this form of violence: BIPOC transgender women and femmes. As this tragedy continues to unfold, we are reminded of the 2016 shooting that occurred in Orlando, Florida, at the Pulse nightclub in [...]

President Rogers and VP Of DEI Davis-White Eyes’ Statement Regarding Shooting at Club Q2022-11-21T10:54:12-08:00

Orlando L. Taylor, Ph.D., Honored as 2022 Marie Fielder Medal for Social Transformation Recipient on Nov. 17

2022-11-18T10:18:50-08:00

President Katrina S. Rogers, Ph.D., and the Fielding community honored 2022 Marie Fielder Medal for Social Transformation recipient Orlando L. Taylor, Ph.D., at a virtual ceremony on Nov. 17 at 8 a.m.-8:45 a.m. PST/11 a.m.-11:45 a.m. EST on Fielding’s YouTube channel. Based in Washington, D.C., Dr. Taylor has been a national leader in graduate education, including on issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, for more than 40 years. He works tirelessly to continue to prepare the next generation of college and university researchers, faculty members, and leaders across the nation. Currently, Dr. Taylor serves as the Distinguished Senior Advisor [...]

Orlando L. Taylor, Ph.D., Honored as 2022 Marie Fielder Medal for Social Transformation Recipient on Nov. 172022-11-18T10:18:50-08:00

VP of DEI Reflections: Native American Heritage Month

2022-11-15T06:57:51-08:00

John Trudell, Santee-Dakota activist/poet, in referencing the term Native American once said that “We are not Indians, and we are not Native Americans, We are older than both concepts. We are the People, We are the Human Beings.” That statement stands today as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month, not because it questions the use of terms, but rather it is because it centers the humanity, self-determination, agency, voice, and knowledge of First Nation peoples. Without this acknowledgment, we are bereft of any deep connection to one another, adrift in a sea of imaginings that are unmoored from the Indigenous [...]

VP of DEI Reflections: Native American Heritage Month2022-11-15T06:57:51-08:00
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