By |Published On: June 9th, 2016|Categories: University Communications|

Welcome to the second episode of our Fielding Voices podcast. This one is an in-depth interview with School of Psychology faculty member Sam Osherson as he transitions to emeritus status and looks back on his 30 years with Fielding.

Just click the [play] icon above to listen!

You can also download the podcast from iTunes or Google Play. Subscribe at either site, and you’ll be notified–and the latest podcast will be downloaded–each time a new Fielding Voices is published.

Fielding Voices is a great way for Fielding’s far-flung constituencies to stay connected. “While we’re scattered far and wide around the world, we’re united by the ideas that bring us to this institution,” says producer and Fielding alum Don Blohowiak. “The idea of the podcast is to bring the voices of our community to each other, wherever we may be. We can come together through this medium.”

Future episodes, published every two weeks or so, will include a sit-down with Provost Gerald Porter. “We ask what a provost does, which I think is a little bit of mystery meat to some of us,” Blohowiak says, laughing. “What is that role? Who is this guy and where did he come from? We learn about him as an individual, and his life story.” Future episodes will feature the scholarship-in-practice of Fielding alumni.

If you have news to share with the Fielding community through Fielding Voices or other channels, tell us here! Or contact Starshine Roshell, associate director of media and communications, at

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