Alum Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida to Keynote New York City Negotiation Conference 2022

2022-11-10T13:03:15-08:00

Alum Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Ph.D. (Ph.D. in Human and Organizational Systems, ’00, and Certificate of Specialization in Professional Sociological Practice, ’98) is a keynote speaker at the New York City Negotiation Conference 2022 on Nov. 11. The Schranner Negotiation Institute’s Negotiation Conference brings together world-renowned negotiation experts from multiple sectors, including business, politics, law enforcement, sports, and media. The Schranner Negotiation Institute’s mission is to bring the global negotiation community together. It is the leading organization supporting difficult negotiations. Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida Dr. Fisher-Yoshida currently serves as Vice Chair of Faculty and Program Director, Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, at [...]

Alum Dr. Beth Fisher-Yoshida to Keynote New York City Negotiation Conference 20222022-11-10T13:03:15-08:00

Alum Dominique Eugene, Ph.D., Receives Award for Research Excellence and Innovation

2022-09-29T13:02:21-07:00

Alum Dominique Eugene, Ph.D., Receives Award for Research Excellence and Innovation Clinical Psychology Program alum (’18) Dominique Eugene, Ph.D., LMFT, RPT-S, IFECMHS, recently received Stellenbosch University’s prestigious Deputy Vice Chancellors Top 20 Postdoctoral Award for Research Excellence and Innovation.  Dominique Eugene, Ph.D. Dr. Eugene is an HBNU (Harvard University, Boston University, Northwestern University, and the University of New Mexico) Fogarty Global Health Training Program – Harvard University Post-Doctoral Fellow at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. Stellenbosch University is hosting 356 Postdoctoral Research Fellows in 2022, with Fellows representing disciplines across all faculties, with the majority in Science, Health, [...]

Alum Dominique Eugene, Ph.D., Receives Award for Research Excellence and Innovation2022-09-29T13:02:21-07:00

Fielding Alum Dr. Laura Sherwood Serving as Mentor at 30 Years of Photovoice Virtual Conference in October

2022-09-28T12:23:52-07:00

Fielding alum Laura Sherwood, Ph.D. (HOD ’21), is a conference mentor for the upcoming “30 Years of Photovoice: Past, Present Future” Virtual Conference from Oct. 20-22, 2022. Dr. Sherwood will help mentees with Photovoice Theory vs. Practice in a 50-minute session. The conference consists of three days of presentations, networking, and workshops.  Laura Sherwood, Ph.D. Dr. Sherwood graduated from Fielding in 2021 with a Ph.D. in Human Development. She is a qualitative researcher and community program development specialist based in Frederick, MD. Her dissertation was titled, “Why Art Matters: Dismantling Dominant Narratives through Art and Digital Feminist Activism.” [...]

Fielding Alum Dr. Laura Sherwood Serving as Mentor at 30 Years of Photovoice Virtual Conference in October2022-09-28T12:23:52-07:00

@#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns’ Reflection on the APA’s Formal Apology

2022-09-21T14:37:47-07:00

Clinical Psychology faculty Dr. Konjit Page and four Fielding clinical psychology graduate students (Tahlia Bragg, Donica Harper, Brianna Downey, and Sheila Turner) were the winners of the American Psychological Association's 2022 Stuart C. Tentoni Outstanding Professional Development Program Award. The award is provided by APAGS (the graduate student arm of APA, representing 1/3 of all APA membership) and honors the best professional development student presentation at the APA convention. This is a high honor and comes with a monetary award of $500 for the students.  @#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns' Reflection on the APA's Formal Apology Tahlia Bragg, Dr. [...]

@#%$ Your Sorry: Black Womxns’ Reflection on the APA’s Formal Apology2022-09-21T14:37:47-07:00

Fielding Alum Dr. Christy Gliniak Provides Opening Remarks for the 2022 Infant Health Policy Summit

2022-09-01T11:02:39-07:00

Fielding alum Christy Gliniak, Ph.D. (IECD’22), provided opening remarks at the 2022 Infant Health Policy Summit which took place on August 31, 2022. The Summit is hosted by The National Coalition for Infant Health (NCfIH). NCfIH is a collaborative of professional, clinical, community health, and family support organizations that uses education and advocacy to promote patient-centered care for premature infants and their families. NCfIH envisions safe, healthy infants whose families can access the information, care and treatment their babies need. To learn more visit https://www.infanthealth.org/2022summit#2022 Christy Gliniak, Ph.D., OTR/L, CNT, CPXP Dr. Christy Gliniak is a neonatal occupational [...]

Fielding Alum Dr. Christy Gliniak Provides Opening Remarks for the 2022 Infant Health Policy Summit2022-09-01T11:02:39-07:00

Fielding Graduate University at the Pacific Pride Festival

2022-09-06T13:03:40-07:00

Fielding Graduate University supported the 2022 Pacific Pride Festival, “Pride at the Beach,”  with a sponsor booth. The festival took place this past weekend on Saturday, August 27, 2022, in Chase Palm Park along the beautiful Santa Barbara coastline. The annual event celebrates the LGBTQ+ local, national, and worldwide communities. This year’s “Pride at the Beach” event had a particular focus on inclusion and belonging, two shared values of Fielding Graduate University. Fielding’s participation in the Pride event was organized by Erica Fichter, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, and included close to a dozen Fielding staff volunteers from across the [...]

Fielding Graduate University at the Pacific Pride Festival2022-09-06T13:03:40-07:00

Designing For Collaboration: Groundbreaking Research by Fielding’s Brenda Barker Scott and Michael R. Manning

2022-08-29T08:40:38-07:00

Brenda Barker Scott, Ph.D. Recent alum Brenda Barker Scott, Ph.D.’20, has her work published in two leading academic journals in the organization development discipline, Research in Organizational Change and Development and The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science. Her work on the factors contributing to widespread collaborative capacity in organizations builds on the dissertation she completed, guided by her doctoral committee—Barbara Mink, Ed.D., Fred Steier, Ph.D., Michael Manning, Ph.D., and Sarah Evans. Before starting her doctoral journey at Fielding in the Human and Organizational Development Program, Brenda Barker Scott, Ph.D.’20, was a practitioner who consulted with organizations for two [...]

Designing For Collaboration: Groundbreaking Research by Fielding’s Brenda Barker Scott and Michael R. Manning2022-08-29T08:40:38-07:00

Fielding Four Receive Prestigious Research Awards at APA 2022

2022-08-23T12:39:54-07:00

The American Psychological Association held its annual convention virtually and in-person on August 3-6, 2022 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Four Fielding School of Psychology students were recognized with APA Research Awards.   Erinn Cameron Clinical psychology PhD student Erinn Cameron received a research award at the APA 2022 conference. The APA division that granted the award is the Research Council of the Society for Prescribing Psychology (APA division 55). Click on the thumbnail below for Erinn's poster presentation. This research is based in part on Erinn's dissertation data.  RESEARCH: Cannabis Delivery Method Usage Patterns and Preferences for Women with [...]

Fielding Four Receive Prestigious Research Awards at APA 20222022-08-23T12:39:54-07:00

Clinical Psychologist Konjit Page, Ph.D., Makes APA Editor’s Choice

2022-08-09T14:36:18-07:00

Konjit Page, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist and Fielding faculty, Konjit Page, Ph.D., had a recent article selected for the prestigious APA Editor's Choice newsletter. APA’s Editor’s Choice Newsletter offers a free, bi-weekly compilation of APA Journal articles selected as outstanding, noteworthy, and impactful for the field by APA Journal editors. Dr. Page's article, "Creating space for ourselves: Black sexual minority women and gender diverse individuals countering anti-Black racism and heterosexism," explores the experiences of identity validation and/or conflict within Black and sexual- and gender-diverse community spaces. The following is from the abstract of this important research. In this qualitative [...]

Clinical Psychologist Konjit Page, Ph.D., Makes APA Editor’s Choice2022-08-09T14:36:18-07:00

Fielding Focus Magazine: Scholar-Practitioner, July 2022 Issue

2022-07-11T14:58:48-07:00

Focus Magazine: Scholar-Practitioner, July 2022 Issue We are excited to share that the July 2022 issue is now available online, and the members of the Fielding community will receive it in the mailboxes shortly. Focus Magazine July, 2022 This issue's theme is Scholar-Practitioner. In the opening letter, President Katrina S. Rogers, Ph.D., discusses Fielding's tradition in educating scholar-practitioners and even shaping the concept itself: "Whether the word scholar is first or second in the terminology, the idea is that an iterative process of inquiry and discovery takes place. Insights from what we experience and do in the world [...]

Fielding Focus Magazine: Scholar-Practitioner, July 2022 Issue2022-07-11T14:58:48-07:00
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