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Fall-Winter 2010 Volume 27 No 2
Learning Technologies Alumni Make Their Mark on Museum Communities and Beyond
Alumnus Leaves Corporate World to Teach Entrepreneurship to Women in the Middle East
Students Learn How to Transfer Theoretical Knowledge to Actual Work Site Situations
Career Services Team Answers Questions to Help You Secure Your Dream Job
This was not a challenge, but an opportunity to make a difference at a large school in need. I grew excited, and set out to learn as much as possible about how I could make a difference for Foster’s students and community.
I am eager to determine how ICT can benefit some of the world’s poorest learners, such as those in the informal settlements in this beautiful but socially under-resourced city.
While India was not originally on my must-visit list, I thought it would be a rich environment for my first scholarly journey.
The Boone Center for the Family hosted the second annual Family of Faith Network Conference. Focusing on the theme Sacred Households: Building Authentic Faith in Families.
The GSEP Diversity Council presented “Inspirational Journeys: Preparing Women for Lives of Purpose, Service, and Leadership,” which focused on how the “glass ceiling” is no longer an accurate metaphor for the limits women face.
The Dean’s Distinguished Lecture Series brings leading agents of change to GSEP to discuss the challenges and opportunities in leadership in communities across the world.
Annual Celebration of Excellence Recognizes Student Scholarship Recipients, Donors, and Waves of Service Honoree
On October 7, GSEP will hold its annual Celebration of Excellence in recognition of the 2010-2011 student scholarship recipients and appreciation of donors and friends of the University.
Dr. Robert Booker, alumnus of the doctor of education in institutional management and a lifetime proponent of learning, passed away on May 3 at the age of 79.
Dr. Ed Shafranske, director of the doctor of psychology program, has been named the first Muriel Lipsey Chair in Counseling and Clinical Psychology.
Alumni and Faculty Authors for the Fall/Winter 2010 Issue of the Colleague.
GSEP Holds “Children’s Outreach: Advancing Social Transformation and Learning (COASTAL) 5K/10K Walk/Run”
Join our effort to improve and enrich the lives of future generations by providing children with the resources that lead to a prosperous adulthood.
GSEP is pleased to announce new additions to their faculty; Dr. David Stevens, Dr. Robert Barner, Dr. Carrie Castaneda-Sound, and Dr. Judy Ho.
Staff and friends of the Irvine Community Counseling Center celebrated “15 Years of Mental Health Training and Service” at the Newport Beach home of alumnus Patty Dies.
Alumni and Friends from the Colleague Alumni Magazine honor Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson and Dr. Tod Burnett with the Psychology Distinguished Alumnus Awards.
Dr. Anne Ruane opened a psychotherapy practice in Encino, Ligia Hallstrom received the Outstanding Administrator Award, Dr. David Elkins, was named president-elect of Division 32 of the American Psychological Association.
Donor Roll for the Fall/Winter 2010 Issue of the Colleague.
After years of being trained that you should define your success based on the success of the students, the satisfaction of their parents, and the priorities of the administrators, it is easy to lose track of your own needs, expectations, and goals.