Mindful Leadership: Dr. Laura Santana

For Dr. Laura Santana, an important aspect of effective leadership is cultivating a mind-body connection to bring a whole person to the demands of leadership. Santana, whose more than 30-year leadership career has a global reach —  including her current

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Center for Diversity and Social Justice Gets Up and Running

The Clinical Psychology Department’s Center for Diversity and Social Justice (DSJ) announced its new, team-based structure at the beginning of the spring 2020 semester. The leadership structure will include Kate Evarts Rice, Dean Hammer, Karen Meteyer, Monique Bowen, and Vince

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Dr. Marti Straus Has Really Been Busy

See this list of great things Dr. Straus has been doing! Consulting to schools through supervision and training and testimony to the state legislature on developing trauma-informed responses to student behavior in Vermont. Finishing edits to the third edition of

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Professor Emerita and Alum Publish Article

Gargi Roysircar, Professor Emerita AUNE Clinical Psychology Program, Ashland Thompson, AUNE ’19 PsyD, and Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Kurt Geisinger, Meierhenry Distinguished University Professor and Director, Buros Center for

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GSLC Faculty Talks Deep Learning in a Disorienting World

Graduate School of Leadership and Change Professor of Education Studies, Dr. Jon Wergin will share insights and details about his new book Deep Learning in a Disorienting World (Cambridge University Press, 2020) in an upcoming webinar hosted by The International Leadership

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Alumna Joins Leadership of Evergreen State College

Dr. Marcia Tate Arunga has been appointed Academic Dean of Evergreen State College’s Tacoma campus. This campus offers a liberal arts bachelor’s completion program and houses two masters programs in public administration and education. In this new role, Dr. Tate

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School of Education Honors MAT Graduates

The School of Education recently held a graduation ceremony and celebration for the Fall 2018 Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) cohort. The room was filled with over 70 faculty, staff, family members, friends, and mentor teachers of the graduates.

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