Category: Alumni Messenger

Director of External Affairs The Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center’s (LVPAC)

Position Summary: The Director of External Affairs in responsible for the fundraising, marketing and communications for the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center. The Director of External Affairs will also be the lead staff support for the capital campaign steering committee. Responsibilities include identification, assessment, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of a portfolio of major gift prospects… Read more »

California Department of Mental Health and the Health Professions announces the Mental Health Loan Assumption Program California Department of Mental Health and the Health Professions Announces the Mental Health Loan Assumption Program Eligible applicants should complete the LMHSPEP application and indicate that they are currently employed in the Public Mental Health System. This application is available to download from the internet at: If you have any questions about the… Read more »

Seattle job opening – AUS core faculty member, science education Antioch University Seattle’s Center for Programs in Education is looking for a core faculty member, science education. Review of applications begins April 22 and will continue until the position is filled. Start date is Sept. 1st, 2009. For all the details go to:

Seattle job opening – Public affairs manager at Building Changes Building Changes believes everyone deserves the opportunity for a home, healthy life, and a good job. We unite public and private partners to create innovative solutions through expert advice, grant making, and advocating for lasting change. The Public Affairs Manager will implement agency-wide communications plan, will work closely with the Executive Director and all… Read more »

Alumna Rivka Bertisch Meir, Ph.D. ’05 Announces Launching of LIFE AND HEALTH TV CHANNEL

Rivka Bertisch Meir, PhD ’05 Announces launching of LIFE AND HEALTH TV CHANNEL, providing the International Hispanic Community tools to improve their quality of life. The purpose of this program is to provide the world Hispanic Community the know how to improve their quality of life guided by highly qualified professionals. It will simultaneously open… Read more »

Request for Help with Finding Celtic Rockers From Alumna Lezlie Kinyon, MA ’99, PhD ’06 Mornin’ everyone, There will be a symposium at UC Santa Cruz sometime this summer (date not set) to celebrate the Grateful Dead archive opening. I seem to know a bit about Celtic Rock and the organizers asked me if I could present a bit about how… Read more »

Maintaining Saybrook’s Heritage and Transformative Power

As Saybrook becomes a university, how can it maintain its existential-humanistic roots? How can it hold onto its identity as the scholarly home of the humanistic movement, where students have studied and continue to study with founding fathers, lineage holders, and current leaders in our respective disciplines, whether HTP, Human Sciences, Consciousness & Spirituality, Organizational… Read more »

The person versus the pill

Elliot Benjamin, Ph.D In the referenced article of this same title, I explore the current dominant and widespread medical model psychopharmacological emphasis upon which our managed care mental health society is based. This extreme psychopharmacological emphasis appears to me to be in essential conflict with the pioneering humanistic psychology visions of Carl Rogers and Abraham… Read more »