Category: Alumni Messenger


Alumna Sophia Reinders, PhD ’90 Offers Course, Reawakening the Wild Heart of Wonder

Dear colleagues, students and friends, Let me please tell you about a new course I will be offering in the Spring of 2012: Reawakening the Wild Heart of Wonder: Ecopsychology and Expressive Arts as Pathways towards Transformation and Healing A 40-hour Expressive Arts Certificate Program. 30 CEUs available for California MFT and LCSW license holders…. Read more »

Alumnus Steven Kull, PhD ’80 Continues to Release New Editions of WorldPublicOpinion.org

Public Consultation Finds Strong Bipartisan Support for Extending Employees’ Payroll Tax Cut But Partisan Division on How to Pay for It Modest Support for Employer’s Payroll Tax Cut When a representative sample of Americans was presented a detailed explanation of the costs and potential benefits of extending the payroll tax cut for employees, including strongly… Read more »

Postdoc and Student/Predoc Positions Open at the New England Complex Systems Institute

Postdoc and Student/Predoc Positions The New England Complex Systems Institute has funding for postdoctoral and predoctoral research stipends and scholarships starting immediately. Candidates should be interested in contributing to new research topics in our understanding of: Socio-economic systems relevant to: The economic crisis, Conflicts and ethnic violence, Social networks and media, International development Fundamental mathematical… Read more »

Alumnus Steven Kull, PhD ’80 Leads Discussion on Faith and Global Policy Challenges

Faith and Global Policy Challenges: How Spiritual Values Shape Views on Poverty, Nuclear Risks, and Environmental Degradation –A Study of American Believers– Wednesday, December 7, 2011 9:00 am to 10:15 am Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Choate Room 1779 Massachusetts Ave. NW Washington, DC 20036-2103 Christian religious traditions have historically engaged in addressing poverty and… Read more »

Information from the Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) on Available Trainings in Non-Violence

Here are a few groups that have done lots of training in nonviolence and could share a range of useful materials: American Friends Service Committee offers training for a wide range of nonviolent campaigns and to help people considering participation in an act of CD. Here’s a link: www.afsc.org/resource/nonviolent-direct-action-civil-disobedience https://www.afsc.org/resource/nonviolent-direct-action-civil-disobedience Pace e Bene nv center… Read more »