Events: CSPP Organizational Psychology Program Presents: Workplace Strategy and Organizational Development

Save the Date: Monday, April 21, 2014 | 7:00pm – 8:45pm At:  San Francisco Campus | Room C104A One Beach Street, San Francisco CA   Workplace Strategy, the alignment of physical space, technology, business process and work practices, is becoming an increasingly important factor in enabling business performance. A changing business landscape, new ways of working, and shifting […]

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Faculty, Student and Alumni Achievements, Organizational Psychology Program, CSPP Issue #3, Spring 2014

Faculty and Student Achievements:    Prof. Nurcan Ensari, Ph.D. Program Director, Los Angeles Prof. Ensari had a recent publication with her colleagues from San Francisco State University, and University of Texas at San Antonio. Boyd, M., Kim, M., Ensari, N., Yin, Z. (2014). Perceived motivational team climate in relation to task and social cohesion    among […]

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Digitizing the Psyche: Two Events Presented by the Center for Integrative Psychology

The Center for Integrative Psychology at Alliant International University presents: Digitizing the Psyche: Human/Nature in the Age of Intelligent Machines Friday April 4th, 6:00PM – 8:30PM Green Hall | Alliant International University | 10455 Pomerado Rd. San Diego, CA 92131 The evening’s talk and discussion explore our constant and ever-present engagement with digital technologies (smart-phones, […]

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16th World Conference on Education Being Held in San Diego in August

The The World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI) at Alliant International University is holding the 16th World Conference on Education in San Diego, CA, August 17-24, 2014 at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center. The theme of this biennial conference is “Integrating Education for a Lasting Culture of Peace and Care of […]

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Alliant Partners with Philippines College and K-12 Teachers to Host One-month International Student Teaching Program

The Hufstedler School of Education at Alliant International University recently hosted a one-month student teaching completion program for student teachers from Miriam College, Quezon City, Philippines. This certificate program in Cross-Cultural Studies in K-12 classroom is a school-based observation program facilitated by teachers and specialists with different areas of teaching expertise. This is the second […]

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2014 Ramona Kunard Award

President Cox has invited the entire Alliant community to submit nominations for the 2014 Ramona Kunard Award. The Award was established upon the retirement of Dr. Kunard to recognize an Alliant staff member who exemplifies the highest standards of leadership, dedication and service to the University.  The staff member selected will receive recognition at the commencement ceremony of […]

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Events: CSPP – Los Angeles OP Program Presents – “The Process of Design and Implementation of a Diversity Management Program“

Save the Date: April 10, 2014   4:30 – 6:00 pm Dr. Shlomit Cohen is an organizational psychologist with over 10 years of experience specializing in change management, project management, communications strategies/plans, training, teams and leadership development.  She has been working at DeVry Medical International (DMI) for the last seven years as a change/project manager. Prior […]

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Resources: Reflections on ‘Making Your Own Way’ in Your Career

Dr. Bernardo Ferdman, professor of organizational psychology, at Alliant’s California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego,  along with Brodie Gregory, Jimmy Davis, Neta Moye, and Candice Young generated the article “Reflections on ‘Making Your Own Way’ in Your Career” based on a panel discussion held at last year’s Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) conference, […]

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News: Schools begin to map out their virtual places of learning

By Andrew Baxter After years of relying on “take it or leave it” technology that often failed  to match their ambitions, business schools wishing to create virtual worlds or  campuses for their students are taking matters into their own hands. As the first  article in this two-part series (“Fresh reality on campus”, February 24)  explained, […]

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