Archives For: September 2010

Alumnus Brian Kolodiejchuk, PhD '01 Edits New Book by Mother Teresa

09/14/2010

Alumnus Brian Kolodiejchuk, M.C., PhD '01 Edits New Book Where There Is Love, There Is God: A Path to Closer Union with God and Greater Love for Others by Mother Teresa
Available at Amazon.com

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Alumna Summer Watson, PhD '05 Seeks Post-Doc Internship

09/14/2010

Dear Friends-
I am (Alumna Summer Watson,PhD '05) currently looking for a postdoc internship, fellowship, or a job that will provide supervision hours. I currently living in San Diego, but am willing to relocate within California for supervision.

See attached my CV for your review. Please feel free to send it out to your colleagues or those that might be aware of an internship opportunity. Thank you so much for your time and consideration.

Sincerely-

Summer Watson, M.H.S., Ph.D.
Phone: 760-213-1177
Website: www.personallifecoach4success.com

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Saybrook Alumna Sandy Olliges, MA '08 presents paper Thought Forms in Dreams and Shamanic Visions September 30

09/14/2010

Saybrook Alumna Sandy Olliges, MA '08 presents paper Thought Forms in Dreams and Shamanic Visions Thursday September 30 online at www.asdreams.org/psi2010

International Association for the Study of Dreams
PsiberDreaming Conference 2010
ONLINE September 26 - October 10

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Saybrook Faculty Member Dr. Art Bohart Referenced in Journal Article Illustrating how Media Therapists Lack Empathy in Dealing with Clients

09/14/2010

In the Sept/Oct issue of the Scientific American Mind Saybrook Faculty Member Dr. Art Bohart is referenced in article illustrating how media therapists, Dr. Laura and Dr. Phil, appear to lack empathy in their dealings with clients.

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The Societas Magica to Award The Richard Kieckhefer Prize for Articles Related to the Study of Magic, Witchcraft, and Related Fields

09/14/2010

The Richard Kieckhefer Prize was established by the Societas Magica in 2009 to honor Professor Kieckhefer’s contributions to the field and his mentoring of younger scholars.

It is awarded annually for an unpublished article by a recent PhD (within 2 years of graduation), in any area of the scholarly study of magic, witchcraft, or related fields, judged by the selection committee to be of outstanding quality. In exceptional cases consideration will also be given to graduate student submissions. The prize is supported by Penn Press Journals and the Societas Magica.

The winner will be announced at the Societas Magica meeting in May 2011 as well as in its newsletter and on its website. The winning entry will also be published in the journal Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft and the author will receive a cash prize of $500. Articles from all academic disciplines are welcome. Submissions should be in English and approximately 6,000 words in length. Applicants must not have received their PhD earlier than September 2008. A committee appointed by the Societas Magica will judge the entries. It is not necessary that the prize be awarded each year. The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2011. Please forward an electronic version of the article (.rtf or .doc preferred) to frank.klaassen@usask.ca. In addition, please send three printed copies with a letter indicating date of past or expected reception of PhD and the granting institution.

Frank Klaassen, President
Societas Magica
Department of History
University of Saskatchewan
718 - 9 Campus Drive
Saskatoon, SK
Canada S7L 0M3

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University of Chicago Divinity School Posts Four New Faculty Postions

09/14/2010

The University of Chicago Divinity School has posted four job searches they are currently conducting: Social Scientific Study of Religion, History of Religions, Religious Ethics, and Islamic Studies. The link is on the website http://www.sssrweb.org, but you can see all four by following this link also:

https://academiccareers.uchicago.edu/applicants/jsp/shared/search/SearchResults_css.jsp

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Alumna Marie Fonrose, PhD '03 Releases Children's Book on the Haiti Quake Experience

09/14/2010

Alumna Marie Fonrose, PhD '03 Releases Children's Book on the Haiti Quake Trant Senk Segond/Thirty-five Seconds

Trant Senk Segond/Thirty-five seconds is a unique children’s book, written in Haitian Creole and English, about two Haitian boys’ experience with the January 12 earthquake that killed both of their parents leaving them in an orphanage. The book features full-color photographs, illustrated by Haitian artist, Alexandre Dumas, showing the impact of the earthquake and how it changed their lives forever.

See press release:

http://www.rapidpressrelease.net/newswire/31038/trant_senk_segond__thirty.asp

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Alumnus Jean Millay, PhD '78 Edits New Book Release on Parapsychology

09/14/2010

Alumnus Jean Millay, PhD '78 Edits New Book Release

Radiant Minds: Scientists Explore the Dimensions of Consciousness

This is an update of the Parapsychology Research Group anthology of 1993, SILVER THREADS: 25 Years of Parapsycholoogy Research

The new book has articles by 55 scientists and psychics from many disciplines.

It is available on Amazon.com

Jean Millay, PhD, 1978

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Full-Time Faculty Postion Open in Department of Psychology at Sonoma State University in CA

09/14/2010

Full-Time Faculty Postion Open in Developmental or Cognitive Psychology at Sonoma State University in CA

Starting Fall Semester 2011-2012

Contact:
Gerryann Olson, PhD
Chair, Department of Psychology
Sonoma State University
1801 E.Cotati Ave.
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

olsong@sonoma.edu
fax: 707-664-3113

Direct questions regarding the application process to: facultysearch@sonoma.edu

Reference 103218 with all correspondence and inquiries regarding this position

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