Archives For: November 2011

Licensed Psychologist Position Open at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, CO


Announcing a full time, very well paying position at Fort Carson, Colorado in Colorado Springs.

The psychologist needs to be licensed, but I'm not sure if it has to be Colorado, although Colorado is pretty easy to get licensed in. The company recruiting is listed below, which I have forwarded to you. I worked for them for 3 years and they are great. They pay $50 per hour and you are an employee with benefits. Extra hours are often available as well. Great team to work with. The therapy and assessments are with active duty soldiers, many having been deployed. EMDR and experience in trauma is helpful. It is a contract position. Elsa Quiroga is contact at e-mail below. Thanks for your help. I know Saybrook has graduates around the country, and Zeitgeist supplies psychologists for military installations around the country, so they could be a good source for your grads. Thanks for your help. Hope everything is going well at Saybrook. I have fond memories of my years in the psychology programs there.

Aloha, Dr. Dea Coschignano, Ph.D. Saybrook '00

From: Elsa Quiroga
Date: Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 8:59 AM
Subject: RE: Address Change from Dr. C.
To: deanna coschignano


XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Any leads on whom we can offer the position, it is still vacant.

Please help and have a Great Holiday!!


Elsa Quiroga
Executive Business Manager
Direct Line 210.271.7411
Direct Fax 210.271.9414

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Nanette Burton Mongelluzzo, PhD (2006) Releases New Book on Self-Esteem


My latest book, The Everything Guide To Self-Esteem, with CD, was just released in November 2011 by Adams Media.
Nanette Burton Mongelluzzo, PhD (2006)

Available at

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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:

Pace e Bene nv center . . . has done the training for Nevada Test Site civil resistance among other things and have hundreds of more general trainings and have produced manuals used by thousands of groups. A recent training & manual of theirs is entitled Engage (you may have heard of a previous one, From Violence to Wholeness)

Training for Change:

Fellowship of Reconciliation, OR

ACT UP has gained a strong reputation for CD training; a link:

and there is a directory:

...a friend went one of the trainings this past summer for young people opposing the Marcellus Drilling. Here's a link:

re civil disobedience training and legal support for university groups, and the importance of reviewing ones school's code of conduct and student handbook to understand the rules of what can and can't be done:

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Alumnus Eric Kreuter, Ph.D.'06 Presented Case Study on Victimization in Chongqing, China in October


Alumnus Eric Kreuter, Ph.D.'06 presented a case study on victimization in
Chongqing, China in October at the 2nd Annual World Forensic Congress.

Eric also has an upcoming book, to be released Dec 2011: Victimization Analyzed Through the Voices of a Predator: Expansion of a Single Case Study, Nova Science Publishers.

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Alumna Deirdre Bundy, M.A. '09 Releases New Playball Newsletter


Click here to see the new Playball Newsletter about a sports skills and movement program for kids age 2 to 6 created by Alumna Deirdre Bundy, M.A. '09.

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Alumnus Steven Kull, PhD '80 Releases New Edition of World Public


See new release of World Public Opinion November 10, 2011 by Alumnus Steven Kull, Ph.D.'80.

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Part Time Faculty Postition Open in Saybrook University's College of Mind-Body Medicine


MBM Part Time Faculty Position:

Teaching Coaching for Health and Wellness

The College of Mind-Body Medicine is looking for a certified Health and Wellness Coach, with graduate level teaching experience to teach basic and advanced coaching for health and wellness skills. This individual must have some familiarity with online learning environments and a desire to facilitate both academic learning as well as skills based learning.

Individual must have a Master’s or PhD
Individual must have either a certificate in Health and Wellness coaching or relevant training in Health and Wellness coaching
Individual must have teaching and group facilitation experience
Individual must have and interest in academic learning and skills in academic writing and critical thinking
Individual must be comfortable teaching both in person and online

Applications should include a resume and cover letter and should be sent either electronically or via mail to:

Kim Sroda. –
Saybrook University,
747 Front St. 3rd Fl,
San Francisco, CA 94111


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Do you know the way to San Jose? The 56th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences July 15 to 20, 2012 San Jose, CA


Do you know the way to San Jose? Put July 15 to 20, 2012 on your calendar to join us at the 56th Annual Meeting of the International Society for the Systems Sciences.

San Jose State University, San Jose, CA
July 15 to 20 2012

The theme for ISSS 2012 is Service Systems, Natural Systems. This meeting will be organized to foster learning conversations in dialectics between service scientists (with social and technological orientations) and natural scientists (with ecological and biological orientations).

Conference information is incrementally evolving at .

Abstracts and papers will be accepted beginning September 15, 2011. Other important dates are listed at

As always, if you have questions, you can direct them to the ISSS Office at . SIGs headed by Saybrook and Faculty are listed here (with many others of interest):

In addition: Lezlie Kinyon (your Saybrook Homepage editor) with Bela A. Banathy (Saybrook faculty) will re-convene the Arts-Informed Inquiry proto-SIG. Contact: or (Not listed on the ISSS site yet.)

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ALUMNI, are you interested in enrolling in the Jungian Studies Certificate Program, or the M.A. or Ph.D. Degree in Psychology, with a Specialization in Jungian Studies?

If yes, please send an email with your name and interests, to:

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Announcements from HERS (Higher Education Resource Services)


Dear Colleague:

Applications are now open for women leaders whom your campus would like to nominate for the 2012-2013 HERS (Higher Education Resource Services) Institutes for Women in Higher Education Administration.

HERS offers TWO Summer Institutes - the first at Bryn Mawr College and the second at the University of Denver. Both offer a TWO WEEK residency with a 12-day program of presentations, case studies, interviews and on-campus assignments. A comprehensive fee of $6600 covers tuition, meals & campus housing:

HERS Bryn Mawr Summer Institute (Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania)
June 17-July 1, 2012

HERS Denver Summer Institute (Denver, Colorado)
July 22-August 5, 2012

In addition, HERS offers an academic-year Institute with four interconnected 3-day seminars, providing the same core curriculum while taking advantage of opportunities for group assignments between sessions. The fee of $5400 for HERS Wellesley covers tuition & meals only; hotel accommodations are available at HERS Institute rates.

HERS Wellesley Institute (Wellesley, Massachusetts)
October 11-13, November 8-10, 2012 & February 7-9 & March 14-16, 2013

HERS provides the opportunity for an EARLY APPLICATION DISCOUNT. All applications submitted for consideration by December 1, 2011 will be eligible for a $500 discount on HERS fees. More information about the curriculum, faculty, fees, accommodations, application process and related deadlines can be found at our website: For other questions, please contact Shannon Martin-Roebuck at 303-871-3975 or

Best regards,

Judith S. White

President & Executive Director
HERS (Higher Education Resource Services)
The Chambers Center
University of Denver
1901 East Asbury Avenue
Denver CO 80208
(303) 871-6866

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Two Faculty Positions Open at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in Child Development


Two faculty positions are open at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in the Child Development divison.

Open Rank Professor of Educational Psychology in Child/Lifespan Development (2 positions)

Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

The Department of Educational Psychology seeks applications from individuals with research interests in child development and/or lifespan development in educational contexts for two full time nine-month faculty positions, one of which will be tenured and one which will be tenure-track. The College of Education provides strong support for research and opportunities for collaboration with leaders across campus and in the field, and is ranked in the top 25 colleges in 2011 by US News and World Report. We are known for our groundbreaking research, innovative approaches to teaching, and service to the global community. The Department of Educational Psychology is a top-10 ranked department. Faculty members have diverse research interests in broad areas such as cognition and student learning, child development, quantitative/qualitative methodology & measurement, and counseling psychology. Collaborations among faculty members are common across other departments in the College of Education, other colleges and faculty at other universities.

More information about the Department of Educational Psychology is available at

Position responsibilities: Successful applicants will have research interests in the cognitive, social, and/or cultural dimensions of human development in educational contexts. The specific substantive area of interest is open but may include topics such as achievement motivation; gender, race, ethnicity, and diversity in school settings; children’s peer relations; bullying and aggressive behavior; risk and resilience factors; learning and plasticity; prevention science. The successful applicant will be expected to advise doctoral and master’s students, to teach both graduate and undergraduate courses in child development and/or lifespan development, and to assume an active role as responsible members of the College’s scholarly community.

Qualifications: Candidates for either position must hold an earned doctoral degree in educational psychology, human development, psychology, or a related field, and candidates with expertise in longitudinal data analysis and experimental and prevention-oriented field methods will be highly considered. At the senior (tenured) rank, the successful applicant will have a track record of sustained productivity in a significant program of research, and demonstrated success in securing external funding. At the non-tenured junior rank, the successful candidate will have established a clear trajectory for a program of significant research with potential to attract external funding. All applicants should provide evidence of teaching ability.

Salary and Starting Date: Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience.

The proposed starting date is August 16, 2012.

Application: To ensure full consideration, all required application materials must be submitted by November 15, 2011. Please create your candidate profile through and upload your application materials into one combined pdf file: letter of application, CV, statement of teaching and research interests, and teaching evaluations if available, and the names and contact information for three professional references. Finalists will be asked to provide up to 3 examples of publications. Interviews will begin after November 15 and continue until the position is filled.
For more information about this search please contact: Professor Dorothy Espelage, Search Committee Chair at or 217-333-9139.

The University of Illinois is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer and welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity (

Please contact me for further information.

Dorothy L. Espelage, Ph.D.
Professor & University Scholar
Associate Chair
Dept. of Educational Psychology
Child Development Division
University of Illinois
220A Education
1310 S. Sixth Street
Champaign, IL 61820-6925
(217) 766-6413
(217) 244-7620 (Fax)

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Two Faculty Positions Open at Chapman University


Dear Friends,

We have 2 faculty positions open at Chapman University. They are both assistant level, tenure track. So if you know of a good post-doc close to completion please pass the info on. If anyone would like more info they can feel free to contact me directly; I'm on the search committee.

Behavioral Medicine/Health Psychology:

Quantitative Psychology


David Pincus, Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Faculty of Psychology
Crean School of Health and Life Sciences
Schmid College of Science
Chapman University

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Call for Papers: Scietific & Academic Publishing, USA


Call for Papers; Scietific & Academic Publishing, USA
Dear Professor/Researcher,

This is Scientific & Academic Publishing(SAP), USA.

SAP is an open access publisher of journals covering a wide range of academic disciplines. If you are interested in our journals, please send your manuscripts to us by our online submission system . All manuscripts submitted will be considered for publication and the publication fee is free.

Your papers will be published as soon as possible and we will mail the print format to you later.

Welcome to visit our website at:,

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Call for Proposals: The Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants 2011-2012


Call for Proposals: The Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants 2011-2012

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction at Indiana University is pleased to announce a Call for Proposals for The Kinsey Institute Student Research Grants 2011-2012. This program confers sexuality research grants to emerging scholars and seeks to fund significant and innovative research, from a wide array of disciplines and perspectives, that deals with human sexuality. The program is supported by donations from Friends of The Kinsey Institute.

The Kinsey Institute will fund up to six proposals at $750 each, half of which will be from graduate students at Indiana University and the other half from graduate students enrolled at other universities in the United States. It is an expectation that results from the funded studies will ultimately be submitted for publication in peer-reviewed scientific journals. In addition, descriptions of the research will be posted on The Kinsey Institute’s website.

Proposals are now being accepted.

Application and supporting materials should be submitted by email to The deadline for submission of proposal materials is November 1, 2011.

Applications for funding should include a clear and concise research description (study rationale, methods, and planned data analysis), a budget, and a letter of support from a faculty mentor/advisor. The maximum length is three pages for the research description and one page for the budget. All applicants must be registered as full time graduate students at accredited universities in the United States. In one year’s time following the funding award, we require awardees to submit to The Kinsey Institute preliminary findings of the study in the forms of a one page final report. In addition, the awardees will send the institute any presented/accepted abstracts for presentations at scientific meetings and/or submitted/accepted publications in peer-reviewed journals that are based on the funded research.

For more information, please visit The Kinsey Institute’s website at: .

Questions regarding the forthcoming grant cycle may be directed to Dr. Barbara Van Der Pol at .

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Developmental Psychology Position Available in the Psychology Department at Western Washington University


Developmental psychology position available in the Psychology Department at Western Washington University

We are seeking to hire an individual with expertise in the study of development in cultural context.

Kate McLean
Associate Professor

Department of Psychology
Western Washington University
516 High Street, MS 9172
Bellingham, WA 98225

Office: AIC 180
Phone: 360-650-3570
Fax: 360-650-7305

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Applications Available for Eurasia Program Fellowships


From Lezlie Kinyon:

Eurasia Program Fellowships
The deadline is ASAP and it is very competitive - Supporting and sustaining American expertise on and within this critical world region

Open for applications, next deadline is November 15th 2011.

The Eurasia Program offers three types of fellowship support in 2011, providing financial and academic support to graduate students in the early stages of dissertation development, Ph.D. candidates near completion of their doctoral programs in the social sciences and related humanities, and young scholars within five years of the completion of their Ph.D.

The funding for this fellowship program is provided by the Department of State, Bureau of Intelligence and Research, Office of Outreach Title VIII Program for Research and Training on Eastern Europe and Eurasia (Independent States of the Former Soviet Union). One of the goals of the Title VIII program is to support and sustain American expertise on the countries of Eastern Europe and Eurasia. This program also works to support outreach; build relationships between the policy community and the academic community; help build national capability by engaging diverse experts in the exploration of new ideas and perspectives; and create new knowledge and research.

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Position Available as Psychologist Research Coordinator University of Rhode Island


Psychologist Research Coordinator

South County Child and Family Consultants/LearningWorks for Kids is looking for a unique individual who can combine clinical, research and managerial skills. This will be a half-time position that combines conducting clinical work at South County Child and Family Consultants, joining our multidisciplinary research team and supervising a team of interns from the University of Rhode Island through LearningWorks for Kids. The position is ideal for a recent Ph.D who needs clinical supervision hours for licensure, would like to publish, and has an interest and expertise in education and business development.

The clinical portion of the job will consist of conducting psychological evaluations with children and working as part of a larger clinical team that develops recommendations for children with learning, attention, and executive-functioning difficulties. The clinical position will require basic familiarity with a range of psychological test measures, including the WISC-IV, WAIS-IV, and some common neuropsychological measures. Additional training and supervision in the area of testing will be available. Psychologists do not need to be licensed for this position, as they will be closely supervised by the clinical director of South County Child and Family Consultants. Weekly supervision by a licensed clinical psychologist will be provided in order to assist the person in moving towards licensure.

The research and managerial component is through LearningWorks for Kids, an educational consulting company that develops curricula for teaching children executive-functioning and academic skills through their involvement with video games and other digital technologies. This position requires good organizational skills, the capacity to multi-task, and excellent interpersonal skills. The research coordinator will supervise approximately 10 undergraduate and graduate students from The University of Rhode Island and become part of a management team that is taking LearningWorks for Kids to market. The successful applicant will need to have a level of interest and expertise in digital technologies. Applicants do not need to be avid video-game players but should be well-versed in using a variety of digital technologies, including cell phones, iPods, and the Internet. This is a great opportunity to join a very active research team in an emerging area of study, with numerous publication opportunities and possible evolution into a full-time position.

The research component will include participating in a series of studies that are exploring the role of video games and other digital technologies with children who have attentional, learning and social/emotional difficulties. We have 2 ongoing studies of assessment tools that have developed to examine executive functioning skills in children. We also have many ongoing projects that require data analysis and discussion to get them ready for publication and presentations.

Compensation for this position is in the mid $20K range based upon experience, degree, and hours. The individual selected for this position will also have an opportunity to have additional earnings through involvement as a start-up member of the LearningWorks for Kids team.

The setting: South County Child and Family Consultants/LearningWorks for Kids is located in coastal Rhode Island, approximately 10 minutes from the beach.

Visit our sites at: and

Contact us: Applicants are asked to email a current CV and letter of interest to I. Randy Kulman, Ph.D. at

I. Randy Kulman, Ph.D.
Clinical Director of South County Child and Family Consultants
1058 Kingstown Road, Wakefield, RI 02879

Interested parties should send a letter of interest and a resume to Dr. Randy Kulman at
Randy Kulman, Ph.D.
President, LearningWorks for Kids
"Playing Smarter in a Digital World"
Office: 401-789-1553

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Project Manager/Researcher Position: Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing


Project Manager/Researcher Position: Advancing Interdisciplinary
Research in Singing -(AIRS) University of Prince Edward Island

Applications are invited for the position of AIRS Project
Manager/Research Associate (or Project Manager/Research Scientist -
depending on qualifications). The position is based at the University of
Prince Edward Island, Canada and is available immediately. It offers an
exciting opportunity for someone with a unique combination of
technical, management, and research strengths, and interests in music,
culture, cognitive social science and digital communications. A
doctorate in a relevant field (e.g., linguistics, social sciences,
cognitive science, music information retrieval, etc.) is preferred as is
7 or more years of experience, although more junior or more senior
candidates will be considered. Salary is commensurate with experience
(within the University context).

Please see for a more detailed job posting and
send a resume, letter of application, and names of 3 referees (will not
be contacted without candidate's knowledge) to
quoting the position number: 125E11.

AIRS (Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing) is a leading
edge major collaborative research initiative focussing on singing: how
singing develops, how to teach singing and use singing to teach, and
how singing impacts on well-being broadly defined. The project is also
developing a digital library using Drupal and Fedora to support the
research. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of
Canada is funding the project for 7 years, and the project is in its
3rd year of operation. Approximately 60% of the researchers are from
Canada and the remainder represent 15 other countries on 6 continents.
see for information about AIRS.

The position of Administrative Assistant for the AIRS project is also

Contact Annabel Cohen, for further information.

AIRS (Advancing Interdisciplinary Research in Singing) is a leading
edge major collaborative research initiative focussing on singing: how
singing develops, how to teach singing and use singing to teach, and
how singing impacts on well-being broadly defined. The project is also
developing a digital library using Drupal and Fedora to support the
research. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) of
Canada is funding the project for 7 years, and the project is in its
3rd year of operation. Approximately 60% of the researchers are from
Canada and the remainder represent 15 other countries on 6 continents.
see for information about AIRS.

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Audio of Alumnus Marc Seifer, Ph.D. '86 Biography of Nikola Tesla is Now Available


The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla: Biography of a Genius

By Marc J. Seifer, Ph.D. '86

Narrated by Simon Prebble

Nikola Tesla (1856–1943), credited as the inspiration for radio, robots, and even radar, has been called the patron saint of modern electricity. Based on original material and previously unavailable documents, this acclaimed book is the definitive biography of the man considered by many to be the founding father of modern electrical technology. Among Tesla's creations were the channeling of alternating current, fluorescent and neon lighting, wireless telegraphy, and the giant turbines that harnessed the power of Niagara Falls.

Click here for purchase details.

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Job Opening – Program Director of Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. Program, California School of Professional Psychology


Job Posting – Program Director of Clinical Psychology, Psy.D. Program


We are seeking an innovative and proven academic and administrative leader for this APA-accredited Clinical PsyD program. This is a full-time position where one-quarter time is spent in teaching and mentoring of students. The Program Director reports to the Dean of CSPP. Responsibilities include: 1) ensuring delivery of a quality academic program, including curriculum development and evaluation; 2) oversight of program faculty and staff recruitment, hiring, development, and retention; leading a collaborative process with the faculty and its committees, executing its decisions effectively and ensuring that everyone is informed of critical developments in a timely and effective manner; 3) Working collaboratively with the Office of Professional Training to ensure high quality student clinical field training; 4) ensuring program continuity through collaborative work with admissions and enrollment management personnel; 5) working collaboratively with student services personnel to ensure that registration, student orientation, financial aid, and other student services are responsive to student needs; 6) handling student complaints according to university and program student evaluation and review procedures; 7) developing an Annual Operating Plan and Annual Budget Plan and ensuring implementation of and adherence to same; 8) ensuring that tasks related to WASC and APA accreditation are implemented, including developing and writing self-study reports and responses and submitting annual reports, and 9) working with the Dean, CSPP faculty, and other program directors to develop and implement strategies for innovation in the education of psychologists for professional practice.

Candidates must have a Doctoral Degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology (Licensed or License eligible in California), and 1) academic administrative experience, and knowledge of and/or experience with the APA and WASC accreditation processes, 2) experience in teaching and mentoring within a graduate psychology program,3) a record of achievement in the field, 4) all candidates will have demonstrated an understanding of diversity issues, clinical expertise in providing services to diverse and underserved populations and a commitment to productive scholarship, and 5) candidates also should have demonstrated competency in training students to work with multicultural and/or international populations and/or conducting culturally relevant research.

Application materials including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of teaching and research interests, and contact information for three current references should be sent to Erica Holmes, Psy.D. at (subject line: PsyD PD search) office number 626-270-3352.

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Alumna Myrna Araneta, Ph.D. '09 Presented Paper at the People Management Association of the Philippines Conference, October 12-14, 2011


Alumna Myrna Araneta,Ph.D.'09 Presented: How can Leaders and Managers create an environment for People Engagement and Internal Change? at the:
People Management Association of the Philippines Conference
October 12-14, 2011

Drawing from business and new scientific (physics) research, this session unpacked these strategic questions:
1. Why leaders/managers need to engage the “same people” to do business differently in this global economy?
2. What is Employee Engagement, what is at its core?
3. Under what conditions do people become “engaged” (commit) to a course of change and action?
4. What is internal change and why this is needed to succeed in transforming our contributions to succeeding in this global economy?

Practical Implications for revising our current business paradigm that tries to change business outcomes by changing physical actions through reengineering, motivating employees and other means of optimizing processes or cutting prices of products may not be sufficient to get us the results we desire.

In this session, the urgency to embed this core scientific research into the heart of our culture was emphasized.

Myrna Araneta, M.A., Ph.D.
Founder and Principal Consultant
Cell Phone: 860-778-5718; 702-339-6032
Inspiring Lives: Personal Stories of Sustained Transformation
Skype: ProfAraneta

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Early Career Fellowships Available at The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies


A wonderful opportunity:

Through its Jean Monnet Fellowship Programme the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) offers fellowships to post-docs in an early stage of their academic career. During their stay at the RSCAS, fellows work on a research topic that fits well in the overall research profile of the RSCAS and participate in the academic life of the Centre and of the EUI. Each fellow is assigned a professorial mentor.

The Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) is devoted to inter-disciplinary, comparative, and policy research on the major issues on the European integration process.

In addition to its own faculty, the Centre hosts a large post-doctoral fellowship programme, academic and non-academic visitors, and it is committed to enhance the dialogue with the world of practice.

Lezlie Kinyon, Ph.D. '05

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Opening at Cherry Hill Seminary For Chair of its Pastoral Counseling Department.


Dear Friends,

Cherry Hill Seminary needs a chair for its Pastoral Counseling Department. Attached are the particulars. Please consider applying for this position, and/or share this message with any colleagues you consider to be qualified and who might be interested. This is a unique opportunity to help build and shape a solid Pagan culture within the overculture. Feel free to post this notice on bulletin boards in appropriate venues.

The person who fills this job will be working with our Academic Dean, Dr. Wendy Griffin, who is accomplished, professional, and fun to work with. So is Executive Director Holli Emore, not to mention our exceptional faculty and students.

Thanks for your consideration.

Yours in changing culture,


Position: Chair of the Department of Pagan Pastoral Counseling
Effective Date: one year with possible renewal
Minimum Qualifications: Masters or higher degree in a relevant counseling or clinical field from an accredited institution (e.g., MSW; MS Counseling; MDiv with focus on pastoral counseling; Counseling or Clinical Psychology Ph.D.); support for core values of Cherry Hill Seminary and Pagan-centered ministry; experience working constructively with those in the Pagan community; comfort with web-based classroom and other communications technology needed to deliver high quality courses, such as Moodle and Skype, or willingness to learn via tutorial offered by CHS; access to both computer and telephone; regular access to high speed internet

DUTIES: Oversees course offerings: including scheduling, faculty hiring, supervision, and evaluation; syllabi review; course development; other tasks as assigned by the administration

TIME: Approximately ten hours a week, flex-time
COMPENSATION: Free tuition each semester in one class offered at Cherry Hill Seminary, the opportunity to teach an occasional course and receive regular faculty fees, and the knowledge that you are helping to build a lasting institution that reflects your goals and values. Unfortunately, this is all that can be offered at the current time.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION: Your letter of intent; curriculum vitae; three letters of recommendation; official transcript from institution awarding your advanced degree.
Letters of intent should be sent to Hard copies of all letters and original transcripts should be sent to Cherry Hill Seminary, P.O. Box 5405, Columbia, SC 29250-5405
Cherry Hill Seminary prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability, political belief or affiliation, veteran status, or sexual orientation and any other class of individuals protected from discrimination under state or federal law in any aspect of the access to, admission, or treatment of students in its programs and activities, or in employment and application for employment. Furthermore, Seminary policy includes prohibitions of harassment of students and employees, i.e., racial harassment, sexual harassment, and retaliation for filing complaints of discrimination.
For more information about teaching at Cherry Hill, go to

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A Plea from the Ethical Coalition of Psychology to Get Psychology Out of the Business of Torture



Help sign on to get psychology out of the business of torture.

It just takes a minute.



Marc Pilisuk, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus, The University of California
Professor, Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center

Dear Colleagues,

The Coalition for an Ethical Psychology is spearheading a call for annulment of the American Psychological Association’s deeply flawed 2005 Presidential Task Force Report on Psychological Ethics and National Security (PENS).

The key conclusion of the PENS Report – despite clear evidence to the contrary – is that psychologists play a critical role in keeping national security detainee interrogations “safe, legal, ethical and effective.” The PENS Report continues to be used as an authoritative document today, especially in national security contexts. Leading human rights groups and professionals from a range of fields – including psychology, medicine, law, military, and intelligence –have therefore joined together in this important annulment effort.

Below is the brief petition statement, along with the names of organizations and individuals that have been “early signers” to the call. A background statement with detailed documentation is available online at:

We are now reaching out to professionals from a variety of disciplines and the general public because we believe this is a critical human rights issue with ramifications that extend far beyond psychology alone. We hope you will join this initiative, and there are two valuable ways that you can contribute:

1. Please add your name to the annulment call at

2. Please share this email and accompanying information with your professional colleagues through listservs and personal correspondence, so that they too have the opportunity to sign on.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


Roy Eidelson, on behalf of the Coalition for an Ethical Psychology

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Alumna Angel Ryono, M.A. '11 will be speaking at the International Studies Association Convention in April 2012


Alumna Angel Ryono, M.A. '11 will be speaking at the International Studies Association Convention in April 2012. She will be talking about how the conditions that facilitate social media will impact peacebuilding in Cambodia.

Details will be forthcoming.

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Network on the Alumni Messenger: Look for, and Contribute to, Openings and Opportunities


Network on the Alumni Messenger: Look for, and Contribute to, Openings and Opportunities in the pages of the Alumni Messenger.

If you know of, or have, an Opportunity or Opening submit all information here and this listing will be added to the Messenger.

Return often to the Messenger for updates, or subscribe to an RSS Feed in the left hand column.

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Saybrook University issues statement in support of the Occupy Movement


Saybrook University Issues Statement in Support of the Occupy Movement

On Friday, Oct. 28, Saybrook University issued the following statement:

Saybrook University's stated mission is to promote the creation of a more "humane, just and sustainable world." We call on local governments and the federal government to respect and support the Occupy movement protesters' rights of nonviolent speech and assembly.

Members of our community are invited to share their opinion, experience, and photos of the occupy movement on the Saybrook Forum.

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