Fielding Community Gathering - San Francisco/Oakland Area
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 11:45 AM (PDT)
Please join us!
Fielding Community Gathering Oakland, CA
Alumni || Students || Faculty || Prospective Students || Friends || Community
Stimulating Conversation :: Timely Topics :: Connect with Scholar-Practitioners :: Rich and Engaging Conversation
Margo Okazawa-Rey, EdD, Interim Dean, School of HOD
::Presenting:: Violence in US Society: Socio-historical Perspectives
The mass killings of the school children in Sandy Hook Elementary School re-ignited a nationwide debate on gun violence, the constitutional “right to bear arms,” and myriad other related topics. While these aspects of violence in US society are important, other critical one are not. For example, some communities and certain groups of people in the U.S. face, with clockwork precision and as a matter of course, unrelenting interpersonal, group, and institutional violence. Gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, nation are not unrelated to the systematic and systemic nature and origins of that violence. Participants will be invited to share their thoughts and possible ways to address violence—in whichever ways it appears—in their communities.
Garry Hare, PhD, Program Director, Media Psychology
::Presenting::The World Goes Mobile
Innovations in mobile technology, particularly Augmented Reality (AR), are about to change how we understand visual information. Dr. Hare will show prototypes and recent AR applications illustrating real time language translation, the future of social advocacy and how value is being added to education, architectural environments as well as traditional print and electronic media. Augmented Reality's impact on information design, cognition and the user experience present new challenges for application development and the methodology used to understand it.
Katrina Rogers, PhD, Senior Vice President & Provost
::Presenting:: Organizational Change: A Case Study from the Field of Sustainability
This presentation discusses research that explores the role of individuals in leading organizational change to improve environmental sustainability. The case study highlights the work of a carpet manufacturing company and gives some ideas about what conditions need to be present to create change and how people's environmental values evolve over time.
Meet Recent Recipient of the Sage Activist Scholar Award:
Kitty Kelly Epstein, PhD, Doctoral Faculty, School of Educational Leadership & Change (ELC)
*Light continental breakfast provided
**The discounted parking fee for non-overnight guests/daytime attendees is at $5 per car (flat fee) at the Hilton Oakland Airport hotel.
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Fielding Graduate University
Fielding Graduate University is an accredited nonprofit leader in blended graduate education, combining face‐to‐face and online learning. Our curriculum offers quality degrees and courses for professionals living and working anywhere in the world. Fielding’s faculty members represent a breadth of scholarship and practice in the fields of educational leadership, human and organizational development, and clinical and media psychology. Maintaining Fielding’s reputation for quality programs faculty are mentors and guides to self‐directed students who use their skills to become powerful, and socially‐responsible leaders in their communities, workplaces, and society.