San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Hosted by Fielding Graduate University, this educational series features select presentations that are timely and relevant to current social issues from the scholarly fields of human and organizational development, psychology, and educational leadership and change.
This round table discussion will focus on the interdisciplinary intersectionality of the sociopolitical construction of law enforcement and justice, and the uniquely burdensome "problem" of race in America. The goal is to provide an additional venue for "storytelling," to share personal, clinical and research initiatives of individuals in the Fielding School of Psychology community, and to generate suggestions for avenues to direct any energy that may be associated with these topics. Dr. Greene will lead off with his personal perspective of the impact of recent events in this domain, as well sharing his experience of ministry in the prison system as a volunteer.
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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.