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It Takes A Village: Community Care for Autism

It Takes A Village: Community Care for Autism

The Importance of ‘You’ in University Admissions

The Importance of ‘You’ in University Admissions

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Human Trafficking in Our Own Backyard: The Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children

Undergraduate Publications & Presentations

Undergraduate Publications & Presentations

Alliant Educational Foundation Announces $240,000 in Scholarships

Alliant Educational Foundation Announces $240,000 in Scholarships

October 20

A Guide to MBA Concentrations

An MBA is one of the most versatile and sought-after degrees in today’s job market. MBA students have dozens of concentrations to choose from, ranging from finance to management to information technology – and more. Each concentration teaches different skills and opens doors to different opportunities. In this guide, we explore eight of the most popular MBA concentrations and how to pick the one that best aligns with […]

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September 21

The Business of Diversity and Inclusion

Mark Blankenship, Ph.D. graduated from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1987 and has been putting the organizational psychology program’s unique brand to work ever since. Today, he serves as the Chief People, Culture & Corporate Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President of Jack in the Box Inc. Mark and his team of about 140 people, oversee many aspects of the 20,000 employee company; […]

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September 08

Alliant International University Appoints Andy Vaughn as President and CEO

The Board of Trustees of Alliant International University is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Vaughn as President and CEO of the nine-campus university system, with locations in California, Mexico City, Hong Kong and Tokyo. Vaughn has served as Interim President and CEO of the San Diego-based independent university since December 2015. He begins his tenure immediately. Jeff Keith, Chair of the Alliant Board […]

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August 23

I Am Borderline: Beautiful Film, Profound Impact

Before May 2016, when one would look up borderline personality disorder (BPD) the results were either strictly informational or negative; fourth year clinical psychology student, Betsy Usher, has changed that. She created an award winning film titled “I Am Borderline” that explores the journey of someone living with BPD.Usher says, “I created this short film to counteract all the negative stigma the mental health world […]

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August 22

CSPP at Comic-Con: Superhero Psychology

CSPP Adjunct Professor Janina Scarlet’s origin story begins under the plume of radioactive fallout created by Chernobyl. The radioactivity gave the young Scarlet a number of health issues that become worse in adverse weather. After moving to the United States, she became acquainted with the X-men and felt a particular connection with Storm, who’s fate was also tied to the weather. Storm is a mutant character […]

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August 17

Emotional Intelligence and the Power of Organizational Psychology

Travis Bradberry, Ph.D. is an award-winning author, president of a professional consultancy firm, and California School of Professional Psychology alumnus. After receiving his Psy.D. and Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology, he went on to write the #1 bestseller Emotional Intelligence 2.0, and co-founded the world’s premier provider of emotional intelligence (EQ) TalentSmart.  Bradberry set out on a quest to improve the way we build relationships in the workplace […]

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August 12

CSPP in the News: Olympic Sports Psychology

California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant University Professor Ron Stolberg, PhD had appearances on CW San Diego and KTLA Los Angeles over the past two days. He discussed Olympic sports psychology, getting in the zone, and explained what is up with Phelps Face! Check out the clips below: Share this:

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August 04

Help California. Make an Impact. Become a Teacher.

Education is the great equalizer, the most powerful path to success, and the most valuable asset in the modern era…yet the next generation’s ability to get a quality education is being threatened by one of the worst teacher shortage crises in modern history. What can we, as a society, do to reverse this troubling trend? Many school districts are offering signing bonuses and have increased […]

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July 28

Let My People Play: A Psychological Look at the Benefits of Pokémon Go

By Savannah Chapa Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about Pokémon Go— a new addition to the ever so popular Pokémon adventures, where smartphone users can roam their towns catching and training the familiar creatures of their youth. Love it or hate it— it’s a huge hit among kids, teens, and even young adults whose strong nostalgia for the 90’s cartoon and […]

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