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CSPP at APA Convention 2018

CSPP at APA Convention 2018

The Lasting Psychological Trauma Inflicted at Our Borders

The Lasting Psychological Trauma Inflicted at Our Borders

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

December 08

Delegation from Japan seeks Alliant’s expertise

A delegation from Japan visited Alliant International University seeking suggestions for dealing with the crime of stalking. Chief Police Inspector Yuri Numata and research engineers Hitoshi Takenami and Yu Nagai met with Alliant professors Dr. Glenn Lipson and Dr. James Turner. Also in the photo is a Japanese translator, an Alliant student and an Alliant alumna.

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December 08

Alliant Makes Diverse Magazine’s Top 100 Minority Degree Producers

For the 8th consecutive year, Alliant appears among the “Top 100 Minority Degree Producers,” according to the latest issue of Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Alliant ranks first in awarding doctoral degrees in psychology to Asian Americans, Hispanics and total minorities. Alliant is second in psychology degrees awarded to Hispanics in all disciplines, and fifth in the number of doctorates in business awarded to Asian […]

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December 07

Alliant professor and alumna write impactful book on raising children

Darlene Sweetland and Ron Stolberg are both proud members of the Alliant International University family. Darlene is an alumna and Ron is an assistant professor in the California School of Professional Psychology. Together they wrote the book Teaching Kids to Think: Raising Confident, Independent, and Thoughtful Children. It has met with much success and was selected as one of Publisher’s Weekly 2015 Select Parenting Titles. It’s now […]

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December 04

Preparing for a Job Interview

The Office of Professional Training Presents: Preparing for a Job Interview, by Dr. Sherry Camden-Anders Friday,  December 11                    1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.                            Fresno Campus Auditorium Interviews are both an opportunity to highlight your suitability for the job and an opportunity for you to assess if there is a good fit […]

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December 03

6 Careers with an Applied Criminology Degree

An Applied Criminology degree program is designed to enhance the skill set and employ-ability of those interested in the ever-evolving field of criminology. By combining theory, research and best practices, Applied Criminology programs provide advanced instruction on issues of criminal justice, victim services, security, forensic psychology and criminal law. As with any degree, it’s important to know what type of jobs are available before making […]

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December 03

Choosing an Area of Specialization for your Psychology Degree

Part of any graduate program in psychology is choosing a degree specialization or emphasis area. Choosing an area of emphasis cannot only further direct your studies to help your career training line up with your personal and professional aspirations, but it can also help you narrow your options as you look at different graduate psychology programs. If you are unsure what area of psychology you’d […]

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November 30

Doctorate in Psychology: Is It Worth It?

Choosing to earn a Doctorate in Psychology is a big commitment—and one that isn’t necessarily for everyone. According to a report from the 2010 Council of Graduate Schools, only 65 percent of doctoral psychology students finish their degree program. The other 35 percent drop out for a variety of reasons—bad program fit, lack of financial resources, time constraints, program difficulty and so on. As you […]

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November 23

5 Careers in Education with a Bright Outlook

The need for education will never stop. As long as there is a new class of learners, there will be a need for educators to pass on knowledge to the next generation. Though the need for education stays the same, the face of education is always changing – and with it the rise and fall of different careers. Whether you’re already in the field of […]

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November 19

Alliant Named a Military Friendly School for the Seventh Consecutive Year

For the seventh consecutive year, Alliant International University has made Victory Media’s annual list of Military Friendly Schools. Now in its eighth year, the Military Friendly Schools designation and list awards the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the U.S. that are doing the most to embrace military students and dedicate resources to ensure their success in the classroom and after […]

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