Recently, Alliant Fresno student Diane Le was awarded the I-MERIT Campus Committee Award for the 2014-2015 semester. This award is given to a committee member who demonstrates commitment to diversity issues at Alliant and in the Fresno area. Her name will be added to a plaque on the Fresno campus. Diana took a leadership role when preparing the I-MERIT event “Bridging the Gap Between Fresno […]
Recently, Alliant Fresno, I-Merit and SGA held an event called “Bridging the Gap Between Communities of Color and Police.” This forum was in response to the current racial climate in the U.S. and was an opportunity for community members, academics and the police to come together to talk about important issues such as racial profiling and community-police relationships. There were also discussions about positive change […]
Director of the Crime and Policing Research Group at the University of Huddersfield in the UK, Dr. Jason Roach, will be at Alliant San Diego and Alliant Fresno to present research on street psychology for police and patterns of child homicide in the UK. This free event is open to all students, alumni, faculty, staff, and the campus community. Event Details Alliant San Diego Alliant Fresno […]
Alumna of the California School of Forensic Studies, Fresno campus Angie May Tan Wright had her dissertation research featured in the article “Are arranged marriages less happy?”. It was written by Journalist Marwa Morgan for Daily News Egypt. Click here read the full article.
This spring, we join the graduating students from our seven campuses in celebrating their achievements during Alliant’s 2014 Commencement ceremonies. Nearly 800 undergraduate and graduate students representing more than 20 countries will enjoy this opportunity to share their accomplishments with family, friends, and faculty members. Graduates will receive bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in psychology and mental health, education, business and management, international affairs, forensic […]
Alumna of the forensic psychology PhD program at the California School of Forensic Studies, Fresno, Dr. Amy Bacharach, has been named one of the Top 25 Forensic Psychology Professors nationwide by ForensicColleges.com. Formerly an Adjunct Professor at Argosy University in San Francisco, Dr. Bacharach was commended for her political and human trafficking activism in her local community and regarded as an authoritative spokesperson in the […]