From the development of anti-bias curriculum to the Social Justice Night Awards, explore Pacific Oaks’ long-held commitment to the values of social justice.
Bree Cook, Psy.D., explains why community psychology may be especially relevant to African-American students who want to study mental health.
Community psychology is gaining popularity. But how do you actually become a community psychologist? We break down the process from undergrad to licensure.
Community psychologists must combine their passion for helping people with the ability to diagnose a problem and develop a practical plan of action.
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n., The moral principle determining just conduct, peace, and genuine respect for people. Social justice challenges the roots of oppression and injustice.
Yolanda Carlos, core faculty at Pacific Oaks, was invited to present STEAM lectures and workshops in advancement of partnerships across the Henan Province in China.
TCS International (TCS) brings together five universities, including Pacific Oaks, for a cross-disciplinary, three-month course and 10-day, study abroad experience in Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Stark Spirits distillery co-owner Karen Robinson-Stark reflects on how Pacific Oaks influenced her career path—from childhood development expert to entrepreneur. Discover the “spirit” she found through her work.
Passionate about pursuing a career in early childhood education? Read our guide to the important terms and acronyms you are going to need to know.