Todd Hioki—master teacher at the Children’s School, adjunct faculty member at Pacific Oaks College, and Human Development alum—has been honored with the 2019 UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructor Award.
A School of Human Development alumna, Dr. Antonia Darder, Ph.D., will be the keynote speaker for the 59th annual commencement on May 11, 2019.
Read Dr. Chamberlain’s full statement regarding the recent proposal and subsequent reversal to eliminate federal funding for the Special Olympics.
Human Development student Gabriele Cabanilla reflects on her new perspective following Pacific Oaks’ trip to South Africa.
Pacific Oaks student Brittney Carey reflects on her first international experience during the “Identity in Context: Examination of South Africa” study abroad course.
Training adults cannot prevent children from experiencing trauma, but it can provide them strategies to reduce its negative impact.
African American, Latinx, and Asian residents in L.A. County are disproportionately affected by pollution. What role can community psychology play in addressing this issue?
Work groups will meet over the next week and share their ideas in a second meeting scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 21.
President Patricia A. Breen, Ph.D., is retiring from Pacific Oaks College & Children’s School after nine years of service.
As a former LAUSD teacher and Dean of the School of Education at Pacific Oaks, Dr. Chamberlain shares her thoughts on the need to value teachers.
From 2015 – 2017 the homeless population in Long Beach decreased by more than 21 percent as the rest of Los Angeles County’s continued to rise. Discover how the concepts of community psychology applied in addressing this problem.
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.