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June 2, 2017|VALOR Center|

Meet the new VALOR Center coordinator

June 2, 2017|VALOR Center|

The VALOR Center at JFK University was created to give student veterans the assistance they need to achieve their academic goals. The work of helping veterans transition to campus life, increasing retention rates, improving achievement of their educational and career goals, and providing a higher quality of life is a certainly a group effort; and [...]

May 30, 2017|VALOR Center|

Remembering Our Soldiers on Memorial Day

May 30, 2017|VALOR Center|

What does Memorial Day mean to you? For many, it means pool parties, amusement parks, and hanging with friends. Memorial Day has been branded as the time to throw some dogs on the grill and chug beer with pals while the American flag waves in the background. For others however, it’s a somber day of [...]

May 23, 2017|Sport Psychology, University News|

Sport Psychology Faculty Published in Journals, Books

May 23, 2017|Sport Psychology, University News|

Sport Psychology Program Chair, Dr. Alison Pope-Rhodius, and Research Director and core faculty member, Megan Byrd, have both been busy adding their voices to the sport psychology literature. Here’s a roundup of their latest contributions. Dr. Pope-Rhodius co-authored the article titled, “The relationship between stress and coping in table tennis,” which was recently published in [...]

May 22, 2017|#EducationForChange, College of Psychology|

Embracing Our Futures as Developing Leaders: The Resilience and Strengths of Young Latinas and Their Families

May 22, 2017|#EducationForChange, College of Psychology|

Jessica Moniz, Special Projects Coordinator at JFKUCCC The Latino culture has become so intertwined with American culture, it’s virtually impossible to tell them apart. While some indicators including language still remain to discern a difference, even those markers are being swallowed up as Latinos/as continue to assimilate into this country’s society. While America [...]

May 19, 2017|Consciousness & Transformative Studies|

By the Verde River

May 19, 2017|Consciousness & Transformative Studies|

Here, where the river slips           like Sanskrit From the mouths of rocks, And the hawks in blue swing Above the mistletoe, And the dropped              sun         does nothing On the water's face;   Where I sway by plum-colored currents, This as grass, and mad As a hermit, mad with prayer, In a hovel [...]

May 18, 2017|University News|

I Take a Hike

May 18, 2017|University News|

The world appears to be tipping sideways since the election. Some say it must break to be set right. I, for one, am frightened. If and when it tips, who will be broken? Cut open?   All of this hums like the refrigerator. I hear it when everything else quiets like four a.m., realizing though, [...]

May 17, 2017|Events, Holistic Psychology|

Holistic Research Center Gains Momentum with Research Retreat

May 17, 2017|Events, Holistic Psychology|

On Friday, March 31st the Holistic Research Center hosted a Research Planning Retreat: Pushing the Limits of Knowing in Psychotherapy which was held on the Berkeley Campus.   Zvi Bellin, PhD., Director of the Holistic Research Center, welcomed over a dozen participants in what soon would be a think tank for the role of Holistic paradigms [...]

Faculty Member Charles Burack Releases Third Book of Poetry

Famed artisan Leonardo Da Vinci once wrote, “Painting is poetry which is seen and not heard, and poetry is a painting which is heard but not seen.” Charles Burack is a master painter, and recent release—Leaves of Light—his latest masterpiece. Drawing wisdom from nature, the poems ebb and flow like the waves that inspire them; [...]

Giving Back: One Student’s Experience with Service Learning

When Danielle Fowler, a psychology student and adult learner, undertook her service learning project at JFK University, she had no idea what to expect. Service learning is a requirement needed to graduate – a requirement she expected to fill so she could walk; which she is set to do this June. After a long career [...]

May 12, 2017|Events, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy|

Social Styles and Versatility: Turning the Fundraiser into a Relationship-Builder

May 12, 2017|Events, Sanford Institute of Philanthropy|

For the majority of today's non-profits, donor acquisition is a reality that constantly has to be addressed, as generous and reliable support is the lifeblood of the average organization. Scouting and identifying prospective donors can become arduous in and of itself, but getting them to buy into your mission – literally and figuratively – often [...]

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