GGU is pleased to announce a major expansion of the university’s giving societies that will provide greater recognition of our most generous donors, both for lifetime and for annual giving. Each of these gifts has helped GGU keep its programs and technology updated so that it can continue providing the [...]
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KATHLEEN WRIGHT HONORED: Visiting Professor Kathleen “Kitty” Wright (LLM 91) was recognized on June 21 by the CalCPA Education Foundation, which selected her as its 2012-13 Outstanding Conference Speaker. Wright, who directs GGU’s State and Local Taxation certificate program, is a CPA with 40 years of experience in tax [...]
Research, Teaching, Blogging — All in a Day’s Work Assistant Professor Tom Wooldridge is a licensed clinical psychologist, a researcher and a blogger for Psychology Today. His blog, “The Forgotten Gender,” is about men’s struggles with eating, weight and shape. In private practice, Wooldridge works with individuals, couples and [...]
GGU has always featured practice-based education — the sit-and-get lecture model was long ago replaced by group discussions and student-focused activities. But the classrooms themselves weren’t exactly ideal for students’ new learning styles. All that is about to change. The hammering has already begun on Phase 7A of [...]
by Professor Eric Christiansen, Faculty Chair, GGU School of Law In her orientation address to first-year students, Rachel Van Cleave spoke about how the determination of Olympic athletes is rivaled by that of law students. She showed Nike’s “find your greatness” campaign video from the 2012 Summer Olympics [...]