is the Founding Director of the Bridge Program, which provides college classes to low-income adults in Los Angeles, at no cost to students. He is an expert in Justice and Education, The Politics of Psychology, and Postmodern Philosophy.
is the Director of the MA in Psychology, Individualized Concentration (MPIC). He is an expert in Community Psychology, Collaboration and Coalition building, and Empowerment and Social Change Processes.
has an impressive history of university administration and accreditation, scholarship and teaching. A short sampling of his expertise includes, Diversity and Multiculturalism, Higher Education Issues, and School Safety in Academic Environments.
is Professor and Chair of the MA in Education Department. McDermott, a Fulbright Scholar and founder of the Horace Mann Upstanders Children’s Literature Award, is an expert in Clinical Teaching Skills, Democratic Teaching Practices, and Faculty Governance.
has more than 40 years experience as a professor and educational leader. He is a Distinguished Professor of Humanities and President Emeritus of AULA and an expert in American Utopian Communities, Religious Worldviews, and History of Philosophy.
is an organizer, educator, and urban planner. She is an expert in Economic Justice, Community Organization and Activism, Building Economic Power for Working-Class People, and Strategic Actions for a Just Economy.
is Co-Chair of the BA in Liberal Arts program and has over 20 years of experience in the field of Higher Education. She is an expert in Diversity Issues in Organizations, Race Relations and Racial Identity, and Prior Learning.