William James College News
Graduate Certificate in School Leadership Prepares Future Principals to Lead with Equitable Strategies in Mind
The GCSL is a principal preparation program designed to address the challenges participants will likely see as future leaders and provide them with the resources necessary to establish inclusive environments for both students and adults.
William James College Honors Longtime Faculty Members’ Impact on College and Students at Transition Celebrations
William James College faculty, staff, and alumni gathered for two events in the month of June to honor and celebrate the accomplishments of a group of ten faculty members who announced they would be moving on from the College this summer.
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Senate President Karen Spilka, a respected leader and champion for diverse social issues including mental healthcare, juvenile justice, educational equity, and services for the elderly, was recently awarded a doctorate of humane letters, the highest honor bestowed by William James College.
Photographer, Philanthropist and Pepperell Native Michael Carroll Awarded an Honorary Degree From William James College
Michael Carroll, a respected philanthropist, nonprofit innovator, and photographer whose images documented the end of the communist regime in Romania, was recently awarded a doctorate of humane letters, the highest honor bestowed by William James College.
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For the 193 students who navigated the unprecedented challenges of pursuing their degrees during a pandemic, coming together for the College’s 42nd Commencement event was not merely a celebration of their accomplishments but proof of their collective resilience.
In the wake of a school shooting, children look to adults for support, guidance, understanding, and safety. Their questions often come as parents, teachers, and other influential adults are also processing their own grief, fear, and sadness. School Psychology faculty members Drs. Barbara Miller and Jason...
Triple Threat: Ta-Cha Addis, PsyD, is First to Graduate from Three William James College Organizational and Leadership Psychology Programs
Ta-Cha Addis earned her Master of Arts in Organizational Psychology degree in 2016, her Leadership Psychology PsyD in 2020, and most recently, earned her Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching this year, making her the first student to graduate from three Organizational and Leadership Psychology...
Tonya Echols brought her professional and personal experiences to a workshop on microaggressions in collaboration with the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.