Dan William Miller celebrated his 48th birthday on Sept. 25. For 34 of those years, he watched his birthday come and go. But for the last 14 years, he has been unable to do that. The visual clarity that allowed him to enjoy the annual milestone is gone.
Instead, he is learning to adjust to the rapid loss of his vision from a rare eye disease, cone-rod dystrophy.
I am so honored to be here today. Thank you for inviting me to share in this important moment of your life with you.
What makes this event even more meaningful, is that not too long ago, I was sitting right here where you are today. I graduated with my PsyD From CalSouthern’s School of Behavioral Sciences in 2002.
Scholarly publication is a great way to advance one’s career. Book reviews, conference presentations, articles, book chapters and, of course, full-length books are all great ways to share your professional work...
Stephnie Hopple, CalSouthern’s director of the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, provides suggestions regarding what to do—or, more accurately, what not to do—after you have submitted a job application.
Aug 15, 2016
Dr. Bob Weathers and Dr. Linda Fischer
CalSouthern faculty scholarship and publication are important ways that our faculty add value to the education you receive as a CalSouthern learner. Such scholarship gives faculty mentors the opportunity...