In early March, Dr. Toby Spiegel, associate dean of CalSouthern’s School of Behavioral Sciences, was presented with the Excellence in Advising Award from the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) at the organization’s western regional conference.
On the bus ride to the clinic to meet my patient, I stare through the dusty window of the bus at the Hindu Kush mountain range of Eastern Afghanistan. The snow covered mountain peaks amazingly endure in the 80 degree weather.
CalSouthern MBA learner Christian Hessler is an extraordinary man, in the term’s most literal sense. The founder and CEO of user-authentication company LiveEnsure, he also mans the helm of ThereHear, a crowd-sourced API for maps, games and social networks.
Since she was a young girl, Virginia Marsh wanted to be an attorney. But not just any attorney. Virginia was fascinated by the highest, most treasured and most fundamental ideals in American law. She wanted to practice constitutional law.
He is a gifted judge, skilled in the law, fair and compassionate. His excellence on the bench has been widely recognized. Most notably, Judge Widmaier has twice been named Arizona Judge of the Year, in 2009 and 2012.
Mark Lawler, a new faculty mentor in the general education department, comes to CalSouthern with an unusual, yet fascinating academic background in Quaternary paleontology (the study of fossil organisms that lived during the Pleistocene and Holocene Epochs…duh!).
This summer, Chaplain Lt. Col. (Ret.) William Toguchi retired after a military career that spanned 44 years. He began his career in the army, serving as a medic in Vietnam, and retired from the air force, where he worked as a chaplain.