The Dangerous Disease that is Love

Love is a dangerous disease, a liability, and can even be deadly. Happy Valentine’s Day. While being in love can have many positive psychological effects on our daily lives, it can also be the harbinger of death and despair. It could be, after all, classified as a psychological affliction. Among the most troubling effects of […]

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How to Become a Teacher in California

Today, more than ever, our nation’s schools need dedicated, qualified teachers. Our world is changing, and our children need the skills required to compete in a rapidly globalizing marketplace. They need to learn the basics, of course, but they also need a strong command of science, technology and engineering – among other skills. Our nation’s […]

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Alliant alumnus named diversity and inclusion chief at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Here at Alliant International University we pride ourselves on diversity and inclusion. Our students, domestic and international alike, graduate with a culturally rich experience and we wouldn’t have it any other way. California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) alumnus James Taylor, Ph.D. shares Alliant’s vision. Dr. Taylor, who earned both his doctorate and master’s degree […]

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Alliant becomes first standalone university to be certified as a B Corp

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 21, 2016 — Alliant International University is pleased to announce it has become the first standalone university in the United States to achieve B Corp Certification, given only to public benefit corporations meeting the highest standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency and legal accountability. The certification confirms Alliant is committed to […]

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Smart Study Habits for a New Year

This year, give yourself an edge in your education. Developing good study habits helps you succeed not only in the classroom, but can improve your focus, problem-solving skills, and even your health. Don’t just limit your New Year’s resolutions to eating better and exercising more. This year, make a plan to improve your study techniques […]

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Alliant professor shares superhero therapy

Alliant International University’s Dr. Janina Scarlet was a guest on Tuesday morning on the set of San Diego Living on CW6. Dr. Scarlet shared how you can model your behavior after your favorite superhero to overcome adversity. It’s especially relevant during the holidays. See the interview here: http://www.cw6sandiego.com/superhero-therapy-2/ Learn more about Dr. Scarlet’s therapeutic techniques at http://www.superhero-therapy.com/

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Alliant International University and Dr Cox have agreed to a leadership transition

The Alliant International University Board of Trustees and University president, Dr. Geoffrey Cox, have agreed to begin a transition to new leadership for the University.   A national search for Alliant’s next president will begin immediately after the New Year with the goal of appointing someone to the permanent position during the course of the year. […]

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Alliant Named Top School in 2016 Military Advanced Education Research Study

Military Advanced Education & Transition (MAE&T) has awarded Alliant International University the designation of a Top School in its 2016 MAE&T Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran education. The guide was released this December, and is available online at www.mae-kmi.com. From community colleges to state universities, online universities and […]

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