The best way to experience all that Pacifica has to offer is to attend a weekend introduction to the graduate degree programs. Held on campus in Santa Barbara, California, the weekend introduction provides an excellent opportunity to: learn from faculty-led presentations, attend program-specific information meetings, hear from Pacifica students and alumni about their experience and what they are doing with their degrees, explore the grounds of Pacifica’s two campuses, and learn more about admissions procedures and financial aid opportunities. Space is limited so please register today or call 805.969.3626 ext. 305 for more information.

August Open House - View of the Lambert Campus Courtyard
Tuesday, August 20, 2019
Are you considering graduate school this fall in order to enhance your insight and skills to be of use in your community? Consider joining the vibrant learning community at Pacifica Graduate Institute that is studying Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychologies. Join an online informational meeting with co-founder and co-chair Mary Watkins. Bring any questions you might have.

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August Open House - View of the Lambert Campus Courtyard
Saturday, August 24, 2019
The Pacifica Experience: A One-Day Introduction to Pacifica’s Degree Programs has been designed to give prospective graduate students a comprehensive introduction and orientation to the distinctive educational features of the school.

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An Information Session Webinar - Indigenous Psychologies: Making the Road Otherwise
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Nuria Ciofalo, a community psychologist who has been devoted to co-constructing Indigenous Psychologies will present her collaborative community projects in the Mayan Lacandon Rainforest in the state of Chiapas and the Kumiai community in Baja California, Mexico. These are sketches of decolonial praxes to co-construct “the otherwise.” In her recently published book, Mayan Lacandon youths and adults shared their knowledge on environmental management, ecotourism, education, mythologies, legends, poems, and photography. Nuria is Professor in the Community, Liberation, Indigenous, and Eco-Psychologies Specialization at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

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