Our Graduating Student Reflection Speech at the 55th Convocation Ceremony of California Institute for Integral Studies
An interview with CIIS Professor Monica Mody about her new book of poetry Bright Parallels, detailing her inspirations as well as her writing and teaching process
CIIS President Brock Blomberg and Provost Kathy Littles are excited to welcome you to a year of learning, connections, and endless possibilities.
An interview with CIIS alumna Tova Abelson about her recent publication of the Whole Health Card Deck, which helps users connect to six key facets of wellness.
Kini Chang joined as new Chair of Community Mental Health and comes from a liberation and social justice lens when working with trauma associated with systemic oppression, social inequity, community violence, abuse and attachment, juvenile justice reformation, and traumatic grief and loss.
Explore faculty publications on health and wellness, psychology and therapy, Asian philosophy and culture, human meaning, environment, social justice, spirituality and religion, consciousness and philosophy, sex, sexuality and gender, poetry, art and music.
CIIS was overjoyed to hold its 55th Commencement on Sunday, May 14, 2023, the first in-person graduation since 2019. Festivities began at the Sydney Goldstein Theater in San Francisco with a commencement reception on Mission campus.
"We are proud to continue the tradition of coming together and growing as a community, strengthening our ties and forwarding a relationship of shared respect and understanding."
Keynote Speech at the 55th Convocation Ceremony of the California Institute for Integral Studies
An offering by CIIS Student Mia Cruz opened up the 55th Commencement Ceremony of the California Institute for Integral Studies
Don Hanlon Johnson, Ph.D., a long-time professor of Integral and Transpersonal Psychology at CIIS, received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy.
An abstract of Dr. William’s essay and part of a series of essays in the new book, Spiritual Healing from Sexual Violence: An Intersectional Guide.
Professor Arora focused her talk on the interconnected suffering of all genders under patriarchy and the power of witnessing others’ gender stories