In a field as vast as human development, it can be difficult to figure out where you’ll work after graduation. Consider these three types of workplaces.
Are you interested in human development and also have an interest in education? Learn more about how the two fields work together.
Alumna Trena Hudson, M.A., learned quickly that an education at Pacific Oaks would teach her more than anything measured simply by a test.
Community psychology is the study of how people relate to their community and navigate the world around them. Learn about career options in this field.
With accessibility to technology growing at a staggering rate, the field of human development is playing catch-up to learn its effects.
Reporting fellow Deepa Fernandes, focuses on a wide range of issues related to children from prenatal to age five, their families, and communities.
Human development offers a variety of career paths concerning the human condition and ways to help people live better lives.
Catherine Walter, Ed.D., of Pacific Oaks’ School of Education shares her thoughts on a recent op-ed from The New York Times.
To celebrate our expansion into a new adjacent space we commissioned the creation of 10 posters highlighting its dedication to social justice.
Learn more about how to prepare for the transition as your child enters formal school years.
Bullying in both the classroom and online is a pervasive issue that spans across several age groups. This article examines ways to keep your students safe.
On Tuesday, October 1, Dr. Jack Paduntin was inaugurated as the 11th president of Pacific Oaks College and Children’s School.