“A Time to Rejoice, Reflect and Renew” 2019 Unity Telethon

“A Time to Rejoice, Reflect and Renew” Unity Telethon 14 December 2019 4-8 p.m. #OurNeighborsOurCommunity Join us again this year for the 33th Annual Unity Telethon hosted once again [...]

Breaking the Mold: The LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness is supporting student success one heart and one mind at a time.

Patricia Taylor, PhD Depth Psychology 2007 – founder of the center is our alumna. Breaking the Mold The LaFetra College of Education’s Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness is [...]

Coming Home Cyber Monday Special Just for YOU

Announcing First-Ever PGIAA COMING HOME Cyber Monday Have you been thinking about the good old days at Ladera Lane?   Do memories of conversations in the Dining Hall still make you smile?  Are [...]

Now Accepting Nominations for the 2020 Wendy Davee Award for Service

Dear All, The Wendy Davee Award for Service honors our alumna’s memory by recognizing an alumnus/a who exemplifies Wendy’s spirit of community, service, and dedication – soul tending. The award [...]

November Myth Salon

As we move past the months of daylight savings time into the days where every day has a little less light, I’m motivated to pause for a few moments to give thanks for all the blessings we are [...]

Meet Our New PGIAA Board of Directors and Officers

Announcing the 2020 Award Cycle of the Walter Odajnyk Scholarship

We are pleased to announce the 2020 award cycle of the Walter Odajnyk Scholarship for students in Mythological Studies at Pacifica Graduate Institute. The fund was started by students to honor [...]

New PGIAA Community Network YouTube Tutorial

Jennifer Selig, PhD ~ Coming to Chicagoland

They Had a Dream (We Have a Dream): C G Jung, Martin Luther King, Jr, and the Evocative Power of Symbols Jennifer Leigh Selig, PhD Friday, October 4, 2019  |  1-4:00PM  |  C G Jung Institute of [...]

Decoloniality and Positionality by Breana Johnson, Tarell Kyles, and Mari Larangeira

Colonialism and resistance to it, began in the 15th century with the imposition of European cultures and geopolitical powers upon Indigenous cultures. While simultaneously carving up land and [...]