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University of the Rockies Faculty and Students Travel to China to Share Western Philosophy
Date:3/2/2009

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 2 /PRNewswire/ -- West meets East as faculty, students and alumni from University of the Rockies embark on China for a two-week journey to share their knowledge with peers on the Western ways of thinking in psychology.

The educational adventure, taking place March 27 through April 14, includes a lecture in existential psychology by Dr. Louis Hoffman, core faculty member and editor-in-chief of University of the Rockies press. Dr. James Ungvarsky, a leading lecturer of the university, will speak about the influence of Western research history and methods.

Seven students from Colorado and New Mexico will also present at universities across Hong Kong, Shanghai and Nanjing. The students are Elizabeth Saxon, Trent Claypool, Jason Dias, Kate McGuire from Colorado Springs, Colo.; Natalie Williamson from Albuquerque, N.M.; and Cheryl Deloia from Tijeras, N.M.

"Overcoming language barriers is at the forefront of international communications. Fortunately, two of our students who know and have studied Mandarin will serve as translators," said Hoffman.

"The faculty and students have spent months studying and preparing for these lectures and we are excited to share our knowledge with our Eastern counterparts. The collaborative approach among continents presents a forum for tremendous opportunity in the study of human behavior. China is rich in both beauty and knowledge and will provide us with a better understanding of this region so we can embrace it in our studies."

University of the Rockies is the only university dedicated solely to the graduate teaching of psychology in the Colorado Springs area. It offers master's and doctorate degrees.

As part of the trip, the faculty and students will arrive in Chengdu, the site of last year's earthquake. "While we look forward to all the destinations, Chengdu is special. We'll share our work in a part of the country that is rebuilding itself after a catastrophic earthquake. What we are teaching is the art of healing."

This is the third annual University of the Rockies trip to China.

About University of the Rockies

University of the Rockies is a graduate school specializing in psychology programs at the master's and doctoral levels at its campus in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, University of the Rockies also offers specialized degree programs online. San Diego-based Bridgepoint Education is the parent company of University of the Rockies, formerly known as the Colorado School of Professional Psychology. University students provide free and low-cost psychological services to the underserved through the University of the Rockies Foundation's Switzer Center. The Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organization supporting students through scholarships, assistantships and other activities. For more information, please visit www.rockies.edu or contact Shari Rodriguez, Director of Public Relations, at 866.621.0124 x2513.

About Bridgepoint Education

Based in San Diego, California, Bridgepoint Education was founded on the principle that anyone who is academically prepared deserves access to higher education without sacrificing quality, transferability of credits, accessibility, academic standards, or credentials. As an independent, private higher education company, Bridgepoint is committed to serving the millions of adults seeking an affordable alternative to high priced higher education. Bridgepoint Education subsidiaries provide both traditional and online education offerings, in addition to recruiting and admissions services. The organization's comprehensive education services have helped thousands of students improve their lives and careers through higher education. For more information, please visit www.bridgepointeducation.com or contact Shari Rodriguez, Director of Public Relations, at 858.668.2586 x2513.

    Contact: Shari Rodriguez, Director of Public Relations
    866.621.0124 x2513 - shari.rodriguez@bridgepointeducation.com
    or
    Ana Tackett, Mullen Public Relations
    602.222.4343 - atackett@mullenpr.com


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