About Alliant International University
Alliant International University is a not-for-profit, private university. Alliant’s mission focuses on it's self-identity as a professional practitioner’s university: Alliant prepares students for professional careers of service and leadership, and promotes the discovery and application of knowledge to improve the lives of people in diverse cultures and communities around the world. The university addresses this work at its California campuses (San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Irvine, and Fresno), at it's Mexico City campus, and many and growing international programs in Japan, Viet Nam, China, Oman, and other international locations.
The Alliant family of schools is comprised of five major schools that span multiple campuses:
Alliant is the growth and advancement of its two legacy institutions of higher
education: United States International University (USIU) and California School
of Professional Psychology (CSPP). Alliant's exchange programs allow students to experience first-hand the
cultures throughout the world. The school's enduring traditions
-- internationalism and multiculturalism -- combine in a concept of public
service expressed in practical professionalism.
For more information about Alliant, visit www.alliant.edu
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HSOE is guided by the philosophy expressed in its SANKOFA Initiatives, providing the basis for all actions in the Graduate School of Education:
Stimulate intellectual vitality, create new knowledge and engender passion for the education profession;
Achieve international recognition in the field of education for our teaching, research and community outreach;
Network authentic partnerships through the Partners of Success model that will enhance the mutual well being of candidates, faculty and staffing of our Learning Communities;
Keep and perpetuate legacies of excellence as shared by a stakeholder coalition of alumni, faculty, candidates, administrators, Alliant board members, and friends for the Graduate School of Education;
Offer candidates in the Graduate School of Education a world class education that prepares them to establish a global community of learners and education specialists who advance society worldwide;
Facilitate an inclusive, creative, technologically sophisticated and materially supportive environment in which to prosper, work, recruit, mentor, and study; and,
Appreciate, celebrate and promote accomplishments and contributions from our Graduate School of Education and a diverse cadre of scholars.
* SANKOFA is derived from a proverb of the Akan people of Ghana. The words San (return), Ko (go), and Fa (look, seek, take) infer that an intelligent and patient quest for future knowledge and goals is informed by a critical examination of the wisdom of the past.
HSOE’s sponsorship of the Cultural Immersion
Program in Mexico City is this focus made real, fostering and supporting
opportunities for her students to reflect on, become a part of, and incorporate
into their professional practice the culture and learning that is
For more about HSOE, visit http://www.alliant.edu/hufstedler