Palo Alto University News

Honoring Our Veterans and Alumni Who Work to Support Them

Last week on Veterans Day, we took a moment to honor and appreciate PAU’s veteran community for their commitment, dedication, and sacrifice on behalf of our country. PAU currently enrolls 30 student veterans or veteran family members and counts Read more »

Palo Alto University at the Western Psychological Association Convention

  Over 25 Palo Alto University (PAU) faculty members, students and alumni have been invited to participate in this year's 100th annual  Read more »

World Mental Health Day

A Message from Palo Alto University President Maureen O'Connor Read more »

New Study of Santa Clara County Ethnic Minority Suicides May Help Prevent Future Suicides

A recent study of suicide deaths in Northern California conducted by researchers at Palo Alto University, the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department, and the County of Santa Clara Office of the Medical Examiner / Coroner, Read more »

PAU Welcomes Five New Faculty

Palo Alto University is pleased to welcome five new faculty members this fall. Each brings unique perspectives and research areas to the Counseling and Psychology Departments, as well as a strong commitment to student-centered education. Read more »

Student Profile: Megan Frank, PAU SAGE President Has Passion for Serving Older Adults

Megan Frank was attending high school in Berkeley, CA when she learned that her grandmother, who was raising her, had Alzheimer’s (AD). With limited knowledge of the disease, Megan began to research its causes and treatments and in so doing Read more »

Welcome to the Fall Quarter from the Dean of Students

Dear Students: Welcome to (and back to for most of you) the 2020-21 academic year at PAU.  In times like no other in modern history, we are so grateful that you have continued your education as part of the PAU community. Read more »

PAU Students Provide Essential Mental Health Services to Seniors in Local Retirement Communities

As COVID-19 takes its toll on the mental health of seniors living in isolation in retirement communities, a team of Palo Alto University psychology students are providing essential mental health services to older adults residing in independent Read more »

PAU, Santa Clara County Partnership Leads to New Culturally-Sensitive Suicide Prevention Program

A new suicide prevention training program developed by a team from Palo Alto University and the County of Santa Clara Behavioral Health Services Department aims to better prevent suicide by being more culturally aware of the populations it Read more »

PAU Posters at APA Convention

Palo Alto University (PAU) faculty members, students and alumni were invited to present posters at this year's 128th annual American Psychology Association (APA) Virtual Convention in August. Here is a selection of posters from the Convention. Read more »

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