Peter McLaren interviewed for the National Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette This Influential Educational Journal Reaches 50,000 readers, and Ministers of Education in 22 countries

April 25, 2016 by | College News

The National Institute of Educational Evaluation Policy Gazette for the National Institute of Educational Evaluation of México interviewed Distinguished Professor in Critical Studies and International Ambassador for Global Ethics and Social Justice, Peter McLaren last month. The Dangers of Educational Extremism: High-Stakes Standardized Evaluation in US K-12 Education, which includes content from McLaren’s March interview

Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz receives the 2016 “Community Service” Award from the International Society of Black Latinos “Educating and Uniting Communities through Diversity, Inclusion, and Leadership Development.”

May 23, 2016 by | College of Educational Studies

Congratulations to Dr. Anaida Colon-Muniz for receiving the 2016 “Community Service” Award from the International Society of Black Latinos (ISBL). The International Society of Black Latinos started with a group of close friends in Los Angeles who bonded over their experiences as Latinos of African descent in the U.S. Though they came from different countries,

El Sol Science and Arts Academy Alum Receives Edison Scholarship and Has Perfect AP Score Edison Scholar from Santa Ana High School

May 19, 2016 by | Student News

Meet Noelí Zárate! Noeli, a former student of El Sol Science and Arts Academy, is a senior at Santa Ana High School and has reached great heights. Her performance on the AP Spanish Language and Culture exam was so superior that it falls into a rather select category. Noelí not only received the top score

EVOLUTION Education article published by CES Doctorate Student, Meredith Dorner and Dr. Eugenie Scott of the National Center for Science Education

May 2, 2016 by | Student News

Meredith A. Dorner and NCSE’s (National Center for Science Education) founding executive director Eugenie C. Scott published “An Exploration of Instructor Perceptions of Community College Students’ Attitudes Towards Evolution” in Evolution: Education and Outreach. Dorner and Scott explain in the abstract, “we compared how community college instructors of life sciences courses perceive students’ attitudes towards

Three CES Faculty Promoted to Full Professor Randy Busse, Roxanne Greitz Miller, and Kimberly White-Smith

April 27, 2016 by | Faculty News

Three of the College of Educational Studies most distinguished faculty were recently promoted to full professor, effective at the beginning of the 2016-17 academic year. These three faculty are:   Randy Busse, Ph.D., Counseling and School Psychology           Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., Director, Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning and

IES Student Receives Fulbright Grant Ashley Barba Awarded a Prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Grant to the Czech Republic

April 22, 2016 by | Student News

In May 2016, Ashley Barba will graduate with a degree in Integrated Educational Studies (IES) and an extensive list of achievements and responsibilities spanning her time at Chapman University. As a member of the Chapman Global Medical Brigades, Ashley traveled to Nicaragua her freshman year and again as a senior to contribute to sustainable health

Ahmed Younis, Ph.D., Wins Doti Award as Outstanding Grad Student

April 15, 2016 by | Student News

Chapman University’s highest honor for doctoral graduate students has been announced, and the recipient is Dr. Ahmed Younis from the College of Educational studies, who successfully defended his Ph.D. in Education dissertation in late March 2016. The James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award is awarded to a recipient who has demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in

Nicol Howard presents at South by Southwest EDU Math and Social Justice

April 6, 2016 by | Uncategorized

The intersection of math and social justice might not be obvious to everyone.  However, Nicol Howard, Ph. D, adjunct professor, and alumnus of Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies is the proverbial exception to the rule.  In March, Dr. Howard was one of four participants chosen to speak at “Math as a Social Justice Lever,”