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Counseling, school psychology students trek to Southeast Asia for conference, volunteer work

June 10, 2015 by | Student News

Last summer, 26 students from the graduate programs in counseling and school psychology at Chapman University traveled to Vietnam and Cambodia with faculty members to participate in ongoing short-term study abroad programs. In Cambodia, the Chapman delegation performed volunteer work at Grace House, a nongovernmental organization that provides educational services to children from three small


April 7, 2015 by | Student News

In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the Orange County Community Foundation is super-charging local giving by hosting Orange County’s first-ever countywide giving day on April 21-22, 2015.  Secure, tax-deductible donations will be accepted on iheartoc.org during a 30 hour period.  Their goal is to raise $2 million for OC nonprofits! Chapman and the College of Educational

Can a Comic Book Change the World?

April 7, 2015 by | Student News

On the eve of Wondercon at the nearby Anaheim Convention Center, the Paulo Freire Democratic Project, in conjunction with the College of Educational Studies, Graduate Studies and Leatherby Libraries, hosted “The Salon,” an evening of conversation on the topic, “Comics as Social Change.” Doctoral student Chandra Jenkins opened the evening asking: What is a comic

Comics as Social Change

March 30, 2015 by | Student News

The Fellows of the Paulo Freire Democratic Project, in conjunction with the College of Educational Studies, are hosting The Salon on Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 6pm-8pm in Argyos Forum by the stage and in 119. The inaugural topic is Comics as Social Change, which will bring together creators, fans, and activists to discuss the

Victor Villasenor at CES Santa Ana Bookstore

March 30, 2015 by | Student News

On Saturday, March 21st, the College of Educational Studies hosted the renowned author, Victor Villaseñor at LMdeCU its Downtown Santa Ana bookstore. The full house event brought in old and young, students and community members, as well as local authors and artists who wanted to listen to the empowering words of this dynamic speaker. Villaseñor,

PhD Students Find Writing POWER

January 30, 2015 by | Student News

Dr. Geraldine McNenny and Dr. Dawn Hunter host writing workshops, offered under the Graduate Project on Writing and Educational Research (Grad POWER), to encourage all doctoral students and graduate students throughout the College of Educational Studies to take advantage of the writing support. In addition to writing workshops, the CES also supports the Graduate Writing Fellows Program, a peer mentoring program that allows students to work one-on-one with graduate peers in specific courses

IES Students Present a Video Presentation on the Hidden Curriculum

January 26, 2015 by Dr. Quaylan Allen | Student News

  What is the Hidden Curriculum? Watch the video presentation here! Integrated Educational Studies students Lauren Delgado, Marti McIntosh and Mattie MacKes conducted a presentation and policy brief on the topic of the hidden curriculum in education, a sociological concept as part of the course work for IES 206. IES 206:  Schools in Society is a

Athletic Training host renowned researcher, Dr. Cailee Welch, for Electronic Medical Record Workshop

January 26, 2015 by | Student News

On January 10, 2015 the Chapman University Consortium on Patient-Related Outcomes in Athletic Training (PRO-AT) hosted a renowned researcher and electronic medical record (EMR) developer Dr. Cailee Welch from Arizona School of Health Sciences. The purpose of the professional development workshop was to facilitate the use of the EMR in the clinical settings

Ahmed Younis: The Importance of Critical Pedagogy

November 17, 2014 by | Student News

Recently, there was a full house in the Henley Reading Room of the Leatherby Libraries to hear Chapman University adjunct professor in the College of Educational Studies and PhD student, Ahmed Younis. His topic: “Egypt: the Revolution Continues.” It was the keynote address to mark the opening of a new exhibit in the library, featuring