California Executive Order expedites approval process for emergency substitute teacher authorization and waives permit fees.
Attallah College of Educational Studies academic program coordinators and staff are available to answer your program- and course-related questions: Undergraduate Programs Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Educational Studies (IES) Faculty: Dr. Jillian Wood, firstname.lastname@example.org Staff: Kelly McCuen, email@example.com Minor in Leadership Studies (LEAD) Faculty: Dr. Greg Warren, firstname.lastname@example.org Staff: Kelly McCuen, email@example.com MACI (Master of
Are you a K-12 science teacher interested in engaging in lab and field research this summer? Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, Chapman University is giving two local K-12 science teachers a unique research learning opportunity this summer in Chapman’s Comparative Biomaterials Lab run by Dr. Doug Fudge, Associate Professor of Biological Science
Chapman University’s Reeves Hall will be reopening to students, faculty, and staff in fall 2020. We’ve made some changes to Reeves Hall to help us transition back to the Chapman campus. This video will walk you through some of the changes and safety measures that have been implemented to increase the safety of our employees,
Tell us your post-grad plans. Whether you’ve lined up a job or research opportunity, were accepted to graduate school, or are planning to intern or volunteer, Attallah College wants to celebrate you.
Click Here to View Webinar Recording Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, in partnership with the CEO Leadership Alliance of Orange County (CLA-OC), invites Orange County public high school educators to submit innovative program ideas for enhancing and expanding Work-Based Learning (WBL) at their sites. Programs proposed should focus on the following high-growth industry
Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, in partnership with the CEO Leadership Alliance of Orange County (CLA-OC), invites Orange County public high school educators to submit innovative program ideas for enhancing and expanding Work-Based Learning (WBL) at their sites. Programs proposed should focus on the following high-growth industry sectors: Business and Finance Health Science
Autism in the Workplace: Creating Positive Employment and Career Outcomes for Generation A by Amy E. Hurley-Hanson, Cristina M. Giannantonio, and Amy-Jane Griffiths, Assistant Professor of Clinical Counseling and Program Coordination of the graduate school counseling program in Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, was recently published as part of Palgrave Macmillan’s Palgrave Explorations in
This October, the Attallah College of Educational Studies is partnering with Chapman’s Promising Futures Program (PFP) to offer a Grad School Prep Series. The three-part workshop series is designed to demystify the graduate school application process and connect Chapman’s first-generation (first-gen) college students to fellow colleagues in their respective programs (humanities, leadership, teacher education, health
Attallah College of Educational Studies Associate Professor Lilia D. Monzó, Ph.D., has published a new book: A Revolutionary Subject: Pedagogy of Women of Color and Indigeneity, that is a Marxist-humanist rereading of coloniality and gendered exploitation that features the voices and experiences of working-class indigenous women and women of color. It is a call to