Sarah Bae, a second-year student in the Attallah College EdS in School Psychology program, has been awarded the NASP-ERT Minority Scholarship. The NASP-ERT (National Association of School Psychologists Education and Research Trust) Minority Scholarship Program was established in 1995 to support the graduate training of minority students pursuing careers in school psychology. The program seeks
The 3rd Ann. Women’s Leadership Forum is excited to welcome Dr. Linda Rose and Gretchen DeVault as its keynote speakers. Come find inspiration and gather strength from women in leadership positions throughout California. Sponsored by SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union, the forum will also include keynote speakers, a panel discussion with Q&A, and breakout sessions with field leaders.
Raza Struggle and the Movement for Ethnic Studies: Decolonial Pedagogies, Literacies, and Methodologies by Miguel Zavala, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, was recently published by Peter Lang. Dr. Zavala’s book presents an investigation of decolonization in the context of education and what this means for Ethnic Studies projects. It accomplishes this exploration by looking at the
Miguel Zavala, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies, is one of 10 researchers invited to participate in the National Science Foundations “Cultivating Political and Ethical Perspectives on Learning” research design group. This effort is led by Shirin Vossoughi (Northwestern University) and the initial meeting, scheduled for mid-January 2019 in Chicago, will bring together
2016-2017 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP OR FELLOWSHIPS FROM: Dr. Ky E. Kugler, Senior Associate Dean/CES On behalf of Dean Margaret Grogan, CES faculty, and CES donors, it is my pleasure as Senior Associate Dean to bring your attention to the scholarship and/or fellowship opportunities for academic year 2016-2017. The College of Educational Studies is committed to offering
Quote from the Artist (Ross Loehner): It was fun. A lot of work in a short period of time, but totally worth it. Definitely incorporated ideas I have gained in the program (Masters in Leadership Development) when developing out the characters and helping with the story. Please go ahead and share the cover and story
Three new faculty for 2015-2016 join the College of Educational Studies bringing a continued vision of inclusion, diversity and social engagement. Dr. Scot Danforth, Professor, joins Chapman University in the College of Educational Studies, with primary teaching within the Ph.D. in Education program. His primary teaching and research responsibilities are in the area of Disability
Chapman University Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) International Honor Society Chi Beta Chapter President, Maggie Gallardo, has been selected as the 2015 Jack Rosen International KDP Scholarship recipient. Maggie, a junior at Chapman, is a rising star and a major in Integrated Educational Studies, with minors in Spanish and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Education.
After recently receiving the Outstanding Teaching Senior Professorship Award that comes with a $10,000 (view blog here), the top teaching award for Chapman University, Professor Brian Alters dually appointment in the College of Educational Studies and Schmid College of Science and Technology, has been reappointed as Associate to the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics at Harvard University
Kimberly A. White-Smith, Ed.D. has been invited to join the editorial board of The Journal of Negro Education (JNE), a scholarly refereed journal. JNE was founded at Howard University in 1932 and is one of the oldest continuously published periodicals by and about Black people. The JNE currently has a national and international readership