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Dr. Stephany Cuevas Secures Spencer Foundation Grant for Research on Central American Unaccompanied Minors in Schools

May 7, 2024 by | News

Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies celebrates the achievement of Dr. Stephany Cuevas, Assistant Professor, who has been awarded a grant of $49,015 from the Spencer Foundation. This grant supports her pivotal research project titled “Precarity and Education: Examining the Experiences of Central American Unaccompanied Youth in California Public Schools” and will be conducted

It’s National Teacher Appreciation Week

May 6, 2024 by | News

Attallah College is celebrating Teacher Appreciation Week with current students who will start as teachers this fall! Did you know that Attallah College of Educational Studies’ teacher education program is the longest, continuously operating academic program at Chapman University? For more than 160 years, Chapman University has prepared teachers to serve their local communities. We

Attallah College Excels with 24 Presentations at the 2024 AERA Conference

April 30, 2024 by | News

Chapman University is proud to have been strongly represented in the prestigious 2024 American Educational Research Association (AERA) conference. The Attallah College of Educational Studies’ faculty, staff, and alumni showcased its expertise in 24 meetings, panels, and paper and poster presentations during the conference. Sessions featuring current faculty, staff, and students as presenters or moderators

Chapman University Hosts “Autism Acceptance” Photographic Exhibition and Panel Discussion

April 29, 2024 by | News

Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries hosted an impactful photographic exhibit and panel event titled Acceptance: A Step to Promote Awareness and Understanding of Autism. The photographic exhibition was curated by lecturer Bernie Dickson in the Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room of the Leatherby Libraries. The event marked a significant stride from raising awareness to fostering

Attallah College’s Great Success at the 2024 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Conference

April 16, 2024 by | News

Chapman University is honored to have participated in the 2024 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) annual conference. The Attallah College of Educational Studies was represented in a total of 20 activities, demonstrating the college’s strong commitment to the field of school psychology. Attallah College Faculty at the 2024 NASP Conference Dr. Annmary Abdou was

Empowering Voices: Two School Counseling Graduate Students’ Journey to Enhance Family Engagement in Schools

March 19, 2024 by | News

In an era where diversity in education demands innovative approaches, two school counseling graduate students from Attallah College of Educational Studies have emerged as beacons of change and inclusivity. Andres Rocha and Taryn Hastie, both passionate about transforming how schools engage with non-English speaking families, recently shared their insights at the past California Association of

Empowering Change Through Education: The Journey of a Ph.D. Candidate

March 11, 2024 by | News

In an inspiring showcase of academic dedication and a profound commitment to social change, Stacy Eldred, a Ph.D. candidate in Education with an emphasis on Disability Studies, stands out at Chapman University. Eldred’s journey, marked by a relentless pursuit of equity and inclusion for adults with disabilities, has recently been highlighted due to her selection

Chapman University Alums Honored as Top School Counselors in Orange County Carlyn Morones, Brittany Springle, and Alexandra Vargas receive prestigious recognition during National School Counseling Week.

February 6, 2024 by | News

School counselors are instrumental in assisting students with emotional management and guiding them toward academic and career achievements. The Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) recently announced the recipients of its annual K-12 School Counselors of the Year awards. We are proud to share that three Chapman University alumni are among the honorees: Carlyn Morones,

Attallah College’s Dr. Jennifer E. Kong and Ph.D. Students Shine at the 45th International Council for Learning Disabilities Conference

December 12, 2023 by | News

Dr. Jennifer E. Kong, Assistant Professor at Attallah College of Educational Studies, has made an impactful presence at the 45th International Conference of the Council for Learning Disabilities. Dr. Kong, known for her innovative approaches to special education research, spearheaded multiple presentations focusing on the integration of technology in learning disabilities. One of the highlights

The New York Times: Snowplow Parents Are Ruining Online Grading Attallah College of Educational Studies Dean Roxanne Greitz Miller, Professor Emeritus John Brady and Assistant Professor Jared T. Izumi, discussed their collaborative research and the impact of online grading.

December 7, 2023 by | News

During the 2011-12 school year, Roxanne Greitz Miller was a professor-in-residence at a California middle school that had just started using an online grade book app that allowed parents and students to see students’ grades as soon as they were posted. I recently spoke to Miller, who is now the dean of the College of

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