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Building Spaces for Belonging Advocate and educator, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed., delivers keynote at Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s 2022 Summit

September 19, 2022 by | News

The Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s (TPI) 2022 Summit on Disability and Inclusion brings together a variety of stakeholders dedicated to developing inclusive spaces for the disability community in schools, employment, and society.  Disability Awareness Disability rights advocate and educator, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed., joined the in-person event to share an intimate keynote address titled,

Leadership in International Contexts Attallah College Graduate and Ph.D. Candidates Explore Leadership in Iceland

August 16, 2022 by | News

After three years of travel course cancellations in the pandemic, Dr. Dawn Hunter and Dr. Whitney McIntyre Miller were thrilled to bring their “Leadership in International Contexts” class to Iceland! The program had the opportunity to spend a week amongst lush green hills, rushing waterfalls, and expansive glaciers, while also expanding their knowledge of peace

Special Topics in Teaching Teacher Education Candidates Broaden Expertise and Knowledge Through Travel Course to Greece

August 11, 2022 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

Dr. Amy Ardell and Dr. Meghan Cosier led a travel course to Greece in Summer 2022 for Chapman Teacher Education students and provided this description and photos. During their June 2022 summer travel course, Attallah College teacher education graduate program candidates traveled to Greece. While there, they met with teachers, administrators, and leadership at the

Attallah College Faculty Grant Success Congrats to the 2022-23 Solutions Grants Recipients

July 18, 2022 by | News

Congratulations to the four Attallah College of Educational Studies faculty who are the principal and co-principal investigators for projects that were awarded over $24,000 from the inaugural Solutions Grants program. The launch of Attallah College’s competitive merit-based program is directly aligned with the college’s overarching Strategic Plan (2022 – 2027) to promote faculty-led, student-involved research

Attallah College organizes collaboration between district and charter schools Recipients awarded inaugural ePrize grant for $100,000

October 27, 2017 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

          Chapman University’s Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies has launched their inaugural ePrize, or “education Prize,” to foster collaboration among local districts and charter schools around innovations that improve educational outcomes for underserved students in Orange County. The college received four different proposals from multiple district and charter schools

An Educational Summer with Chapman Professors

September 7, 2017 by | Faculty News

Photo provided by Dr. Golden from CEE. Pictured from left to right: Tim San Pedro of Ohio State University, Dr. Golden , Anne Elrod Whitney of Pennsylvania State University (moderator of the panel), Tonya Perry of the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Jenell Igeleke Penn, doctoral student at Ohio State University. By Cala Gin

Teachers College building named after Dr. Peter McLaren

August 24, 2017 by | News

Dr. Peter McLaren, a world-renowned scholar and activist, is one of the early architects of Critical Pedagogy and has made enormous contributions to Marxist analysis in education and liberation theology. He is widely recognized in Latin America where his work has informed social movements, grassroots organizing, and teaching. He has personally worked with workers’ unions,

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