Thomas Wilson, an Associate Professor of Education at Chapman University, left his mark on many before his passing in late December 2018. Colleagues, friends, students, and mentees remain moved by his strong fellowship. At Chapman, Wilson also served as the Director of the Masters of Arts in Education Program (1992–1998) and was the Cofounder and
The California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) has jointly awarded Teacher Residency Capacity Grants to the Attallah College of Educational Studies and two of its local district partners. The $50,000 grants will allow Attallah to further develop collaborative partnerships with Fountain Valley School District (FVSD) and Magnolia School District (MSD), both in Orange County, California.
Current MACI program residency students, Marina Ballesteros and Danielle Pomeroy, along with MACI advisor and IES Associate Professor Dr. Noah Golden share their insights on the MACI program, an accelerated program in the Attallah College of Educational Studies that allows for the completion of a bachelor’s degree, Master of Arts in Curriculum and Instruction (MACI),
Dr. Michelle Hall, Attallah College of Educational Studies’ Director of Program Assessment and Improvement, was one of the contributors to a major update to a key research project, Getting Down to Facts II (GDTF II), that examines the many facets of California’s public education system. The report provides a broad snapshot of the current state
The Attallah College of Educational Studies is pleased to welcome four new faculty this fall: Dr. Ryan Allen, Assistant Professor of Education; Dr. Tara Barnhart, Assistant Professor of Teacher Education in Science; Dr. Sarah Golden, Assistant Professor of School Counseling; and Dr. Angel Miles Nash, Assistant Professor of Leadership Studies. Following a nation-wide search, each
Thirteen students from Shanghai Normal University (SNU) joined the incoming Chapman University 2018 Ph.D. in Education cohort this week, beginning courses on Chapman’s Orange campus. The students, enrolled in the Attallah College of Educational Studies Ph.D. in Education program, are part of a Chapman-SNU three-year pilot program, the first of its kind at Chapman. The
In his opening keynote at the 6th Conference on School Psychology in Hanoi, Vietnam this summer, Dr. Michael Hass, Attallah College Professor and Program Coordinator of the School Counseling and School Psychology graduate programs, congratulated the Hanoi National University of Education and University of Education, Vietnam National University for opening the first graduate programs in
Dr. Michelle Hall, the Director of Program Assessment and Improvement in Chapman’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, has been awarded a California Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP) Fellow position. The California EPFP is sponsored by the Institute for Educational Leadership (IEL) as part of a national program that includes 17 EPFP sites in 16 states and the
Attallah College Dean Margaret Grogan and Associate Dean Michelle Samura share some words of wisdom with the Undergraduate Student Newsletter. Dean, Dr. Margaret Grogan This has been a truly landmark year for the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies. We began 2017/2018 with the renaming of our college. Donna Ford Attallah and her husband have
Anne Steketee began at Chapman as a PhD student in the fall of 2016. Before she began her first semester, she interviewed with Dr. Kim Padulo for a position as a graduate teaching assistant. She is currently in the sixth semester of teaching IES 303: Education through Life Transitions. Describe your professional background within education.