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Meet the Dean of Attallah College Congratulations to Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., named Dean of the Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies!

March 8, 2022 by | News

Following a national search, Chapman University announced Roxanne Greitz Miller, Ed.D., Donna Ford Attallah Professor of Teacher Education, as Dean of the Attallah College of Educational Studies effective Friday, February 25, 2022.   Dean Miller served previously as Interim Dean and also as Vice Provost for Graduate Education at Chapman. Despite her administrative responsibilities and scholarly

Attallah Faculty’s Peace Leadership Model Implemented by International Peacebuilders Program

February 1, 2022 by | News

The Integral Peace Leadership Model, developed by Whitney McIntyre Miller, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Leadership Studies in Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies, has been adopted by the Euphrates Institute, a US-based nonprofit founded by Janessa Gans Wilder, a former CIA officer turned peacebuilder and social entrepreneur. Over the last three years, the Euphrates

Mental Wellth Project Expands Free, Online Resources New Mental Health in Schools Toolkits and Mental Health Disorder Resources added for educators, youth, and parents.

January 27, 2022 by | News

Chapman University’s Mental Wellth Project has added new online toolkits and materials to its Mental Health in Schools resource hub. The Mental Wellth Project website includes free, downloadable mental health resources for parents, educators, and school-age kids developed by Chapman School Counseling and School Psychology (CSP) graduate students. Recent additions to the site this year

Part-Time Jobs in Education for College Students

December 14, 2021 by | News

Whether you’re an undergraduate or graduate student, local K-12 schools and school districts offer a wide variety of part-time jobs that fit your schedule. In addition to on-call substitute teacher positions, nearly all public school districts in California hire part-time tutors, aides, and other positions that pay above minimum wage. These positions, with fixed hours

Trends in Special Education Changes to Educational Specialist credentials, more flexible admission requirements, financial aid, and paid internships

December 3, 2021 by | News

In an effort to attract new teachers to the education field, the state of California has made changes to special education teaching credentials and eased testing requirements, opening up more ways to satisfy program admission requirements. Paid internships (in lieu of unpaid student teaching) and new sources of state and federal grants are also making

Chapman ePrize Initiative Promotes Public School Parent Engagement and Student Achievement ePrize leadership teams share lessons learned from 3-year parent engagement project

October 27, 2021 by | News

The leadership teams from a three-year, donor-funded public school initiative joined Chapman University faculty for a virtual panel discussion to share lessons learned and unexpected benefits. The panel participants were part of Chapman’s first ePrize (Education Prize) project on parent engagement in K-12 public schools. Panel co-moderators Dr. Michelle Samura (Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education

Four Chapman Students Awarded OC Community Foundation Margaret E. Oser Scholarship

October 21, 2021 by | News

Four students in Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies have been awarded the Orange County Community Foundation’s Margaret E. Oser Scholarship: Laura Ceja, Aidee Guerrero, Genesis Hernandez, and Angalina Maldonado. The Chapman students, who are undergraduates majoring in Integrated Educational Studies (IES), were awarded four of the eight total 2021 Oser Scholarships. Each of

First C-TAG for Future Educators Cohort Joins IES Program

October 18, 2021 by | News

Angalina Maldonado (BA ’23) found her passion for special education working in Garden Grove School District as an instructional aide. After first working with middle school special education students, five years ago she transferred into an elementary classroom with students with moderate to severe support needs, such as autism and Down Syndrome, and everything clicked.

Chapman Student Founds Students Help Students Student Leader Maya Yesharim (BA '21 and MA '22) combines passions for teaching and community building by founding tutoring company.

October 11, 2021 by Eden Jacnuk '22 | News

While studying at Chapman University, Maya Yesharim (BA ’21 and MA ’22) gained fieldwork experience and became passionate about building community in Orange County. While still an undergraduate student at Chapman, Maya founded a tutoring company called Students Help Students that combines her passions of teaching and giving back to the community. Now in its

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