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Attallah Faculty Angel Miles Nash Awarded Competitive AERA Grant Research service grant focuses on the impact of the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and systemic racism on education

March 31, 2021 by | News

Angel Miles Nash, Ph.D., assistant professor of leadership development in Chapman University’s Attallah College of Education Studies, has been awarded a competitive Education Research Service Project (ERSP) grant from the American Educational Research Association (AERA). The AERA award is part of a rapid-response cycle of ERSP grants seeking to address the impact of the COVID-19

Attallah College Welcomes Dr. Jillian Wood as the New IES Program Coordinator

January 26, 2021 by Eden Jacnuk '22 | News

Eden Jacnuk, a junior Integrated Educational Studies (Community Emphasis) major with a minor in history, interviewed Dr. Jillian Wood, the new IES program coordinator, on her educational and professional experience that led to her current position within the Attallah College of Educational Studies. What is your educational background? My undergraduate degree is from Loyola Marymount

Mental Wellth Project Offers Free, On Demand Mental Health in Schools Toolkits Chapman Counseling and School Psychology students translate coursework into community resources

January 7, 2021 by | News

Chapman University’s annual Mental Wellth Fair is a highlight for many graduate students in its School Counseling and School Psychology (CSP) programs. Students in the M.A. in School Counseling and Ed.S. in School Psychology graduate programs put on the annual fair to help promote mental wellness and share mental health resources with the entire Chapman

TPI’s Free Active Education Webinars Serve More Than 1,000 Teacher Candidates and Educators

December 16, 2020 by | News

Chapman University’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability (TPI) has wrapped up another successful Active Education Webinar Series. TPI helped develop the California Alliance for Inclusive Schooling (CAIS) Active Education Webinars Series for teacher candidates earlier this spring in response to widespread school closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In partnership with the Orange County Department of

TPI’s Associate Director Joins Chapman University’s Million Dollar Club

December 16, 2020 by | News

Dr. Audri Sandoval Gomez, Associate Director of the Thompson Policy Institute on Disability, was honored as a member of Chapman University’s prestigious Million Dollar Club for securing more than $1 million in funding from outside sponsors. The honor was announced at Chapman’s Annual State of Research and Creative Activity, which highlights the work of Chapman

Thompson Policy Institute Increases Efforts to Recruit and Train a Diverse Educator Workforce

November 9, 2020 by | News

Chapman University’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability (TPI) was recently awarded a new $250,000 grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The Gates Foundation Teacher Preparation Transformation Center Fellowship is a nine-month proposal development grant. The primary outcome of the grant is to develop a California-based Educator Preparation Transformation Center. Such centers seek to

CHOC Webinar Features TPI’s Elissa Green Kaustinen FAST@CHOC Director Expert Panelist on Autism and COVID-19 Webinar

November 6, 2020 by | News

Elissa Green Kaustinen, the Thompson Policy Institute on Disability’s Director of Families and Schools Together at CHOC Children’s (FAST@CHOC), was an expert presenter this week during a CHOC Children’s webinar titled “When Complexity Meets Uncertainty: Supporting Children on the Autism Spectrum during COVID-19.” Other experts on the panel included Dr. Tom Megerian, the Medical Director

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