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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,

Golden State Teacher Grant Updates Improved California Grant Opportunities for Teacher Candidates

August 17, 2022 by | News

The California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) has announced new modifications to the Golden State Teacher Grant, an education grant created to help prospective teachers cover the costs of earning a California teaching credential. The grant supports soon-to-be teachers and pupil personnel services providers by providing a one-time grant of up to $20,000 to help pay

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

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

Chapman University Honors Attallah College Graduate Student Rachel Wiegand, MA '22, Recieves Highest Honors with the Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award

May 17, 2022 by | News

Rachel Wiegand, MA ’22, from the Education Specialist in School Psychology program is the recipient of Chapman University’s 2022 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award in the master’s category. The Doti Award is the highest honor for graduate students at Chapman University. The award is given to a graduating master’s and doctoral student for

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

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