October 26, 2011 FROM: Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D. Chancellor, Chapman University It is with sadness that I inform you that Donna Cucunato, Associate Professor Emerita of the College of Educational Studies, passed away Saturday at her home surrounded by her family. Admired and respected for her dedication and passion for serving students, it was
Congratulations to Ken Tye, Ed.D., professor emeritus, here in the College of Educational Studies, for being selected to receive the Distinguished Global Scholar award at the annual conference of the National Council for the Social Studies in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 2! For more information on this prestigious award please see the full article in Happenings!
On Friday, June 3rd the College of Educational Studies honored Presidential Fellow, Dr. Ruebén Martinez at an event to celebrate his honorary doctorate that he received at commencement this year. At the event the CES also to announced the launch of the Dr. Ruebén Martinez Legacy Campaign. The Legacy Campaign will raise money to create
On May 4th the CES honored professor Donna Cucunato for her 34 years of service to Chapman University as she prepares to retire this year. The evening was a celebration of Cucunato’s many contributions to Chapman over the years in the Dance department and College of Educational Studies from helping start American Celebration in the
Congratulations are in order to our four new Ph.D.s in Education (above, left to right), Stephanie Brown, Christy Neria, Alaine Ocampo and John Erratt! All four have successfully defended their doctoral dissertations and will have their hooding ceremony at Commencement on May 21st! Committee members for Stephanie Brown’s dissertation were Dawn Hunter (chair) Phil Ferguson,
Judy K. Montgomery, Professor and Director of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Educational Studies at Chapman University, Orange has been awarded the Honors of the Association Award, the most prestigious, Lifetime Achievement Award, by the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA), the 150,000 member national professional association for speech language pathologists and