Although I have had the opportunity to present at regional and national conferences before, participating in the International Diversity Association annual conference was my first experience sharing my research with an international audience. I’ll admit, I was nervous. However, the audience members who attended my presentation were enthusiastic in their response to my work, and
As my first year in Chapman’s College of Educational Studies doctoral program comes to a close, my entire perspective of the world has changed. I now view our society from a different lens, understanding that there is much work to do in the field of education with regards to social justice, equity, and liberatory pedagogy.
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My name is Denise Reid. I am ending my first year as a doctoral student in Education with a Disability Studies emphasis. My entire experience as a doctoral student at Chapman University, from the information session to completing course assignments, has been wonderful. I considered three other programs when I started my doctoral search. After
When it came time to transfer to a 4-year University form my community college, I had a lot of options. I had gotten into most of the schools I had applied to, but Chapman really spoke to me. It was not only the perfect Southern California weather, the beautiful campus, and the small class sizes,