Faculty Spotlight: Anne Steketee

April 9, 2018 by | Faculty

Anne Steketee began at Chapman as a PhD student in the fall of 2016. Before she began her first semester, she interviewed with Dr. Kim Padulo for a position as a graduate teaching assistant. She is currently in the sixth semester of teaching IES 303: Education through Life Transitions. Describe your professional background within education.


Community Math Partnership Program Expands Across OC

March 29, 2018 by | News

What does it mean to be “smart” in mathematics? How can we create opportunities for all students so they see themselves as smart? Dr. Cathery Yeh, Assistant Professor in the Attallah College of Educational Studies teacher education programs, sees these questions as key to closing the achievement and opportunity gaps in US schools. She has


Education and Ethnic Studies Summit Welcomes Experts and Activists

March 29, 2018 by | Events

The upcoming 2018 3rd Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit on April 28 will feature a host of nationally recognized experts in the Ethnic Studies field as well as community activists and leaders. The theme of this year’s one-day event is “Nurturing Community: Critical Consciousness, Spirituality, and Solidarity.” Workshop presentations and discussions will explore ways


Alumni Spotlight: Caitlyn Nguyen ’17 Fulbright Scholar in Vietnam

March 5, 2018 by | Alumni

Caitlyn Nguyen graduated in 2017 with an Integrated Educational Studies (IES) major and LEAD minor. In the following Q&A, Caitlyn gives us some insight into her postgraduation adventures. Tell us a bit about yourself. I’m 22 years old, and I’m from a small town called Foothill Ranch in Orange County. Since the third grade, I


The Power and Potential of Nonprofits at Home and Abroad A Look at IES 315

March 5, 2018 by Cala Gin | Students

The American Red Cross, UNICEF, the ACLU. Every day in the news, one can see the impact of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) throughout the world—from tackling social and civil rights issues to assisting with redevelopment. But what roles do nonprofit groups play in our lives here at Chapman, and why are they important to our work


Mental Health Awareness Fair Coming March 7 Destimatizing Mental Heath

March 2, 2018 by | Events

The Chapman community is coming together this Wednesday, March 7 to host the Mental Health Awareness Fair. Sponsored by the Attallah College of Educational Studies and Student Government Association, the fair in Attallah Piazza will provide information, resources, and strategies for coping and improving overall health and wellness. According to the National Alliance on Mental


Chapman’s Women’s Leadership Forum Promises Fruitful and Lively Exchange Networking Opportunities for Students and Professionals Alike

February 27, 2018 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

How do you sustain a passion for your work? What advice would you give your 22-year-old self today? Speakers and panelists at the 2nd Annual Women’s Leadership Forum, March 10, from 8:30 am to 2 pm at Chapman University, will answer these questions and more. Following a keynote address by Dr. Betty Uribe (Executive Vice


Reeves Hall Ribbon Cutting Draws Community

February 23, 2018 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

Well over 200 people gathered this afternoon on Chapman University’s Memorial Lawn to celebrate the official dedication of the newly named Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies. Following the annual State of the University address by President Daniele Struppa, the dedication and ribbon cutting also marked the reopening of the recently renovated historic Reeves