Three of the College of Educational Studies Athletic Training Students spent the summer working with USA Volleyball as they began to building and training their squad that will hopefully compete next summer at the 2012 Olympics in London! For more information on this wonderful opportunity for CES’s very own Brittany Bergens, Alicia Tate, and Katy
The College of Educational Studies’ Athletic Training Education Program was honored at the National Athletic Trainers’ Association 62nd Annual Meeting and Clinical Symposium in New Orleans in late June, 2011. Under the leadership of Dr. Jason Bennett, the ATEP won the prestigious Cramer Professional Development Award for student development and travel opportunities. Competing with over
On May 6th, Chapman held a celebration for its 150th Anniversary! Here is a fun video of all the festivities from this momentous occasion! Keep checking back to the Chapman and CES calendar for other events held this year in honor of the University’s 150th Anniversary.
The College of Educational Studies is very pleased to announce that we have received our 5 year accreditation from the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC). For the full story please visit Chapman’s Happenings page.
Twelve members of the faculty and six PhD students in the College of Educational Studies joined five faculty members, the Associate Dean, and the Coordinator of International Programs from the School of Education at the University of Waikato in New Zealand for three days of talks, May 23-25, on the Chapman campus. From getting acquainted
The CES is pleased to announce that Chapman University student Ashley Hurlock, Master of Arts in Teaching: Secondary Science (Biology) Emphasis Program, has been chosen as winner of a $5,000 AFCEA Educational Foundation STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) Teaching Scholarship award for 2011. This is the second consecutive year that students from Chapman’s secondary science/math teacher preparation program have
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 September 23rd and 24th, 2011 the College of Educational Studies and the School of Law will co-host the First Annual Emerging Scholars Conference. The conference will explore issues of disability, diversity, and human rights in education, the social sciences, humanities, and law. There will be paper presentations by emerging scholars—including doctoral students, law students,
On May 21st, 2011 Chapman’s College of Educational Studies held it’s Graduation Commencement. As part of the celebration the CES was proud to give two Honorary Doctorates this year. The first Honorary Doctorate went to Ruebén Martinez, a Chapman Presidential Fellow and MacArthur Foundation Fellow in 2004. Mr. Martinez was honored for his extensive work
One of the issues facing most teacher training institutions is bridging the gap between theory and practice or, in other words, some university programs truly are ivory towers. In our teacher credential programs, a key element is providing real world experiences for aspiring educators, which is not only accomplished through intensive fieldwork and student teaching