Marisol Rexach on Books for Teachers

September 10, 2012 by | Student Voices

On my bookshelf and desk sit a large variety of books related to the teaching profession. Recently, I rummaged through the titles to prepare for the new school year. It is an interesting time because I have the privilege of working with teachers across the continuum: soon-to-be teachers who are at the Praxis stage spending


NSSLHA Chapter Receives Gold Level for the Second Year

September 4, 2012 by | Student News

The National Student Speech Language Hearing Association ( NSSLHA ) Chapter Honors are awarded to NSSLHA chapters that demonstrates significant combination of: an awareness of student issues and concerns, outreach to the community, educational opportunities, and social and fund-raising activities promoting both the professions and national NSSLHA. Gold level recognition is awarded to chapters who meet


CES Interns Work with Padres Unidos on Parenting Workshop

August 3, 2012 by | News

Padres Unidos, a Santa Ana based nonprofit recently sponsored a 12 week Spanish-language parenting workshop that resulted in a graduation celebration at Holy Family Cathedral in Orange.  Word spread about the program, which gave the sixty participants a new insight into handling conflicts with their children— without resorting to anger.   The program emphasized that


The Hope for Audacity Book Trilogy

July 11, 2012 by | Education Issues

  Dean Don Cardinal, College of Educational Studies at Chapman University and Barry Kanpol, former dean in the College of Education and Public Policy at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), wanted to see how the faculty at two universities, could work together to edit a series of books. The successful outcome of the


Sandra Koen on her Semester Abroad in Spain

July 5, 2012 by | Student News

Post from Sandra Koen about her experience studying abroad in Spain in the spring semester of 2012 with another Athletic Training Student, Naomi Singleton.  While studying abroad last spring in Granada, Spain, I got to explore the other side of the world, their cultures and ways of living. I discovered that the Spanish style of living revolves


Doctoral Student, Janae Dimick on presenting at the International Diversity Association Annual Conference

June 20, 2012 by | News

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

Log In
Open Main Menu