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Attallah College

  

Attallah School Counseling Alumni Receive State-Level Recognition

July 9, 2018 by | News

Two Attallah College graduates were recently selected to be the California Association of School Counselors’ 2018–2019 School Counseling Emerging Leaders. Brittney Pacini and Hayleigh Herrera both graduated from Chapman this spring with a Master of Arts in Counseling and Pupil Personnel Services Credential (PPSC). The CASC School Counselor Emerging Leaders (SCEL) Program provides recent graduates

Opening Doors and Helping Others Padres Unidos Graduation Ceremony Honors Community Workers

June 12, 2018 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

Cheered on by hundreds of friends and family, nearly 30 women became the fourth graduating cohort of the Chapman University and Padres Unidos Community Worker Paraprofessional Certificate program on Saturday, June 2. The ceremony is the culmination of two years of extended education courses and embedded community fieldwork. Cultivating Community In 2010, Chapman University’s Attallah

Publishing Party Highlights Student Work Yorba-Chapman Writing Project Celebration

May 7, 2018 by Talia Cain | Events

On Thursday April 26 students from Yorba Academy of the Arts Middle School visited Chapman to celebrate their accomplishments in this year’s Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership. The Publishing Party welcomed not just Yorba students but their families and friends, Yorba teachers and administrators, and Chapman Integrated Educational Studies (IES) students and faculty. All attendees were given

IES Senior Spotlights

April 30, 2018 by | Students

In its final Spring 2018 issue, the Attallah College Undergraduate Newsletter interviewed several graduating seniors, asking each these questions: What was most memorable about being an IES major, LEAD minor, or Disability Studies minor? What are your plans after graduation? What is your advice for next year’s seniors? Hannah Lee, IES major and English Literature major, MACI

Preview of the 3rd DisAbility Summit: Research, Action, and Policy

April 30, 2018 by Florencia Park | Events

The 3rd Annual DisAbility Summit will be hosted by the Attallah College of Education and the Thompson Policy Institute (TPI) on Disability and Autism at Chapman University on May 7. This year’s summit will discuss the inclusion of students with disabilities in the K-12 educational system in the state of California and transitional services for

Yorba-Chapman Writing Partnership Fosters Local Student Writers

April 23, 2018 by Talia Cain | Students

For the last three months, students from Chapman’s Integrated Educational Studies (IES) program have been visiting Yorba Academy of the Arts Middle School to teach journalistic writing. Dr. Noah Golden’s IES 412 course “Teaching Writing K-12” has partnered with Yorba for the past three years, giving IES students hands-on experience practicing the different teaching methodologies

Special Guests from XITO Presenting at 3rd Annual Education & Ethnic Studies

April 13, 2018 by | News

The Donna Ford Attallah College of Educational Studies is excited to announce the Xicanx Institute for Teaching and Organizing (XITO) will be joining us for the 3rd Annual Education and Ethnic Studies Summit on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Founded by former Mexican-American/Raza Studies (MARS) teachers and scholar-activist Dr. Anita Fernández, XITO is an urban education

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.

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