On March 4, 2014, Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies hosted a Ph.D. Research and Social Justice Symposium that was open to the Chapman Community. The college invited Michael Benitez, Jr. to share his dissertation research along with a discussion that illustrated the importance of the role of conviction and diversity leadership in the 21st
The Fellows of the Paulo Freire Democratic Project, in conjunction with the College of Educational Studies, are hosting The Salon on Thursday, April 2, 2015, from 6pm-8pm in Argyos Forum by the stage and in 119. The inaugural topic is Comics as Social Change, which will bring together creators, fans, and activists to discuss the
Tim Villegas of Think Inclusive approached us to be apart of his site by having us do the next podcast discussing the Disability Studies in Education website we developed for Chapman University. In this podcast we will be discussing the development of the website, the tenants of Disability Studies in Education (DSE), how we came to DSE as special educators, the application of DSE theory to practice in the special education field, and inclusion.
Now in its 7th year the Ph.D. in Education faculty continues to prepare future educational and community leaders to help shape a better world. The program admits students into one of four major areas of study: Cultural and Curricular Studies, Disability Studies, Leadership Studies, and School Psychology. A minor emphasis of study is also possible. The program is built on several key principles, including, a supportive cohort model environment, personalized faculty mentoring, rigorous foundational and research methods coursework.