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The New York Times: Snowplow Parents Are Ruining Online Grading Attallah College of Educational Studies Dean Roxanne Greitz Miller, Professor Emeritus John Brady and Assistant Professor Jared T. Izumi, discussed their collaborative research and the impact of online grading.

December 7, 2023 by | News

During the 2011-12 school year, Roxanne Greitz Miller was a professor-in-residence at a California middle school that had just started using an online grade book app that allowed parents and students to see students’ grades as soon as they were posted. I recently spoke to Miller, who is now the dean of the College of

Sowers of Peace All over the globe, changemakers are embracing Whitney McIntyre Miller’s peace leadership model, feeding a global movement for systemic change.

December 7, 2023 by | Uncategorized

“Visualize Peace,” the bumper sticker proclaims in a font designed to be read at 70 miles per hour. But what good is such a bromide without a blueprint for transforming the sentiment into action? Enter Whitney McIntyre Miller, a leadership studies professor at Chapman University whose Integral Peace Leadership model is now steering communities toward systemic change in

Attallah College Faculty New Research Funded by Solutions Grants Competition Celebrating the Success of Our 2023-24 Solutions Grants Recipients

July 11, 2023 by | News

Three esteemed faculty members from the Attallah College of Educational Studies have recently garnered recognition as principal and co-principal investigators for community-focused research projects totaling over $19,000. Funding for these projects was awarded from the second annual Attallah College Solutions Grants competition.  In keeping with Attallah College’s five-year strategic plan, the Solutions Grants initiative encourages

Message from the Dean

June 29, 2023 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

As Dean of the Attallah College of Educational Studies, a member of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, I affirm today’s AACTE statement that highlights the importance of building a diverse and representative education workforce to serve America’s school children, the majority of whom identify as students of color, and the role of universities in

CES Students win CASE Competition at International Leadership Association Conference

November 8, 2016 by | News

Three CES graduate students traveled with their advisor to Atlanta, GA. for the International Leadership Association’s annual conference held November 2-5. The students competed in the International Leadership Association Student Case Study Competition where they were required to choose a social issue and discuss how leadership theories and practices can make an impact in addressing

Dr. Michael Hass Receives Lifetime Achievement Honor from CASP

November 4, 2016 by | Attallah College of Educational Studies

College of Educational Studies Professor Michael Hass was honored with the California Association of School Psychologists (CASP) highest award during a reception in Newport Beach on October 28. The Sandra Goff Memorial Award is the organizations Lifetime Achievement Honor that recognizes career-long distinguished service to the profession of school psychology in California and beyond. “I

Chapman partners with barber-librarian

October 27, 2012 by | News

Chapman partners with barber-librarian By Jaimee Lynn Fletcher Orange County Register; Published October 27, 2012 Santa Ana barber-turned-community activist Ruebén Martínez has partnered with Chapman University to open Librería Martínez de Chapman University at Broadway and Third Street. The bookstore was previously named the Librería Martínez and Art Center, which

IES Student Chosen for McNair Scholarship

May 6, 2011 by | Student News

We are very excited to have two of our Chapman University students who will be participating in the McNair Scholars Program this summer through Claremont Graduate University (CGU)! Njeri Parker, an Integrated Educational Studies major and Martha Rivera, a Psychology and Spanish major, have been selected through a competitive application and interview process to be

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