CES Dean Margaret Grogan was quoted in today’s Huffington Post article that ties the “Day Without a Woman” strike to education and the glass ceiling that female administrators face. Read it here: http://huff.to/2mkTqXo
CES Dean Margaret Grogan has been named to the 2017 Edu-Scholar Public influence rankings for the sixth consecutive year. These rankings honor the 200 university-based education scholars in the U.S. who are doing the most to influence educational policy and practice. to learn more about the dean, read her bio here.
Although structures and approaches to K-12 schooling may be widely debated, one goal unites us all: we are committed to serving all students. We would like to invite you to a community event where you have an opportunity to become an agent of change during the inaugural Chapman Educational Roundtable on Excellent Schools: Meeting the
The College of Educational Studies’ dean, Dr. Margaret Grogan, has been honored by the prestigious Edu-Scholar’s Public Influence Rankings. Dean Grogan was listed as number 116 of 200 scholars nationwide from more than 20,000 university-based faculty tackling educational questions in the United States. Published in Education Week, the rankings recognize scholars who had the biggest influence
On Friday, October 2, Homecoming at Chapman University started off right by offering panel discussions and master classes for visitors and students. The College of Educational Studies’ very own Dean Margaret Grogan was invited to be the moderator for a panel discussion promoted by the Chapman Magazine “Off the Page” event entitled, “To Madam President