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STEM @ the Beach camp brings dozens of area elementary and middle schoolers for a week of hands-on learning.
Dr. Jessica Zacher Pandya will be traveling to Australia in August to talk about her forthcoming book, Exploring Critical Digital Literacy Practices: Everyday Video in a Dual Language Context (Routledge, 2019).
Meet College of Education alumna Dr. Shauna Harris, Principal at Centennial High School in Compton. A recent graduate of CED’s Educational Leadership doctoral program, Dr. Harris defended her dissertation on teacher expectations and student perceptions of teacher expectation in urban high schools this past spring to a packed room, which included several of her own Centennial students who cheered her on. As Principal, Dr.
The Times Free Press highlights the research of Dr. William Jeynes, who recently wrote an article for the Institute for Family Studies. In his article, Dr. Jeynes analyzed 34 studies exploring the unique role a father plays in a child’s life finding statistically-significant effects highlighting this role. Dr.
Alumna Dr. Adriene “Alex” Davis (CED ‘13), who received her doctoral degree in Higher Education Leadership, has been selected as the Assistant Vice Chancellor of Economic and Workforce Development for the Rancho Santiago Community College District. In this role, Dr. Davis will also serve as the Executive Director of the Los Angeles Orange County Regional Consortium (LAORC), which encompasses 28 community colleges. Before this appointment, Dr.
Each year a small pool of graduate students are selected by their faculty to receive the Graduate Dean’s List Award. These top master’s students exemplify outstanding academic and creative excellence, special achievements, contributions to their respective field, and participation in scholarly and/or professional organizations, among other criteria. This year, the College of Education honored 11 graduate students with this award at the College’s annual Awards Recognition Reception....