March 19 , 2018
The Department of Teacher Education is excited to announce an $18,605 award from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation via the CSU Educator Quality Center, Chancellor’s Office to create and pilot an integrated educator candidate data management system. An additional $5,000 from the Chancellor’s Office was sent directly to Watermark/Tk20 to contract a design team to assist in the development of the platform.
March 12 , 2018
On March 15 California State University, Long Beach will participate in a worldwide fundraiser aimed at increasing philanthropic support for four high-priority student-success initiatives: the Basic Needs, General Scholarship, Study Abroad, and unrestricted Beach funds. The College of Education will participate by highlighting three programs, STEM at the Beach, the Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center, and scholarships. Come by and visit our tables set up on the North Quad during the Fair from 11-...
March 6 , 2018
Dr. Huong Tran Nguyen has been selected by the American Educational Research Association’s Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans Special Interest Group (AERA REAPA SIG) as the recipient of the 2018 Don T. Nakanishi Excellence in Mentorship Award. This honor acknowledges individuals who demonstrate excellence in mentoring and supporting the advancement of research on Asian Americans and/or Pacific Islanders in the field of education. Congratulations to Dr. Nguyen on this...
February 27 , 2018
Three members of the College of Education faculty have been recognized by the university for their outstanding achievements in teaching. Dr. Kristin Powers has received the 2017-2018 California State University, Long Beach Distinguished Faculty Scholarly and Creative Achievement Award. Dr. Huong Tran Nguyen has been selected to receive the 2017-2018 California State University, Long Beach Distinguished Faculty Teaching Award. Dr. Lesley Farmer has received the 2017-2018 California State...
February 21 , 2018
Dr. Angela M. Locks, Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research Services (OURS) receives a $442,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support and prepare undergraduate students for doctoral degrees in the humanities. For more information about the fellowship, click here.
February 14 , 2018
Visitors to the Ellis Education Building and attendees at events across the College have the opportunity to interact with our amazing Student Ambassadors.