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Feeling stress, anxiety, or depression is relatively normal for most college students. Some levels of stress can actually be good for us, as the right kind of stress encourages us to change, grow, and possibly make improvements in our life. It is important to recognize that when stress, anxiety, or depression exist for an extended period of time, these issues become a health risk and may impact multiple areas of a student’s life and functioning. 
The College of Education welcomes five new faculty members.
The College of Education is hosting various Master’s Degree Program Information Sessions this week!
Alejandra Salazar is a College of Education Student Ambassador and President of the College Council of COESA (The College of Education Student Assembly).  She is currently a student in the Liberal Studies Integrated Teacher Preparation Program (ITEP), whose goal is to become a bilingual teacher (Spanish/English).  Born and raised in Long Beach, she transferred to Cal State Long Beach from Long Beach City College.  I had the opportunity to talk with Alejandra about her experiences leading up to...
Spring 2019 Application Deadline is tomorrow, November 1, 2018 for MS in Special Education, MA in Dual Language Development, and MA in Educational Technology & Media Leadership/Teacher Librarian Services credential programs.
College of Education alumna, Dr. Freda Rossi (Multiple Subject Teaching Credential & MA Educational Administration), was recently appointed to the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) as the new Family Engagement Coordinator. In her new capacity, Dr.