Research and Grants Spotlight Archive

Dr. Trini Lewis Presents at CABE with Graduate Students Dorinda Peterson & Ashley Harrell

Professor Trini Lewis, Dual Language Development (DLD) Master’s Degree Coordinator presented with two DLD graduate candidates, Dorinda Peterson and Ashley Harrell at the California Association for Bilingual Education on March 21, 2019. The presentation, Improving Dual Language Learners Linguistic Repertoire:  Lessons from Conducting Classroom Action Resear

Dr. Lesley Farmer Co-authors "Library Improvement Through Data Analytics"

Dr. Lesley Farmer, professor and coordinator of the Teacher Librarian Services Credential and Dr.

Dr. Jeynes Addresses Obama Administration on the Achievement Gap and Parental Involvement

Dr. William Jeynes, a professor in the Teacher Education department, had the opportunity to speak to the Obama administration in late September on the need to reduce the achievement gap and increase parental involvement. The event was held at the U.S. Department of Education. It was Dr.

Dr. Zacher Pandya Discusses Research on Transnational Children

The Teachers College Record has released a video of Dr. Jessica Zacher Pandya, professor and chair of the Liberal Studies department, discussing her research on transnational children. Dr.

School Counseling Students to Present Action Research at National Conference

Six School Counseling master’s students will be presenting at the Evidence-Based School Counseling Conference March 10th and 11th, 2017 in San Diego.

Graduate Students and Faculty Honored at Project HOGAR Awards Reception

Two College of Education graduate students and one faculty member were honored at the annual Project Hispanic Opportunities for Graduate Access and Retention (HOGAR) awards reception on November 30th.

CEEE Awarded $400,000 For CSU HSI-STEM Program Evaluation

The College’s newly established Center for Evaluation and Educational Effectiveness (CEEE) was recently awarded a $400,000 contract by the U.S. Department of Education to conduct a summative evaluation of the implementation and impact of the 7 HSI-STEM programs in the CSU on student learning and success.

Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center and Partner Agencies Receive Dignity Health Community Grant

The Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center (LBTRC) has been awarded a $60,000 Dignity Health Community Grant in collaboration with two partnering agencies—the 

Faculty and Student Collaborators Present at National Association for Research on Science Teaching Conference

Four faculty and student collaborators from the College of Education and the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics gave a presentation entitled “Student Perceptions of STEM and Attitudes toward STEM Workshops at a Youth Organization” at the National Association for Research on Science Teac