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Congratulations to the College of Education's Outstanding Initial Credential Student, Jasmine Harrison! Jasmine received her credential in Single Subject, Social Science. After finishing her studies at CSULB, Jasmine plans to prepare for her new position as an AP and Honors U.S. History teacher at a local Long Beach high school.
Four College of Education faculty members have been honored with the inaugural 2018 President’s Awards for Outstanding Faculty Achievement. The awards were given to Dr. Bita Ghafoori, Dr. Anna Ortiz, Dr. Kristin Powers, and Dr.
Dr. Lesley Farmer, Professor, Educational Technology & Media Leadership, edited the special May/June issue of Knowledge Quest, the bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal of the American Association of School Librarians, which focused on international school librarianship.
Congratulations to the College of Education Outstanding Advanced Credential Student 2018, Elizabeth Zamora, who received her degree in School Psychology Education Specialist with a Pupil Personnel Services (PPS) Credential. Elizabeth will begin her first year as a School Psychologist at Ánimo Jackie Robinson Charter High School in Los Angeles.
Congratulations to the College of Education’s Outstanding Liberal Studies Student 2018, Chloe Calder! Chloe majored in Liberal Studies ITEP, Urban Dual Credential Program. This summer Chloe will continue to work on campus as a College of Education Student Ambassador (SAm) & will transition to a full-time teaching position in the Fall.  
​The College of Education participated in the university's first-ever Giving Day, which brought in $1.1 million in donations to CSULB.