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Educational Leadership Ed.D. alumnus, Dr. Paul de Dios was selected as the Vice-President of Student Services at Cypress College. Formerly Dean of Counseling, Student Development, and Admissions & Records for over 10 years at Cypress, de Dios was selected for this new position earlier this year.
CSULB Master's in School Counseling alumna Jessica Sandoval (M.S. '18) received an Award of Excellence from Capistrano Unified School District in recognition for implementing a Comprehensive School Counseling Program based on the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Model at Marco Foster Middle School in San Juan Capistrano.
College of Education graduate students from the Master’s programs in Special Education and School Psychology had the opportunity to attend The Council of Exceptional Children annual conference in Indiana this spring. While at the conference, the students attended various sessions which were later shared in their monthly seminar upon return to CSULB.
In 2015, the College of Education at CSULB received a 5-year $500,000 gift from SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union to fund the UTEACH residency credential pathway, offering program support, recruitment stipends, and scholarships to students in this clinical practice program that prepares students for a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential.
School Psychology graduate student, Jennifer Montepeque Diaz has been awarded 1st place in Education at the 33rd Annual CSU Research Competition.
Alumna Lorena Camargo Gonzalez has received the CSU Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program Scholarship (CDIP), and will return to the College of Education as a CDIP Scholar under the mentorship of Dr. Lindsay Perez Huber.