Congratulations Rafael Hernández!

Dr. Rafael Hernández, Assistant Professor in the Human Development Department, was recently awarded a 2016 American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Faculty Fellowship to attend the 11th Annual AAHHE National Conference, “Latino Attainment: Meeting America’s Equity and Talent Imperatives” in March 2016. The AAHHE is an agent of change for improving education, thusContinue reading “Congratulations Rafael Hernández!”

CEHHS Hosts Convocation Luncheon for Lecturers!

Hosted by Dean Janet Powell, the College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS) sponsored a Convocation luncheon for their lecturers on October 20. Dr. Laura de Ghetaldi highlighted two successful years of the Lecturer’s Advisory Council (LAC) and included the development of the Lecturer’s handbooks for CEHHS, the creation of the CEHHS Mentor/Mentee programContinue reading “CEHHS Hosts Convocation Luncheon for Lecturers!”

Speech-Language Pathology Received a 1.25 Million Dollar Programming Training Grant

“The Speech-Language Pathology department received a 1.25 million dollar US Dept of Education, Office of Special Education Programming training grant that will prepare 50 speech-language pathology graduate students over the next 5 years to work with high needs children with communication disorders resulting from craniofacial anomalies. With an incidence of 1 in 600 births, craniofacialContinue reading “Speech-Language Pathology Received a 1.25 Million Dollar Programming Training Grant”

Understanding Migrant Students: Binational Collaborative for Teacher Education across Borders

Interview with Ana Hernández By Marilyn Huerta On October 14, 2015, Ana Hernández, Assistant Professor, from the School of Education (SOE) led engaging conversations with international guests from China, Mexico and The Netherlands. This international community engagement is an opportunity built on the pioneer work of former CSUSM colleagues in the SOE and the continuedContinue reading “Understanding Migrant Students: Binational Collaborative for Teacher Education across Borders”