Encuentros Leadership and the School of Education Motivates High School Latinos to Become Teachers

July 30, 2018 By Marilyn Huerta In response to a lack of Latino teachers in the California school system, the School of Education partnered with Encuentros Leadership to host the second teacher preparatory academy program at California State University San Marcos held from June 20-30. Eight high school students of Latino descent were invited to thisContinue reading “Encuentros Leadership and the School of Education Motivates High School Latinos to Become Teachers”

Students Aim to Save Lives: Learning CPR and Basic Life Support is Vital for All

June 25, 2018 By Marilyn Huerta Saving lives is important but unless you’re a medical professional, who takes the time to learn how? Every semester at Cal State San Marcos approximately 120 students enroll in Eliza Bigham’s Human Development 497 course and they conduct research on a variety of topics. Kathryn Head, Tatum Rios andContinue reading “Students Aim to Save Lives: Learning CPR and Basic Life Support is Vital for All”