Writing the Book on Elder Abuse

Amy Carney, an associate professor in the School of Nursing, has co-written and edited, “Elder Abuse: Forensic, Legal and Medical Aspects.” Photo by Angelica Pena By David Ogul The abuse can be financial, psychological, physical or sexual. And when it comes to the elderly, it is only getting worse. All of which is why aContinue reading “Writing the Book on Elder Abuse”

Help Pave the Way for Aspiring Educators on Giving Day, Dec. 3rd!

Help remove barriers to entering the profession of teaching by donating to the Paving the Way for Aspiring Educators project. CSUSM’s teacher education candidates face a variety of rising costs as they seek to complete their teacher credential – from fees for credentialing exams to transportation costs that aspiring teachers incur going to local schools, andContinue reading “Help Pave the Way for Aspiring Educators on Giving Day, Dec. 3rd!”

Share your heart and help students receive stipends for Social Work Internships

Help solve our community’s biggest challenges. Social work is a profession aimed at helping and empowering the most disadvantaged and vulnerable populations in our society. It trains students to work with clients in real-world settings and requires a significant practicum component as part of their educational experience. CSUSM Master of Social Work (MSW) students completes significantContinue reading “Share your heart and help students receive stipends for Social Work Internships”

Every Student is a Future Leader

Empower the next generation of leaders! In our college, students come from many different backgrounds that contribute to our vibrant and growing professional community. You can help students to prepare for their educational goals or careers by presenting their research at professional conferences. Students work side by side with faculty who inspire them to beContinue reading “Every Student is a Future Leader”

Give on Giving Day to the Speech-Language Pathology Clinic!

Give to the Speech-Language Pathology Clinic – Tuesday, December 3rd! Help a child with speech sound disorder be better understood by their classmates. Help an adult who suffered a stroke regain their communication skills and reconnect with family. These are just some of the ways that you can transform lives by supporting the CSUSM Speech-Language Clinic.Continue reading “Give on Giving Day to the Speech-Language Pathology Clinic!”

Every Student is a Future Leader – Show your support on Giving Day, Dec. 3rd!

Giving Day is just two weeks away on December 3rd! Mark your calendars to show us your heart by supporting future leaders in health, education, social work and kinesiology! Your gift to the College of Education, Health & Human Services (CEHHS) will help solve the world’s major challenges. Our students are future leaders, practitioners, andContinue reading “Every Student is a Future Leader – Show your support on Giving Day, Dec. 3rd!”

Share your heart with the School of Nursing Student Healthcare Project on Tuesday, Dec 3rd!

Mark your calendar to Give to the School of Nursing Student Healthcare Project – A Free Community Healthcare Clinic)   Help us bridge the gap to quality, accessible healthcare for our neighbors in need. The Student Healthcare Project is a community health clinic that was founded in 2011 to provide FREE medical services to low-income, underinsured and uninsuredContinue reading “Share your heart with the School of Nursing Student Healthcare Project on Tuesday, Dec 3rd!”

Community Champions meet with CEHHS Dean Emiliano Ayala at Cal State San Marcos

Nov. 5, 2019 Marilyn Huerta Left to right: Frank Foster, Chuck Matthews, Steve Lilly, Greg Snaer, Emiliano Ayala, Shannon Cody, Larry Francis, Jim Callahan, Jeff Segal, Brenda Hall, and Carmen Garcia “As we partner together in the future, I’ll lean on you to serve as both a champion for our college and to serve asContinue reading “Community Champions meet with CEHHS Dean Emiliano Ayala at Cal State San Marcos”

Student focuses on academics while husband is deployed

Rossemary Archila-Michels will be graduating next month with a degree in Human Development and an emphasis on Adult and Gerontology Services. “My time at CSUSM has been a roller coaster,” she says. “With schoolwork and my personal life, I was experiencing many highs and many lows and I worked very hard on my schoolwork atContinue reading “Student focuses on academics while husband is deployed”