Attention Alumni: Class Notes are back in Steps Magazine so submit your announcement today!

From happy engagements to exciting accomplishments, Class Notes are an opportunity to share personal and professional news, milestones, reflections and photographs. Did you get a new job or promotion, or have you launched a new business? Did you recently achieve a personal goal, like running a marathon or climbing Mt. Whitney? Did you get married?Continue reading “Attention Alumni: Class Notes are back in Steps Magazine so submit your announcement today!”

School of Nursing student cohort ABSN 36

Nursing students in the ABSN 36 cohort gathered for their first orientation this year and were professional, excited and happy to be kicking off their new program. After meeting though, they had to share some personality too! “Let’s do this,” students said. To learn more about nursing programs offered at the Cal State San Marcos,Continue reading “School of Nursing student cohort ABSN 36”

The Virginia Hansen Speaker Series Kicks-Off Spring Semester at Cal State San Marcos

On January 14, 2020, teacher candidates from the Multiple Subject, Middle Level, Single Subject, Integrated Credential, and Concurrent credential programs participated in a day of professional development at Cal State San Marcos.  Sponsored by the Virginia Hansen Endowment Fund, teacher candidates were inspired by Alex Kajitani and Steve Bruecker who taught effective classroom management andContinue reading “The Virginia Hansen Speaker Series Kicks-Off Spring Semester at Cal State San Marcos”

This Is What Happens When Parents Play Video Games with Their Kids

When parents play video games with their kids, it’s a win-win for everyone. Dr. Sinem Siyahhan says it’s a great opportunity for bonding and problem-solving. One of her goals is to show that playing games “could be a context for togetherness.” Dr. Siyahhan is a professor of educational technology and learning sciences at Cal StateContinue reading “This Is What Happens When Parents Play Video Games with Their Kids”

Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House with our CSUSM Human Development Alumni Chapter

Join the Human Development Alumni Chapter on Saturday, January 25th for a volunteer day at Ronald McDonald House in San Diego! We will have the pleasure of preparing, serving, and cleaning up lunch for families whose children are staying at Children’s Hospital. This is a wonderful opportunity to give to those who could use some extraContinue reading “Volunteer at the Ronald McDonald House with our CSUSM Human Development Alumni Chapter”

Speech-Language Pathology Master of Science Program @CSUSM 5-year-accreditation review – Feb. 20, 2020

The Speech-Language Pathology Master of Science program at California State University San Marcos is undergoing its 5-year re-accreditation review by the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (CAA). Please join us and the site visitors for a public meeting Thursday, February 20th, from 4:00-5:00 pm in the newContinue reading “Speech-Language Pathology Master of Science Program @CSUSM 5-year-accreditation review – Feb. 20, 2020”

Communicate Less Verbally and More Visually

Bruce Heimbach was in the prime of his professional career as an architect/project manager for a large local construction firm when he unexpectedly suffered a massive stroke. After the stroke, he developed aphasia and was not able to communicate his basic needs and wants. Over time, Heimbach made a remarkable recovery and developed a newContinue reading “Communicate Less Verbally and More Visually”