Tag - Attallah College of Educational Studies

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STUDY INTERNATIONAL: ‘Belonging’ is key to college students’ success, researcher says Michelle Samura, associate professor of education, says belonging on campus takes ongoing effort – by students and their college

Salena Preciado

Chapman University Honors Two Graduate Students Salena Marie Preciado and Rachel Wiegand are recipients of 2022 James L. Doti Outstanding Graduate Student Award.

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Chapman’s Educational Studies Programs Work to Build Inclusive Curriculum Coursework embeds students in local communities, providing opportunities to promote equity and inclusion.

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Chapman Graduate Programs Enjoy Big Jump in U.S. News Rankings Health sciences, business, education and law rank among the nation's best in latest report.

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Lessons at Chapman Lead to Action in Africa A nonprofit founded by Sarah Nininger ’13 provides vital services to a Ugandan community.

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Champion Of Change High school counselor Beau Menchaca (M.A. ’02) leads a transformation of culture, multiplying the number of students who attend college.

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School Counseling Alumni Honored by OC Department of Education

Chapman Professor Lends a Hand in Puerto Rico Her vacation becomes a relief effort for storm-damaged schools.

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Save the Date for State of the University, Friday, Feb. 23 President Struppa will share new five-year plan.

Lasting Lessons – As a teacher and philanthropist, Donna Ford Attallah ’61 sows seeds of generosity that continuously enrich the lives of Chapman students. As a teacher and philanthropist, Donna Ford Attallah '61 sows seeds of generosity that continuously enrich the lives of Chapman students.