Tag - Attallah College of Educational Studies

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Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Receives $2.5 Million Gift to Advance Inclusive Education The Inclusive Schooling Initiative will address persistent challenges of inadequate inclusion between general education classrooms and students with disabilities.
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Become a Teacher of Teachers Attallah College's Ph.D. in Education program prepares educators for research, leadership
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Chapman Hires First Director of LGBTQ Pride and Achievement
Sarah Wilson (MACI '23) has earned a Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in South Korea.
Chapman Education Student Earns Fulbright Scholarship to Teach in South Korea Sarah Wilson (MACI ’23) is the fifth Attallah College of Educational Studies student in the past decade to become a Fulbright Scholar.
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ORANGE COAST MAGAZINE: What It’s Like To: Discuss Mental Health at the White House Chapman alumna Justine Bautista was invited to present her ideas at a youth mental health forum at the nation’s capital.
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Chapman Holds Inaugural MLK Community Award Reception
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VOICE OF OC: Is OC’s Old Brand of Conservative Republican Sunsetting?
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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
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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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