We at the Michael D. Eisner College of Education value our faculty and staff and consider them to be one of our most important resources. In fact, we believe the success of the college itself is integrally tied to and dependent on our faculty and staff’s professional and personal success. As one of the largest public colleges of education in California, the Michael D. Eisner College of Education has assembled, through the years, an impressive array of ethnically and culturally diversified men and women who represent the communities surrounding our college.
Our faculty continue to be at the cutting edge in their individual fields. They are contributors to peer-reviewed journals and many of them are accomplished authors whose books are used not only in higher education, but also in K-12 schools. Many of our faculty have been quite successful in securing numerous grants from highly acclaimed organizations.
Our staff, who besides supporting their departments, interface on a regular basis with our students and engage in on going professional development to assure that they remain updated in all university processes and systems.
How is the College Organized?
- MDECOE Organizational Chart, Fall 2012-2013
- MDECOE Advisement chart 2012-2013
- MDECOE Centers and Directors
Information for Faculty
- Faculty and Staff files (authentication required)
- Grant Opportunities
- Website development
- Faculty Governance
- Faculty Job Announcements
- Government and Institutional Directories
Curriculum Meeting Schedules
Staff - Dean's Office
Deaf Studies 677-5116 TTY 677-4973 ED 1107
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies 677-2591 ED 1220
Educational Psychology and Counseling 677-2599 ED 1218
Elementary Education 677-2621 ED 1206
Secondary Education 677-2580 ED 1208
Special Education 677-2596V/TTY ED 1204
- Peoplefinder (university wide)