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Deaf Studies Hosts Events for Prospective Students and Alumni

April 28, 2022

Deaf Studies Alumni Panel

The Deaf Studies Advisement Office recently hosted an event to encourage our students to pursue graduate programs at CSUN. We also hosted an Alumni Panel where our alumni shared about their career journey after graduation and current careers/positions. Here in Deaf Studies we love to provide opportunities for our alumni to share their knowledge and experiences with the next generation of future graduates! Read more

Alumni Spotlight - Meet Dr. Richard Pedroza (BA ’03, MA ’07, Ed.D. ‘19), Educator, Los Angeles Unified School District

April 28, 2022

Richard Pedroza

Dr. Richard Pedroza has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; a Master of Arts in Special Education Mild to Moderate disabilities; and a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership concentration: Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California. He is a LAUSD special education credentialed teacher in Science and Mathematics, holds an Education Specialist Instruction Credential, and a Cross-cultural, Language and Academic Development Certificate. In addition, Richard also maintains added authorizations in Autism Spectrum Disorders, English Language Development, and Educational Assessments. Read more

23rd Annual Michael D. Eisner College of Education Scholarship Recognition

April 14, 2022

Scholarship Recognition

Congratulations to our 2022 Scholarship winners! We are so proud of you and applaud your many outstanding accomplishments! We know that you have worked hard and made sacrifices in your personal lives to get where you are today. We join you in profusely thanking our generous donors who have invested their time and resources in supporting your efforts to achieve your dreams as educators. Read more

A Spring of Accomplishments

April 4, 2022

Congratulations

The Center for Teaching and Learning has much to be proud of this spring, including: working with partner schools, CTL on the Cutting Edge, podcast appearances, our esteemed Speakers Bureau, TCARE, Education on the Edge, conference appearances, and SIMPACT. Read more

ESEPP & Deaf Studies Presents Intersectional Deaf Studies Praxis: Alumni Panel

March 16, 2022

The University Library

The Ethnic Studies Education Pathways Project (ESEPP) and the Department of Deaf Studies presents Intersectional Deaf Studies Praxis: Alumni Panel on Friday March 18, 2022 at 4:00pm via Zoom. This panel will bring together alumni from CSUN’s Deaf Studies department who are engaging in Deaf intersectional praxis in multiple ways. Read more

Black Signers Club

March 9, 2022

 Black Signers Club

Are you interested in learning more about Black Signers Club? Check out their Instagram where you will find upcoming events, meet committee members, and more! Read more

Activists Against Orientalism and War

March 2, 2022

ActivistsAgainst Orientalism&War

The Ethnic Studies Education Pathways Project (ESEPP) presents “Activists Against Orientalism & War” on Monday, March 7th, 2022 at 7pm (PST), a discussion between two nationally renowned Los Angeles artist activists Tanzila “Taz” Ahmed (she/her) and Álvaro Márquez (they/them). Both Taz and Álvaro will be discussing their artwork and how they redefine identity and politics in relation to immigration, war, empire, and the act of othering through orientalism.  Read more

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