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Upcoming EPC Information Sessions

October 4, 2017

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The Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling will be having a series of information session for our programs in: College Counseling and Student Sources, Development, Learning Instruction and Evaluation, Early Childhood Education, and many more! Read more

Want to Become a K-12 Administrator?

September 19, 2017

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Want to become a K-12 administrator? The department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies is now accepting appliations for our on campus K-12 MA/Tier1 Perliminary Administrative Services Credential Cohort starting Spring 2018. Read more

CSUN is moving to Canvas!

September 5, 2017

Move to Canvas

After December 31, 2017, Moodle will no longer be available and CSUN will transition to Canvas -- a modern, open, user-friendly teaching and learning platform for today's faculty and students. 

 

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6th Annual Research Colloquium

September 5, 2017

Solorzano 2017

Using the Critical Race Tools of Racial Micro Aggressions to Examine Everyday Racism in Academic and Service Spaces. Our 2017 keynote speaker is Daniel G. Solorzano, Professor of Social Science and Comparative Education, Director of the Center for Critical Race Studies, Graduate School of Education and Information Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. Read more

Welcome Message from Dean Shari Tarver Behring

August 28, 2017

Shari Tarver Behring

Greetings as we begin a new academic year and a new time to move forward. And what challenging times these are! As we look to the future and wonder how each of us as unique individuals can make a difference, one impactful way to do this is to become a teacher, administrator, school psychologist, school counselor, Marriage Family Therapist, or Educational Therapist. As one of the highest rated Colleges of Education in the state, the Michael D. Eisner College of Education offers professional preparation in all of these areas, as well as an undergraduate degree in one of the top Deaf Studies programs in the country. Read more

Toward a Culture of Self-Care

August 24, 2017

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If more colleges and universities implement self-care programs, the result will be more engaged campuses that are capable of promoting greater student success, producing higher levels of research and serving as exemplary educational models. Read more

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