The Office of the Provost and the Campus Care Recovery Program, are excited to provide an opportunity for resilience and recovery from the stress that the last year has caused from the COVID pandemic and social unrest. Everyone is invited to join us on TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm., for a live virtual presentation by Laura van Dernoot Lipsky on Trauma Stewardship. Read more
October is Careers in Student Affairs Month. This month we celebrate the contributions, dedication and service of all Student Affairs professionals. We strive to bring awareness to the Student Affairs profession to promote our field. Read more
Congratulations to our exemplary faculty for their recent awards and accomplishments: Greg Knotts, Wendy Murawski, Kim Goldberg Roth, Minsung Kwon, Vanessa Goodwin, Samantha Toews, Connie Wong, Will Garrow, and Dimpal Jain.
We are thrilled to share the good news that the Eisner Foundation board has approved a general operating grant in the amount of $400,000 over two years to CSUN for the Michael D. Eisner College of Education. This is a renewal of the 2-year support we received from the Eisner Foundation which ended in December, 2021. This funding is especially welcomed with the significant increase in student enrollment in our college credential programs as we work to meet the teacher shortage and diversify the teacher and other school-based workforce while dealing with budget cuts with the pandemic. Thank you very much to the Eisner Foundation for their continued support, and thanks to all of our college family who helped with this process. Read more
Along with colleagues from Ethnic Studies and Social Work, Dimpal Jain, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and Will Garrow, Deaf Studies, received CSUN’s Diversity and Equity Innovation Grant for the Ethnic Studies Education Pathways Project.Read more
The CSUN Office of Academic Technology in collaboration with the Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership and the Research and Sponsored Programs Office announce the launch of the Doctoral Academic Technology Equity Fellowship. The fellowship supports doctoral-level research and professional development in topics that include digital equity, identification and promotion of best practices in technology-based education, and solutions toward improved access to technology regardless of ability and socioeconomic background. Admitted and currently enrolled students in CSUN’s Ed.D. in Educational Leadership Program are eligible to apply by April 1, 11 pm . The applicant selected for the fellowship will receive a $1000 stipend at the end of the fellowship. To apply and for more detailed information, please visit: https://www.csun.edu/it/tech-equity-fellowship. Read more
Trimaine Davis, a longtime educator in Los Angeles, has been named one of the three honorary captains for upcoming Super Bowl LV this Sunday February 7th, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. Trimaine has been a tireless advocate for Black students with his prior involvement in CSUN’s Black Male Initiative and his current work as a Retention Coordinator with the VIPS Scholars program at UCLA. Read more
Dr. Wendy Murawski and Dr. Jack Bagwell have both had articles accepted into JSARD. This special issue is the first part of a two-part series celebrating the fifth anniversary of the Journal of School Administration Research and Development (JSARD). It is composed of nine short essays that address multiple elements of school leadership during the global pandemic. Congratulations, Wendy and Jack!
Dr. Jeremiah Gonzalez ‘07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Principal at Burbank Boulevard Elementary & Gifted Global Learning Magnet, and Dr. Veronica Ventura Gonzalez ’07 (MA in Educational Leadership), Assistant Principal at Vintage Magnet Elementary School, published a new book, High-Achieving Latino Students: Successful Pathways Toward College and Beyond (Information Age Publishing, 2020).Read more