We are proud that the Michael D. Eisner College of Education remains one of the largest Colleges of Education in the CSU system, providing to our surrounding communities hundreds of outstanding new professionals in the fields of education, counseling, administration, and Deaf Studies. The Eisner College engages in transformative education and initiatives that put into practice our commitment to social justice, equity, access, and inclusion, and supporting the social-emotional well-being of university, school, and community members. I am grateful to our talented faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners, all instrumental in ensuring the excellence of our educational programs and community-serving centers. We have much to celebrate as we send forth our students to make positive contributions to our world!
The Department of Deaf Studies is proud to announce an upcoming event – Justice Can't Wait: Deaf People of Color Seeking Change Through the Arts Exhibit that will take place October 23, 2016 through November 2, 2016. Read more
Deaf Studies is advertising for a full-time tenure track faculty effective Fall 2017. This new Assistant/Associate Professor will be responsible for teaching American Sign Language and Deaf Studies content courses. Screening of candidates will begin on November 14, 2016. Read more