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Year-End Message from Dean Tarver Behring

Shari Tarver Behring

As we move into the final weeks of this most unprecedented year of virtual instruction, we celebrate all members of our college community for their resiliency, commitment, and outstanding performance. A special congratulations to our credential candidates and graduates who are completing their programs! We are a mighty college and have continued to shine through the clouds of COVID-19.

The future looks hopeful as we receive indicators from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health that the pandemic is easing.. The beginning of fall semester will still see the majority of our classes remaining in a virtual format and on-campus COVID protocols and social distancing safety requirements will continue. However, we anticipate safety requirements to be eased as we move through the semester, and with vaccines now universally available, we can expect ongoing relaxing of COVID protocols. With this in mind, we believe that some classes may elect to hold in-person class sessions later in the Fall 2021 semester depending on student and faculty circumstances. The fall schedule can now be viewed at the online class schedule.  For the most updated information, please check with the course instructor at the beginning of the semester about the manner in which the class sessions will be offered. Please note that we plan to move the majority of our classes to an in-person format in the Spring 2022 semester, as long as safety permits this.

Read more about year-end plans, and fall fieldwork requirements, including deferment options

Education News

ACT-R Program Awarded Funding From Bechtel Foundation

April 16, 2021

The University Library

The California State University (CSU) has received funding from the S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation for the CSU Residency Year Service Scholarship Program. This prestigious scholarship program is particularly important for CSU candidates as the system produces half of California’s new teachers, averaging over 7,500 candidates annually. Our candidates are highly diverse, with nearly one-third Hispanic/Latino. More than two-thirds are Pell grant recipients. Read more

Lissa Stapleton Publishes New Book

April 14, 2021

Lissa Stapleton

In Dr. Lissa Ramirez-Stapleton’s new book, Black Deaf Lives Matter: A fun coloring & activity book about Black Deaf life, history, culture & sign languages, Deaf Black culture is the star of the show. In Black Deaf Lives Matter children can engage in learning about Black Deaf role models, history, and movements through an activity book aimed at ages 9 and up. In her beautifully illustrated activity book, Dr. Ramirez-Stapleton helps children bring the history, hardships, and joys of Black Deaf culture to life. Equal parts informative and fun, Black Deaf Lives Matter highlights this vibrant community. Read more

CSUN Alumni Honored as Teachers of the Year

April 12, 2021

The Education building at CSUN

The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE) have recognized five CSUN alumni with 2020-21 Teacher of the Year awards. Read more on CSUN Today

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