Skip to Main ContentCOE HomeSDSU Home

Monday, February 1, 2016

Owen Awarded for Leadership in Early Childhood Development

owen award
Kathryn Owen, a lecturer and alumna within the Department of Child and Family Development (CFD), has received an award from the World Forum Foundation Child Care Exchange.

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Leadership Minor Opens New Doors to Student Leaders

leadership minor
Employers are consistently looking for prospective employees who exhibit the leadership qualities necessary to succeed in an organization. Luckily for San Diego State students, the College of Education has opened a minor that teaches students how to be effective and valuable leaders.

Friday, January 29, 2016

School of Teacher Education Offers Online Masters Degree in Teaching

online masters
The School of Teacher Education is offering a fully online Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program, allowing both teachers and students alike the opportunity to avoid fighting traffic and scheduling conflicts and to interact through their degree programs online.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Starck Recognized by Mortar Board for Work in Student Affairs

tanis rotaract
Dr. Tanis Starck, who serves as the College of Education’s Assistant Dean for Special Projects, was honored by Mortar Board for her work in Student Affairs.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

SDSU Hosts Western Regional Noyce Conference

San Diego State University hosted the 2015 Western Regional Noyce Conference at the Loew's Coronado Resort in November, with the conference chaired by the School of Teacher Education’s own Dr. Donna Ross.

Monday, January 25, 2016

China Trip Enriches Educational Leadership Experience

edl china
Over the winter break, ten doctoral students from the Department of Educational Leadership participated in an amazing study abroad trip to the People’s Republic of China.

Friday, January 22, 2016

COE Graduate Promoted to VP of Mesa College’s Student Services

Dr. Ashanti Hands, a Community-Based Block (CBB) Counseling Program graduate who also received her Educational Doctorate in Community College Leadership from San Diego State, has been named the new Vice President of Student Services for San Diego Mesa College.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Ludvik Honored for Work and Research in Student Affairs

marilee award
Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, a professor of Postsecondary Educational Leadership, has recognized as a Diamond Honoree by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) for her work in student affairs.

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Harris and Wood Represent SDSU at White House Webinar

white house
Dr. Frank Harris III and Dr. J. Luke Wood represented both San Diego State and the College of Education at a White House-sponsored webinar aimed at developing strategies for recruiting and retaining African American men through Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degrees in community colleges.

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

CRMSE Provides Stage for Global Sharing of Ideas

The Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education (CRMSE), a joint College of Science and College of Education Center, has hosted numerous research presentations this past Fall semester, hosted by both graduate students as well as distinguished faculty from other schools.

Students with Disabilities 'Bridge the Gap'

The Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education has adopted a new program that will prepare students with disabilities to join the workforce after they receive a college degree. Titled “Bridging the Gap from College to Careers,” the new curriculum was developed by a UC Berkeley professor and has been turned into a three-unit class at the College of Education.

The San Diego Union-Tribune recently featured the program detailing the different aspects of the curriculum.

Guatemala Excursion Emphasizes the Value of Distance Learning

San Diego State students and faculty are making a difference around the world, this time with a trip to Guatemala to assist in primary schools and to donate valuable computer equipment.

Ashley Details Her Journey from the Reservation to the Classroom

be the change
Receiving an education is one of the most valuable experiences one can achieve in the United States today. But for Alyssa Bahdesbah Ashley, that experience means more than just earning a degree. Ashley, a graduate from the College of Education’s School Psychology department, grew up on a Navajo reservation in Arizona and was able to tell the inspiring story of her upbringing and education through the Pearson Education website. Visit the Pearson website to learn more about her story and her time spent at San Diego State.

Project SPOKES Works to Identify Needs of Special Educators

project spokes
Last Spring, the College of Education’s Improving Futures Fund awarded support to Project SPOKES—Sustaining evidence-based Practices of preK-22 Education Specialists—in order to allow new special education teachers to identify their needs.

Uline Recognized for Contributions to Learning Environments Research

Dr. Cynthia Uline, Professor Emeritus in the Educational Leadership department, has been formally recognized by the Association for Learning Environments for outstanding service and contributions to the Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces.