#FunFactFriday: One College of Educational Studies employee has seen it all! Maria Lynch started working in the college as a Teacher Education Secretary in October 1984. More than 32 years later, she is now a Credential Specialist. A Chapman alumna herself, she started her career when CES was called the “Division of Education.... read more »
#FunFactFriday: Did you know that CES has a Learning Center in Downtown Santa Ana? Centro Comunitario de Educación offers students, faculty and community members the opportunity to host reading and parent education programs, teen mentoring, adult classes and special events. More info: https://www.chapman.edu/ces/centro/
#FunFactFriday: Did you know CES graduate students have the opportunity to enroll in short-term travel courses abroad? Last July, a group of 39 visited Vietnam and Cambodia with Professors Michael Hass and Whitney McIntyre-Miller. Watch graduate student Johnathan Vu's video to see their adventures: http://bit.ly/2eihL8U
#FunFactFriday: CES Distinguished Professor Peter McLaren is the author and editor of nearly 50 books and his writings have been translated into more than 25 languages. Five of his books have won the Critic's Choice Award of the American Educational Studies Association.
#FunFactFriday: The College of Educational Studies will soon be relocating short-term (starting 10/31) to the Becket Building at W. Palm Ave. and N. Lemon St. Reeves Hall renovations will begin immediately. This photo was taken during our last staff/faculty meeting held in the reading room Thursday.