CCOE Communications




Dean’s Message Welcome to Fall Semester 2018

As you read this, you are probably moving from that summer zone into the faster pace of an academic year. I hope that your summer was filled with many good things---a time for enjoyment, opportunities to refresh yourself and be with family and friends. I hope you are looking forward, like me, to collaborating and connecting, during Fall Semester with others in the CCOE and across campus


CCOE ABA Program Gets High Marks!

The ABA Degree Program Guide recently ranked the CCOE Master of Science in Counseling, option in ABA

#2 in the West for best ABA program. To read the full story, Click Here.


Dr. Snow Featured in CSU News

Over the summer, Dr. Ann Snow was featured in the California State University News discussing the need for additional English teachers in the state, and highlights the work of the CCOE in preparing and providing those educators to meet the demand. To read the full story, Click Here



Celebration of 50 Years of Chicano Studies


CCOE friends and King Hall neighbors, the Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies Department, celebrates the anniversary of their founding with a lecture and reception by Civil Rights activist and icon, Dolores Huerta.


To RSVP for the lecture, Click Here


To RSVP for the gallery reception, Click Here


Wilson on Team for Million Dollar STEM Training Grant

Dr. KiMi Wilson, an Assistant Professor in the CCOE Division of Curriculum and Instruction is part of the leadership team on project which was recently awarded a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to train faculty to better engage with students from all backgrounds who study science. To read the full story, Click Here.


Luskin Discusses College Promise Movement


Dr. Bernie Luskin, President of Luskin International, an Education and Media Solutions Company, former college and university president, and a CCOE Adjunct Professor, recently published a piece in Psychology Today as part of the Luskin Learning Psychology Series. To read the full story, Click Here.

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