The CSUSB College of Education Office of Curriculum & Archives supports and collaborates with the COE and campus community to support continuous improvement.
Facilitates and coordinates the collection of COE reports/data and is responsible for digital archives. Supports the COE curriculum process. Maintains, interprets and contributes to the development of the COE Policy Manual.
Coordinates accreditation activities. Acts as a liaison between accrediting agencies and the COE, facilitating communication of accreditation requirements between accrediting agencies and programs.
Problem solves workflow and design issues in custom MyCOE Student Modules in PeopleSoft.
Oversees and coordinates the logistics for the COE’s Annual Graduate Scholarship and Research Symposium. Serves as a key planner for the annual LEAD Summit.
Serves on the COE Cabinet, Unit Assessment Committee, COE Curriculum Committee, Extended Leadership Committee, COE Scholarship & Research Committee, and co-chairs the Program Improvement and Effectiveness meetings, workshops and trainings.
Program data are available on MyCoyote Blackboard under COE Assessment & Accreditation Resourses.
Shown in picture: Dr. Marita Mahoney, Project Lead, CSUSB COE Office of Assessment & Research, smf Diana Quijano, Resource Specialist, CSUSB Office of Curriculum & Archives. Award recipients included project team members not shown: Tiffany Chiang, Lead Programmer, CSUSB Administrative Computing & Business Intelligence , Tanner Carollo, Assistant Director, CSUSB Institutional Research, Mariela Monge, Research Technician, CSUSB Institutional Research, Vivian Fang, Programmer, CSUSB Administrative Computing & Business Intelligence. The team has consulted with other CSU campuses and has shared their project for adoption in other CSUs.
Diana Arias Quijano
COE Resource Specialist
Office of Curriculum & Archives
College of Education Building - Room CE-221N
California State University, San Bernardino
San Bernardino, CA 92407