The Holmes Scholars Program supports racially and ethnically diverse students pursuing graduate degrees in education to be future faculty in institutions of higher education. The goal of the program is to provide mentorship, peer support and professional development opportunities to scholars.
The James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education named Rangel Zarate, doctorate in educational leadership, and Barbara Dennel Alegria, education specialist degree in school psychology, as its 2022-23 Outstanding Students.
Ahlam Muhtaseb (communication studies) will participate in a program, “The Nakba and Palestinian Refugees 75 Years On: Why They Still Matter,” on May 17, and Enrique Murillo Jr. (education) was officially sworn in as a member of President Biden’s Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics.
Enrique Murillo Jr. and his fellow commissioners were sworn in during a ceremony at the White House, marking the official launch of the President’s Advisory Commission on Advancing Educational Equity, Excellence, and Economic Opportunity for Hispanics.
This is the 57th refereed book by Viktor Wang, associate professor of educational leadership and technology, and covers topics such as andragogical leadership, instructional technology, and digital andragogy.
The Holmes Scholars Program supports racially and ethnically diverse students pursuing graduate degrees in education to be future faculty in institutions of higher education.
“Educational Leadership and Voice for Critical Action: Leading Educational Policies and Practices in an Era of Change” brought together Southern California’s top educational leaders to engage in topics that will enhance K-12 and higher education opportunities.
The renaming of the college is in honor of the contributions of James and Judy Watson, longtime supporters of CSUSB, and their transformative gift of $8.4 million to support student scholarships and programs, the work of the Watson & Associates Literacy Center and a Dean’s Endowment Fund.
Alejandre ’88, ’93, was awarded State Superintendent of the Year by the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA). He will be formally recognized at the ACSA Leadership Summit in San Diego on Friday, Nov. 4.