“Innovative Practices in Education,” presented by CSUSB’s James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education, is the theme of this year’s summit, set for 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at the Santos Manuel Student Union North. Register for the summit online.
Designed, created and installed by students, “Eternal Learning” consists of 850 square feet of ceramic tile that depicts humans at work, study and play among larger-than-life books. The project took five years to make with the help of 20 CSUSB students.
The Celebration of Teaching, with the theme “The Future of Education Is in Your Hands,” is scheduled from 4 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, in the Center for Global Innovation at Cal State San Bernardino.
Nena Torrez (education) was interviewed for a segment on the Project Impact initiative to increase the number of K-12 male teachers of color, and Annika Anderson (sociology) discussed the work of Project Rebound, which assists the formerly incarcerated enroll at CSUSB and obtain their college degrees.
Project Impact is the vision of James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson College of Education Dean Chinaka DomNwachukwu to locate, recruit, train, mentor and then deploy minority male teachers to classrooms throughout the inland area and the state.
“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.
The college is being renamed in honor of James R. Watson and Judy Rodriguez Watson, longtime friends of the university and its College of Education. The ceremony is set for 11:30 a.m.
“Educational Leadership and Voice for Critical Action: Leading Educational Policies and Practices in an Era of Change,” will take place from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2.