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 celebration, part of the Homecoming Week festivities, will give graduates of the university’s Educational Leadership Doctoral Program a chance to reconnect with each other and with the CSUSB community. It will take place from noon-3 p.m. at the Santos Manuel Student Union, Room 106B.
The two-part webinar series, to be held Oct. 5 and 12, is a collaboration between the Institute for Child Development and Family Relations at CSUSB and San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.
Douglas Simpson, a recognized expert in ethics and a professor of education, is meeting with CSUSB Ed.D. candidates during their four-week course, Ethical Leadership and Decision-Making in Education. He is co-leading/teaching the class with Jacqueline Romano, a CSUSB assistant professor of education.
CSUSB’s Ed.D. program has been accepted into the AACTE Holmes Program, which supports racially and ethnically diverse students pursuing graduate degrees in education.
Olivia Rosas, Outstanding Doctorate Student, and Princess Marie Etuale, Outstanding Graduate, are the College of Education’s top students for the Class of 2020.
Information sessions on the doctorate in educational leadership program are set for Feb. 9, April 6 and May 4 a the Palm Desert Campus.
Cherina Betters, the Outstanding Doctoral Student, and Olivia Bushem, the Outstanding Graduate Student, will be recognized by the College of Education at 4 p.m. Saturday at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario.
A limited number of openings are available for PK-12 educators in the 2018 cohort of doctoral degree candidates in the educational leadership program at the Palm Desert Campus of California State University, San Bernardino.