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With a deep commitment to social justice, accountability, and leadership, Claremont Graduate University's School of Educational Studies is producing visionary educational professionals who are ready to take on the challenges that face the field of education.

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03/09/2024

We're proud to announce that SES student, Lindsey Kunisaki, has been selected for the 2024 Laura Zucker Fellowship for Policy and Research.

In her forthcoming study, Lindsey will investigate the impact of Prop 28 from the perspective of school leaders, providing valuable insights into its effects on arts education. She extends her deepest thanks to Arts for LA for this incredible opportunity, which allows her to delve into a topic that is not only timely but also close to her heart.

Join us in congratulating Lindsey on this remarkable achievement!

03/08/2024

Happy International Women's Day from the School of Educational Studies at CGU! 🌟

We are committed to fostering an environment where women's contributions in education, research, and leadership are celebrated and supported. Today, we honor the past, present, and future women of SES and beyond who pave the way for a more equitable world.

Join us in reaffirming our dedication to promoting gender equity and empowering women in all spheres of life.

03/08/2024

Honoring International Women's Day with a Look into Black Women's Educational Legacy

Join us for a celebration of Black women's historical contributions to higher education. Claremont Graduate University's School of Educational Studies is proud to present the book release of "To Advance the Race: Black Women’s Higher Education from the Antebellum Era to the 1960s" by Professor Linda Perkins.

πŸ“š April 22nd – A Journey Through History with Professor Linda Perkins
This event is not just a book release; it's an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the significant strides Black women have made in advancing higher education against the backdrop of historical and systemic challenges.

Let's come together to honor the legacy and enduring influence of Black women in education on International Women's Day and beyond. Their contributions have shaped the educational landscape, paving the way for future generations.

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03/04/2024

Exciting Events for International Women's Week at CGU!

🌟 The Worker Wellbeing Lab is thrilled to announce our special lineup for International Women’s Week! 🌟

🎭 Event 1: Feminist Comedy Sketch Viewing
Date: Monday, March 4th, 2024
Time: 4:00-6:00 pm (PST)
Format: Hybrid (Details in your student email)

πŸ”¬ Event 2: Women in STEM Panel Discussion
Date: Thursday, March 7th, 2024
Time: 6:30-7:30 pm (PST)
Format: Hybrid (Details in your student email)

SES doctoral student, educator, and Latina STEMinist, Paola Rosenberg, will be a member of the "Women in STEM" panel, hosted by CGU Worker Wellbeing Lab, on March 7, 2024.

πŸ“Œ Registration & Location: Specific details on how to register and the location of the events have been sent to your student email.

For more details: https://research.cgu.edu/worker-wellbeing/news-blog/international-women/

03/01/2024

This Women's History Month, the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University celebrates the pioneering women who have significantly shaped the field of education. Their resilience and innovation have not only enriched learning environments but also championed the principles of equity and accessibility in education.

We are inspired by their legacy and are committed to continuing their work through our research, teaching, and community engagement. Join us in this celebration of the influential women in the SES community and beyond!

Learn more: https://www.womenshistorymonth.gov/

03/01/2024

Join us for The Bowen Annual Lecture where we delve into "The State of the Nation: Black Struggle, Affirmative Action, and American Higher Education."

πŸ—“οΈ Date: March 27, 2024
πŸ•– Time: 7:00 PM PST
πŸ“ Location: Albrecht Auditorium

RSVP now to secure your spot. See you there! Claremont Graduate University

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SES was honored to host Dr. Gloria Ladson-Billings, a luminary in the field of education renowned for her groundbreaking contributions to culturally relevant pedagogy and critical race theory. In an engaging session with Dr. Jimenez-Castellanos' advanced qualitative research methods class, Dr. Ladson-Billings shared her invaluable insights, drawing from a wealth of experience and research.

Her visit was much more than a lecture; it was a profound exchange of knowledge, experience, and encouragement, aimed at inspiring our students to pursue excellence in their educational endeavors. We are deeply grateful to Dr. Ladson-Billings for her generosity and to Dr. Jimenez-Castellanos for orchestrating this memorable experience. Their commitment to nurturing the next generation of educators and researchers is truly commendable and serves as a beacon of inspiration within our community and beyond.

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02/28/2024

🚨 Today's the Day! Don't forget to join us TONIGHT for the SES Statistical Training and Consultation Lab's exclusive webinar: "From Conceptual Diagram to Study Design and Findings in Quantitative Research."

πŸ“… Date: Today, February 28, 2024
⏰ Time: 6:00 PM - 6:40 PM PT

Featuring insights from SES PhD Candidate Lindsey Kunisaki and Dr. Guan Saw!

πŸ”— Last chance to RSVP! Email [email protected] NOW to grab your spot. See you there!

02/26/2024

πŸ“£ Attention SES students! Our next Magic Monday is happening TODAY, February 26, 2024!

Here's what's on the agenda:
⏰ 4:00-5:00 PM: Office hours with core SES faculty
⏰ 5:15-6:45 PM: Enrichment activity

Don't miss out on this opportunity to engage with faculty and participate in an exciting enrichment activity!

For location details and registration information, please refer to your CGU student email and Canvas announcements.

Let's make this Magic Monday memorable! 🌟

02/24/2024

Expand Your Evaluation Expertise This Spring with TEI at CGU!

This spring, seize the opportunity to elevate your evaluation skills with The Evaluators' Institute (TEI) at Claremont Graduate University. We're offering a range of professional development courses designed to enhance your understanding and application of evaluation methods, whether you're seeking to learn new data collection techniques, explore innovative evaluation approaches, or deepen your foundation in evaluation practice.

Our Spring 2024 course lineup includes a variety of topics such as data visualization, culturally responsive and racially equitable evaluation, and theory-driven evaluation practice, among others. These courses are tailored to meet the needs of both seasoned professionals and those new to the field, ensuring valuable learning experiences for all participants.

Current CGU students, faculty, and staff are eligible for discounted rates on all spring TEI courses. Don't miss this chance to advance your skills at a fraction of the cost.

For a detailed look at our Spring 2024 offerings and to register, visit our website. Have questions or need more information? Contact us at [email protected]. Plus, join our mailing list to stay updated on all future TEI programs and opportunities.

πŸ”— Explore TEI Spring Courses: https://tei.cgu.edu/upcoming-programs/current-program/

New book chronicles Black women in higher education | Claremont COURIER 02/23/2024

πŸŽ‰ We are thrilled to showcase the achievements of Linda Perkins, highlighted in the Claremont Courier for her latest book, "To Advance the Race: Black Women’s Higher Education from the Antebellum Era to the 1960s."

πŸ‘‰ Read the full article here: https://claremont-courier.com/featured/new-book-chronicles-black-women-in-higher-education-76908/

Join us in applauding Dr. Perkins for her remarkable work!

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New book chronicles Black women in higher education | Claremont COURIER Growing up in Mobile, Alabama, 73-year-old Linda Perkins attended segregated schools and overcame various harsh challenges, all in the pursuit of knowledge. β€œWe always got the leftover books from white people. You know, they were like 50 years old,” Perkins said. β€œThat was the reality of Black...

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Celebrating Black Scholarship During Black History Month and Beyond at CGU SES

Join us for a series of inspiring events this Spring, featuring dynamic Black scholars who are leading the way in educational research and scholarship. Please check your CGU emails for registration details.

February 26th – "Debunking the Grit Narrative in Higher Education" Book Release
Kick off the series with Professor Deborah F. Carter and fellow editors and contributing authors for the release of a pivotal book that challenges prevailing narratives in higher education.

March 27th – β€œThe State of the Nation: Black Struggle, Affirmative Action & American Higher Education”
Don't miss this lecture by Professor Eddie R. Cole.

April 22nd – "To Advance the Race: Black Women’s Higher Education from the Antebellum Era to the 1960s" Book Release
Conclude the series with Professor Linda Perkins as she unveils her latest work, exploring the significant contributions and advancements of Black women in higher education from the Antebellum Era through the 1960s. This book release offers a unique opportunity to celebrate and reflect on the enduring impact of Black women in shaping educational landscapes.

These events underscore CGU's commitment to elevating the voices and scholarship of Black academics and their invaluable contributions to our understanding of education, society, and history. Join us in celebrating their achievements and contributions to the field.

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02/22/2024

🌟 Exciting Webinar Alert for the CGU Community! 🌟

Join us at the SES Statistical Training and Consultation Lab (Stat Lab) for an enlightening session on "From Conceptual Diagram to Study Design and Findings in Quantitative Research". Our speakers will share how they take their quantitative research projects from conceptual models to study design to their findings.

Dive deep into the world of quantitative research with our esteemed speakers: Lindsey Kunisaki, Research & Evaluation Specialist at UCLA and Ph.D. candidate at CGU SES, and
Dr. Guan Saw, an Associate Professor at CGU SES.

πŸ“… Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
⏰ Time: 6:00 PM - 6:40 PM PT

πŸ”₯To secure your spot, RSVP now by emailing [email protected]

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02/21/2024

πŸ“£ Attention SES students, our next Magic Monday is February 26, 2024!

4-5pm: Office hours with core SES faculty
5:15-6:45pm: Enrichment activity

For location and registration info: see your CGU student email and Canvas announcements!

02/20/2024

Today, on World Social Justice Day, SES reaffirms its unwavering commitment to fostering a community where cultural and intellectual diversity are not just celebrated but are the bedrock of creative solutions to the world's most complex issues. Our dedication to advancing equity is a testament to our belief in the power of diversity to drive positive change.

As we observe World Social Justice Day, let's remember that the journey towards equity and justice is ongoing. At SES, we are committed to this cause.

To learn more about our strategic initiatives and how we're advancing equity at CGU, visit CGU's DEI Page: https://info.cgu.edu/equity/

02/19/2024

🌟 We are thrilled to share a new piece published on Inside Higher Ed by SES student Guillermo Lopez and his colleague. Their article, "Five Ways to Support Multilingual Learners of English," offers strategies for educators and institutions committed to fostering an inclusive learning environment for multilingual students.

πŸ“š Read the article on Inside Higher Ed: https://www.insidehighered.com/opinion/views/2024/02/09/five-ways-support-multilingual-learners-english-opinion

This publication draws on findings from the report "Translating Opportunity: Improving Postsecondary Pathways for Multilingual Learners of English," a collaborative effort between WestEd and Student Ready Strategies.

πŸ”— Access the report on WestEd: https://www.wested.org/resources/translating-opportunity-improving-postsecondary-pathways-for-multilingual-learners-of-english/

Join us in celebrating this achievement! Claremont Graduate University


Image: Partner and group work can help multilingual learners of English to build both content and language knowledge. (FatCamera/iStock/Getty Images)

Racial Capitalism and Student Disposability in an Era of School Discipline Reform | American Journal of Education 02/17/2024

SES Community Spotlight: Danielle Huddleston, a student from the joint doctoral (JDP) program has co-authored a publication, with Dr. Bianca N. Haro, titled "Racial Capitalism and Student Disposability in an Era of School Discipline Reform."

πŸŽ‰ Congratulations on this remarkable achievement!

Learn more about the publication here:

Racial Capitalism and Student Disposability in an Era of School Discipline Reform | American Journal of Education Purpose: Although California school discipline policy changes over the past decade have resulted in significant drops in suspension rates, scholars have found that racial disproportionality in punitive discipline persists for Black, Indigenous, and at times Latinx students. This study utilizes racia...

02/16/2024

We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Asha' Jones (JDP '23) has been awarded the prestigious American Association of Blacks in Higher Education (AABHE) Dissertation Award - First Place!

This esteemed recognition celebrates Dr. Jones for her exceptional achievement in successfully defending her dissertation, her impactful administrative role in higher education, and her dedication to research aligned with the African American or Black community.

Join us in congratulating Dr. Jones on this well-deserved honor! πŸŽ‰

02/15/2024

Celebrating Black Scholarship During Black History Month and Beyond at CGU SES

Join us for a series of inspiring events this Spring, featuring dynamic scholars who are leading the way in educational research and scholarship. Please check your CGU emails for registration details.

February 26th – "Debunking the Grit Narrative in Higher Education" Book Release
Kick off the series with Professor Deborah F. Carter and fellow editors and contributing authors for the release of a pivotal book that challenges prevailing narratives in higher education.

02/14/2024

Valentine's Day is here, and we're feeling the love for our incredible SES community! πŸ₯°β€οΈ

Let's spread some love and positivity together. Comment below and tag a fellow student, faculty, or staff member who has made your CGU experience extra special. Whether it's a study buddy, a mentor, or just someone who brightens your day, let's show them some appreciation! πŸ’—

Happy Valentine's Day, from SES!

02/12/2024

LeAD 6P Leadership Framework Workshop: Leaders aren't just born they're made. Walk away from this workshop with a better understanding of your personal leadership strengths and weaknesses and three SMART action strategies to implement in your personal leader development plan.

Details: https://www.cgu.edu/event/lead-6p-leadership-framework-workshop/

Thursday, February 15th 11:30am - 1:30pm

02/12/2024

We're thrilled to announce that Drs. Samara Suafo'a, Clinical Assistant Professor & Assistant Director of the Department of Teacher Education, and Claudia BermΓΊdez, Clinical Assistant Professor & Preliminary Program Coordinator of the Department of Teacher Education, are continuing Claremont Graduate University's partnership with the Anahuacalmecac American Indian Teacher Fellowship (AAITF)!

Their collaboration aims to prepare Indigenous individuals, who are non-traditional educators, to become language and cultural teachers at schools with a high proportion of Indigenous students in California.

Dr. BermΓΊdez is coordinating parts of the grant, while Dr. Suafo'a will teach "Disrupting Coloniality in K-12 Education: Indigenous Knowledge Systems as the Foundation for Radical Healing & Restoration," the second in a three-series sequence of classes.

Join us in celebrating this impactful partnership! Claremont Graduate University

02/10/2024

πŸ‰ Happy Lunar New Year! 🧧 Wishing you a year filled with happiness, prosperity, and good fortune. May the Year of the Dragon bring joy and success to you and your loved ones.

COMMENTARY: Strategic, sustainable residencies can help solve the teacher shortage 02/09/2024

We're excited to share some fantastic news from Dr. Rebecca Hatkoff who has just had a commentary article published in EdSource! πŸŽ‰

You can read the commentary "Strategic, Sustainable Residencies Can Help Solve the Teacher Shortage" here:

COMMENTARY: Strategic, sustainable residencies can help solve the teacher shortage If educator candidates are paid a living wage and receive plenty of support, they are more likely to remain in the profession.

02/08/2024

πŸŽ‰ Exciting News! πŸŽ‰ We're thrilled to announce that Guan Saw has been selected to be a fellow for the AERA Fellowship Program on the Study of Deeper Learning, with a research grant of $35,000 (2024-2025).

His project will investigate dimensionality and measurement invariance for second-order factors of deeper learning opportunities and competencies.

AERA announced the news here: https://www.aera.net/Newsroom/AERA-Highlights-E-newsletter/AERA-Highlights-January-2024/AERA-Announces-New-Cohort-of-Deeper-Learning-Fellows

Join us in congratulating Guan on this well-deserved recognition! Claremont Graduate University

02/07/2024

Faculty Spotlight πŸ“š Exciting News! πŸ“š

Marva Cappello contributed to the recently released 5th edition of the "Handbook of Research on Teaching the English Language Arts," edited by CGU alum Doug Fisher.

πŸ“– The chapter is titled "Teaching Multimodal and Digital Literacies."

Access the Handbook here: https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/edit/10.4324/9781003334392/handbook-research-teaching-english-language-arts-douglas-fisher-diane-lapp

DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003334392

02/06/2024

Attention SES students: details for our next Magic Monday on Feb 26th. We hope to see you there!

4-5pm: Office hours with core SES faculty
5:15-6:45pm: Enrichment Activity
Location: See your CGU email for details

This month's enrichment activity: Join us for a conversation with the editors of the recently published book, Debunking the Grit Narrative in Higher Education: Drawing on the Strengths of African American, Asian American, Pacific Islander, Latinx, and Native American Students (Routledge).

Dr. Angela M. Locks (California State University, Long Beach), Dr. RocΓ­o Mendoza (University of Redlands, CGU β€˜20), and our very own Dr. Deborah F. Carter (Claremont Graduate University) will discuss how grit is structurally embedded in higher education and the insidious ways it impacts college access and success in U.S. postsecondary environments. The evening will also feature authors from the edited volume.

02/02/2024

Groundhog Day greetings from the School of Educational Studies at Claremont Graduate University! Punxsutawney Phil may have weather predictions, but we're forecasting a year brimming with educational excellence and the brilliance of our graduate students!

Whether it's more winter exploration or an early spring of innovation, we're embracing it with enthusiasm. πŸŒ·β„οΈ

02/01/2024

Celebrating Black History Month! February marks the beginning of Black History Month, a time to honor the impactful contributions of the Black community. Join us in recognizing the achievements and significance of Black history!

The Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) is a cultural center and service unit within The Claremont Colleges Services. On behalf of The Claremont Colleges, OBSA is dedicated to providing support, resources and space for students of African descent to feel safe, valued, informed and connected. Learn about the Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA) here: https://services.claremont.edu/office-of-black-student-affairs/

01/31/2024

Join us for a webinar on 'Partnering for the Future: Designing Teacher Residencies That Are Strategic, Sustainable, and Equitable' with Claremont Graduate University & Corona-Norco USD

πŸ“… Date: Monday, February 26
πŸ•™ Time: 10 am PST

Register now: https://chapman.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3kM9XfViQ0mxWvcqHrHADw #/registration

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