Santa Clara University is pleased to announce that Dr. Sabrina Zirkel, Associate Dean of Education at Mills College, will be appointed Dean of Santa Clara’s School of Education and Counseling Psychology, effective June 1, 2016.
Professor Marco Bravo has recently published several peer-reviewed journal articles on the importance of language in education.
The first Latino Education Summit: Silicon Valley started a conversation about the challenges, opportunities, and promises of the educational pipeline for Latino children, parents, and the working poor.
This article recounts a narrative of professional transformation inspired by the works of Paulo Freire and Gloria Ladson-Billings and advanced by a participatory action research (PAR) project.
Dale Larson, Professor, Counseling Psychology, received the Death Educator Award at the annual meeting of the Association for Death Education and Counseling in Minneapolis, Minnesota on April 14, 2016.
How do we help English learners have access to core content and engage in meaningful assessments?
A 1962 graduate of Immaculate Conception High School, Sr. Angelo Collins spent the first 15 years of her distinguished career in education as a high school science teacher.
Professor McElvain, recent publications discuss the challenges that Latino and Latina students face in the education system, and provides insight into solutions that would directly help reduce the educational gap.
Shauna Shipro has five book chapters being published this year. The studies she co-authored highlight meditation, mindfulness, and positive psychology in regards to mental health.
Kathy Liu Sun, a professor here at Santa Clara University's Education Department, wrote an article in The Washington Post about how the method teachers are using for preparing students for the Common Core math sections are far from ideal.
Jasmine Llamas Ph.D.: "Attempting to Successfully Straddle the Cultural Divide" & "What’s values got to do with it?"
Jasmine Llamas' published study focuses on the Hopeless Depression Model in regards to Mexican/Mexican-American youth. Her second publication explores the traditional and perceived cultural values that Mexican/Mexican-Americans have as a predictor of success.
ExCEL is an innovative program that creates pathways for outstanding individuals to teach in K-12 Catholic schools, while earning a Master of Arts in Teaching and fulfilling the requirements for a California Teaching Credential.
After an eye-opening experience in her multiculturalism class that led her to a great deal of introspection, SCU Counseling Psychology student Daniela Velasquez took a portion of SCU’s mission to heart: “to serve and advocate with underrepresented, underserved, and disenfranchised populations locally and globally.”
|Winter 2017 Deadlines|
|Counseling Psychology Programs||Oct 14, 2016|
|All Education Programs||Nov 04, 2016|