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News from the SDSU College of Education
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Navarro Martell Garners National Latina Woman of the Year AwardMay 12
DLE assistant professor to be honored on May 19 by Mexican American Opportunity Foundation.
Camarena Honored for Commitment to Equity in Sex TherapyMay 11
CSP assistant professor and nationally-certified sex therapist works for BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ inclusion in the field.
Student Spotlight: Where Wetlands Protection and Social Justice IntersectMay 11
CBB master’s student Kristen Goodrich aims to find solutions to protect both the environment and vulnerable communities.
SDSU, JDP Deepen Ties to OaxacaMay 11
A presidential delegation celebrated an MOU to formalize a partnership with La Universidad La Salle Oaxaca to encourage future collaborative research, conferences and more.
Office for Student Success Launches New Future Teacher Outreach EffortMay 11
Building relationships is key as team of lecturers looks to uncover diverse candidates from across campus, community.
Student Spotlight: Regina Choy Finds a Calling Supporting ‘My Brothers and Sisters’Apr 26
Award-winning rehab counseling grad student is inspired to help fellow veterans find meaningful careers.
Grad Students Travel to Berlin as Part of Push to Expand International OpportunitiesApr 26
SSF-funded project aims to expand global learning experiences for underrepresented students
New Certificate Explores a Decolonial Approach to HealingApr 26
CSP’s marcela polanco launches program based in Spanglish and decoloniality specific to Abya Yala (Latin America).
SDSU Educator Works to Improve Safety, Inclusion for LGBTQIA+ YouthApr 25
Educational Leadership assistant professor Vinnie Pompei is part of a state committee creating a new cultural competency training course for educators.
Embracing ‘Fivey-One’: NSF CAREER Award Explores How Kids Learn MathMar 13
Associate Professor Nicholas Johnson hopes to add nuance to an understanding of what good instruction looks like.