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Schenkel Seeks to Build Meaningful Connections Between Kids and ScienceMay 12
Kathleen Schenkel co-leads bi-national project to explore innovative approaches to teaching science outside of the classroom.
Meet COE's Outstanding Graduates from the Class of 2022May 12
Nine inspiring students from diverse disciplines were selected as this year's standouts from the College of Education.
Honorary Doctorates to be ConferredMay 9
Tom Hom and Lidia S. Martinez will be honored at COE's Commencement for their service to San Diego and beyond.
Video: Rebecca Alvarez Garcia Comes Full CircleMay 5
STE credential student returns to her alma mater — San Diego’s Hoover High — to complete her student teaching.
Alumni Spotlight: Karina Wong is Driven to Serve Others at ‘Full Force’May 2
DLE alumna makes a difference in the classroom and as a tireless volunteer in the community.
CBB's Angela Byars-Winston Honored With 2022 Distinguished Alumni AwardApr 19
Community-Based Block alumna Angela Byars-Winston, a national leader in vocational psychology, is honored with the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Award.
See What COE Researchers Have in Store for AERA ConferenceApr 19
Several SDSU faculty members, students and alumni will present work as San Diego hosts on the annual conference.
CCBMW Offers Black Wellness Providers Connections, CommunityApr 19
CCBMW provides Black counselors, psychologists, social workers and others a chance to build community.
COE DIFFERENCE MAKERS: EDL's Wright Motivated By Untapped PotentialApr 19
A product of ‘failing schools,’ Department of Educational Leadership assistant professor James Wright is motivated to ensure that a promise isn’t squandered.
ARPE's Toni Saia Inducted into Disability Mentoring Hall of FameApr 19
ARPE assistant professor is a passionate advocate for understanding disability as identity and culture.