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MSHE second year student Raul Mendoza

Ed Leadership students host OC Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance event

The Educational Leadership Department is proud to recognize MSHE alumna Ashley Cherry, and second year MSHE student Raul Mendoza for their contributions to the Orange County Asian Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA; http://ocapica.org/us/) organization. Ashley currently works for OCAPICA and Raul is doing his fieldwork with OCAPICA.

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Meet our new Student Affairs Professional/Advisor Tina M. King

Meet our new Student Affairs Professional/Advisor Tina M. King

The Educational Leadership Department extends a warm welcome to Tina M. King who is our Student Affairs Professional/Advisor for our department. Tina is currently a doctoral student for our Doctorate of Education program. Tina previously spent the past 10 years in K-12 educational system in various roles. She began her career as a 6th and 7th grade teacher for Compton Unified School District, Compton. She transitioned out of the classroom as a Site Coordinator and Learning ...

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Dr. Natalie Tran’s upcoming project National Resource Center for Asian Languages Funded by Department of Ed

Dr. Natalie Tran's upcoming project National Resource Center for Asian Languages Funded by Department of Ed

Dr. Natalie Tran has been actively involved in developing a project proposal about establishing a National Resource Center for Asian Languages (NRCAL) at CSUF. Just recently, Dr. Natalie Tran's project has been funded by the Department of Education. The award period runs from 10/1/2014 – 9/30/2018.

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Meet our new Faculty Member Dr. Ken Gonzalez

Meet our new Faculty Member Dr. Ken Gonzalez

The Educational Leadership Department welcomes our newest faculty member Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Gonzalez. Dr. Kenneth Gonzalez received his B.S. in Psychology and Master's in Social Work at Worcester State College. He received his PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Brigham Young University.

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Dr. Ding-Jo Currie Awarded a $25,000 Grant from the Henry Luce Foundation

Dr. Ding-Jo Currie Awarded a $25,000 Grant from the Henry Luce Foundation

The Educational Leadership Department would like to congratulate Dr. Ding-Jo Currie for receiving a $25,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (LIFT) Program, a year-long pilot program. We are so proud of Dr. Currie's amazing accomplishment! For more information about Dr. Currie contact at 657-278-8036 or dcurrie@fullerton.edu.

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