Our fourth annual educational research symposium titled, “Applying Educational Research to Solve Problems of Practice” was a huge success! Students and alumni from our Education Doctoral program in P-12 and Community College leadership and Master’s in Higher Education program presented their research.
Students from our Master’s in Higher Education program (MSHE) collaborated with the College of Education’s Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership (C-REAL) and the City of Maywood to organize an education fair for the community.
We extend our congratulations to Dr. Estela Zarate on her recent co-authored publication in the Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research (ULTR). The article is titled “College access factors of urban Latina girls: The role of math ability perceptions”.