Research Colloquium Series

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The Center for Research on Educational Access and Leadership (C-REAL), in coordination with the College of Education, organize a monthly colloquium series for faculty and students to present their current research findings related to areas in education. Each semester four colloquium presentations are held, where a faculty member and graduate/doctoral student presented their current research findings.

The purpose of the sessions is to showcase:

  • Best practices in education
  • Current research
  • The future of educational research

Presentation Discussion

Additionally, the colloquium presentations are used to inform faculty members and graduate students of current research projects at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF). The research colloquia serve as an example to students on how to present their current research projects. Presentations typically outline the background of the project and the methodological design behind the research questions raise in a particular subject area. These presentations function as a forum for sharing insights, perspectives, and ideas that might aid us in serving learners and their communities. 

This event is hosted by C-REAL on the first Wednesdays of each month from 12:00-1:00 PM , located at CSUF-College Park building (CP-550 )

Past events:

“Migrant and Immigrant Communities in Education”
April 2017
Faculty Presenter
Pablo Jasis, Ph.D., Elementary and Bilingual Education, Associate Professor
“Nuestra Familia es Nuestra Fuerza: Building on the Strengths of Migrant Families Towards School Success

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Morenike Adebayo-Ige, Community College Leadership
“Immigrant Nigerian Women and Formal Education: Exploring Their Narratives in American Higher Education”

“Access, Teaching, and Learning”
February 2017
Faculty Presenter
Fernando Rodríguez-Valls, Ph.D., Secondary Education, Associate Professor
“Are we prepared to learn from and teach culturally and linguistically diverse students? Designing programs to meet and assess the needs of [im]migrant students

Doctoral Student Presenter
Lynn J. Wang, Ed.D., Community College Leadership
“AB 540: Tuition waiver policy in California. How student affairs professionals influence access for undocumented students”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/Fvbut2iV0OE

“Development of Teacher Educators”
November 2016
Faculty Presenters
Dr. Melinda Pierson, Department of Special Education, Department Chair & Professor
Dr. Janice Myck-Wayne, Department of Special Education, Associate Professor
“Development of Teacher Educators for a Global Society”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/4-Dz7vLFdCE

“Facilitating Effective Education”
October 2016
Faculty Presenter
Dr. Lisa Winstead, Elementary and Bilingual Education, Associate Professor
“Non-European “Immigrants?”: First-Generation Schooling Experiences in Post-Colonial France”

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Megan E. Brown, Ed.D., P-12 Leadership
“Response to Intervention: A Personnel Problem”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/846rFmqqp7E

Q&A: https://youtu.be/JoeAxFIIypk

“Responsive and Inclusive Education”
September 2016
Faculty Presenter
Dr. Suzanne Robinson, Special Education, Associate Professor
“Supporting Patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Medical Settings”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/3chJe1BB7ZA

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Anthony D. Mercado, Ed. D., P-12 Leadership
“The Influence of Progress: Monitoring Data Presentations on Educator’s’ Decision Making During the RTI Process”

“New Perspectives in Teaching and Learning”
May 2016
Faculty Presenter
Dr. Fernando Rodriguez-Valls, Secondary Education
“Teaching and Supporting Migrant Children in Our Schools: A Culturally Proficient Approach”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/UAEcb7K_dKI

“Why Do You Do It That Way? Collaborating in Cross Cultural Relationships”
April 2016
Presenters
Dr. Alicia Fedelina Chavez, Associate Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership & Policy University of New Mexico
Dr. Susan Diana Longerbeam, Associate Professor, Department of Educational Psychology Northern Arizona University
Available to view: https://www.slideshare.net/crealcsuf/teaching-across-cultural-strenghts
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/wmMzyWAbSVo

“Contemporary Issues in Bilingual Education”
March 2016
Faculty Presenter
Dr. Nawang Phuntsog, Elementary and Bilingual Education
“Homage to India’s Educational Lineages: Tibetanization of Diaspora Schooling in India”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/Oo-UEr3pe4E

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Futoshi Nakagawa, Athletics Academic Services
“The Decision-Making Process of Adult Learners Who are Nearing Completion of Their Institution’s Noncredit ESL Sequence”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/oe6gYoRhQuA

“Multi-Language Educational Environment”
February 2016
Faculty Presenters
Dr. Natalie Tran, Department of Educational Leadership
“National Resource Center for Asian Languages”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/CpqNEor6LFY

Dr. Stephanie Campbell, Department of Elementary and Bilingual Education
“Korean American Parents: Perceptions of School-Readiness and Preparing Children for Kindergarten“
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/dj3M3zbFEqA

Q&A: https://youtu.be/4ztA7enr-A4

“Persistence in Higher Education”
November 2015
Presenters
Dr. Estela Zarate, CSUF Department of Educational Leadership; Dr. Adriana Ruiz Alvarado, UCLA Higher Education Research Institute; Dr. Alessandra Pantano, UCI
“Persistence in Math: How Initial Math Placement Derails Progress Towards a Math Degree”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/3WG9_uNREZU

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Olivia Veloz, Community College Leadership
“Factors that Support Successful African American Male Student-Athletes at a Community College”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/AQD-GmBvgZI

Q&A: https://youtu.be/r6p2LkIZW8o

“Competencies and Outcomes in Higher Education”
October 2015
Faculty Presenter
Dr. John Hoffman, CSUF Educational Leadership
“The Development of Competencies in the Student Affairs Profession– The Process of Inquiry”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/2WnvmbYvfIM

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. David El Fattal, Community College Leadership
“A Framework for Examining Tailored Longitudinal Data to Advance Institutional Effectiveness and Student Completion”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/7elcxNsIyhQ

Q&A: https://youtu.be/UEvZeva5PpY

“Educational Partnerships”
September 2015
Faculty Presenters
Dr. Amy Cox-Petersen, Elementary Education
Dr. Cynthia Gautreau, Elementary and Bilingual Education
Dr. Michelle VanderVeld, Elementary and Bilingual Education
“Fostering Professional Partnerships between Universities and Informal Science Institutions”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/BoDKdCWDCtY

Doctoral Student Presenter
Dr. Cathryn Neiswender, Ed.D., Community College Leadership
“Effective Partnerships from Noncredit to Credit in Mathematics”
Available to watch: https://youtu.be/TXa_NwqAMZM

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