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Dr. Estela Zarate. Photo courtesy of news.fullerton.edu.

Dr. Estela Zarate publishes in the Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research

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”.

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Dr. Natalie Tran to support Calif.’s first Vietnamese-English immersion program

Dr. Natalie Tran to support Calif.’s first Vietnamese-English immersion program

Our department extends their congratulations to our faculty member Dr. Natalie Tran for helping launch California’s first Vietnamese-English immersion program in the OC school district.

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Save the date for our upcoming annual research symposium

Save the date for our upcoming annual research symposium

Please join us for our fourth annual research symposium titled, “Applying Educational Research to Solve Problems of Practice,” featuring P-12 and Community College students and Alumni.

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Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (L.I.F.T.) to foster educational leaders

Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (L.I.F.T.) to foster educational leaders

The Leadership Institute for Tomorrow (LIFT) was created to provide mentoring to young diverse professionals seeking professional development in higher education leadership. These young professionals will be mentored by seasoned leaders including the following: college and university presidents, chancellors, deans and provosts.

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(from left to right) Dr. Dawn Person, Dr. John Hoffman, and Dr. Eric Rabitoy

Educational Leadership professors publish in the Journal of Hispanic Higher Education

Doctoral alumn and adjunct professor Dr. Eric Rabitoy ('13, Ed. D.) collaborated with Educational Leadership Department professors Dr. Dawn Person and Dr. John Hoffman in developing the manuscript entitled "Supplemental instruction: The effect of demographic and academic preparation variables on community college student academic achievement in STEM-related fields".

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