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Pete Menjares (PhD ’98) has been appointed President of Fresno Pacific University

Prior to that, he was Vice Provost at Biola University, where he worked for 16 years.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Alumna Named Getty Trustee

Los Angeles Times reported that Thelma Melendez de Santa Ana (PhD ’95), superintendent of Santa Ana Unified School District, was named to the J. Paul Getty board of trustees.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Graduate Student Helps USC Undergrads Connect to Class

USC Rossier School of Education doctoral candidate Benjamin Heddy knows students learn best when they are emotionally connected to the material.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Rossier faculty, students and research associates presented at AERA annual meeting

More than 30 faculty members and 50 doctoral students and research associates presented their research at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting in Vancouver this past week.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Dr. Gokalp has accepted a tenure-track position in Turkey

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Dr. Gokce Gokalp (PhD ’08) has accepted a tenure-track Assistant Professor position from the Department of Education Sciences at Middle East Technical University in Ankara, Turkey.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

PhD student Megan Chase published article in Community College Review

Megan Chase, PhD student and research assistant for CUE, recently published an article titled “Benchmarking Equity in Transfer Policies for Career and Technical Associate’s Degrees” in Community College Review.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Provost Ph.D. Fellow Caitlin Farrell awarded Provost Travel Award

Provost Ph.D. Fellow Caitlin Farrell was awarded a Provost Travel Award by the Graduate School, which covers the cost of travel to academic conferences and research sites.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Alumni News

Learn more about how Rossier alumni are impacting their communities and the world of education. Whether it’s a promotion or a publication, they’re doing great things!Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

Building Capacity to Support Students in Military Families

At USC, an interdisciplinary team of researchers is already working to help schools address the unique challenges faced by students in military families.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

The New Contrarians

Rossier students and alumni continue to fight for better educational opportunities for students.Leave a comment • Continue Reading →

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