Constance Iloh, a PhD Candidate in the Urban Education Policy program, was nominated and selected as a recipient of a 2014 USC Remarkable Woman Award.
Rossier EdD student Oryla Wiedoeft, who is a school site administrator in LAUSD, has won a scholarship from the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
All teachers have the capacity to become leaders in their schools. They do not have to carry an official title or be appointed to a position to positively influence student outcomes.
Eight outstanding Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) students at Rossier have won the James Patterson Teacher Education Scholarship, which was established by the best-selling crime novelist and literacy advocate to support future English teachers.
By Andrea Bennett Rossier’s most recent international activities continue to make news and make a difference. Study tours, collaborative student projects, and faculty appointments are addressing issues in education from a truly global perspective. Rossier continues to nurture and expand its partnerships throughout the world. Costa Rica In June 2013, 12 EdD candidates travelled to […]
STAND, which features MAT-TESOL student Deidra Cooper, follows a Krump dance troupe as it takes a stand against violence and poverty.
Sherry Kendrick EdD ’01 (pictured at right), retired superintendent of Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District, referred her colleague Melissa Moore to Rossier’s EdD program.
Anna Liza Olivares, who expects to receive her MEd in Educational Counseling in 2015, has been awarded the Region 9 Graduate Student Scholarship from NACADA.
PhD candidate Constance Iloh has been invited to speak at the Hammer Forum for the 2/6 event “The Privatization of Education.”
Adrianna Kezar and PhD student Dan Maxey co-authored a paper titled, “An Examination of the Changing Faculty: Ensuring Institutional Quality and Achieving Desired Student Learning Outcomes.”