Accomplishments: College of Education

March 10, 2021
Norma A. Marrun, De'Ana R. Mauldin, and Christine Clark (all Teaching and Learning), along with Tara J. Plachowski, '19 PhD Teacher Education, published an article, “Teachers Don’t Really Encourage It”: A Critical Race Theory Analysis of High School Students’ of Color Perceptions of the Teaching Profession," in Multicultural Education Review. Marrun, Mauldin, and Clark all are affiliated with the Cultural Studies, International Education, and Multicultural Education program. Mauldin is a...
March 9, 2021
Danica G. Hays (Education), published a grounded theory study, "A Grounded Theory of Counselor Educators' Academic Leadership Development," in the Counselor Education and Supervision (CES) journal. The qualitative study provides a theoretical model of academic leadership engagement based on interviews with 20 counselor educators with academic leadership experience. Implications for facilitating academic leadership engagement are provided. CES is the flagship journal of the Association for...
March 2, 2021
Travis A. Olson (Teaching & Learning) began his two-year term as the president of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) on Feb. 28. During the past year, he has served on the council's Executive Board as president-elect. Three years prior to that, Olson served on the RCML Executive Board as secretary. After his term as president, he will serve the board a final year as past president. The RCLM's official journal, Investigations in Mathematics Learning, is published four times...
March 2, 2021
Marcela Rodriguez-Campo (Teaching & Learning) published the article "Testimonio in Education" in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. The article explores the historical origins and functions of testimonio in order to understand how it has been adopted within educational settings as a pedagogy and method for decolonial work. 
February 22, 2021
Kenneth Varner, Steven Bickmore, P. G. Schrader (all Teaching and Learning), and Danica G. Hays (Education), along with David L. Carlson (University of Arizona) and Dorothea Anagnostopolous (University of Connecticut) just had their second edited volume of the Corona Chronicles released from DiO Press. This volume, the second of two, carefully weaves together more than 33 chapters with perspectives on the processes, leadership, commitments, and hope associated with the experience of COVID-19....
February 18, 2021
Danica G. Hays (Education) has been elected to serve on the Governing Council of the American Counseling Association. Hays, interim dean and professor of the College of Education, will represent the Association for Assessment and Research in Counseling on the governing board, beginning her three-year term on July 1. The association represents more than 60,000 professional counselors across various practice settings.
February 10, 2021
Bradley Marianno (Educational Psychology and Higher Education) with co-authors Paul Bruno and Katharine Strunk published "The Effect of Teachers’ Union Contracts on School District Efficiency: Longitudinal Evidence From California" in the journal Sage Open. 
February 9, 2021
Latoya Burdiss (Educational Psychology and Higher Education) has been named to the NSHE Chancellor's Task Force on Mental Health. She is a PhD student.
February 5, 2021
Jared Lau (Counselor Education, School Psychology, and Human Services) and colleagues Atsuko Seto (The College of New Jersey) and Kent Becker (Saybrook University) recently published their article, "“When You Take This Jump and Cross Racial Boundaries”: Parents’ Experiences of Raising Multiracial Children" in The Family Journal, the official journal of the International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors, which is an official division of the American Counseling Association.  In their...
February 4, 2021
Chia-Liang Dai (Teaching & Learning) and Manoj Sharma (Environmental & Occupational Health) have published the article, "Efficacy of Meditation-Based Interventions on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Among Veterans: A Narrative Review" in the journal Advances in Mind-Body Medicine in association with Taj Haider of Civic Center (New York). The article highlights the potential role meditation can play in alleviating the symptoms of PTSD in veterans. Dai and Sharma also published an...
February 1, 2021
Luis Ortega and Kristine Jan C. Espinoza (both Educational Psychology & Higher Education) presented during the CSN Spring Convocation on Jan. 15, on "Exploring 'Servingness' at CSN for Dual Designated HSI and AANAPISI Statuses." Both Ortega and Espinoza are doctoral students.
January 27, 2021
Jungnam Kim (Counselor Education, School Psychology, and Human Services) published the manuscript “The Relationship Between High School Sophomores’ Purpose Orientations and Their Postsecondary Completion a Decade Later” in the Professional School Counseling Journal. She worked alongside colleagues at California State University at Fresno on the relationship between high school sophomores’ purpose orientations and their postsecondary completion a decade later by examining the data from the...