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  • Dr. Bweikia Steen Serves as Panelist at the 2018 National Professional Symposium

    April 23, 2018

    Dr. Bweikia Steen, Associate Professor of Education and Director of Early Childhood Education, will present at the 2018 National Professional Development Symposium in Chapel Hill, NC, April 24-25, 2018. Dr. Steen will serve as a panelist at the plenary session titled, “Education is a Game Changer’ and a second panel titled, “Making Higher Education Work for Working Early Childhood Educators”. Dr. Steen, in two parts, will share her personal journey as an early childhood educator and the support of T.E.A.C.H. and making higher educator work for the workforce.

    In separate news, Dr. Steen will be awarded the 40 under 40 Award by the Cal State East Bay Alumni Association. This award recognizes young alumni who have made significant contributions toward improving and uplifting their communities. The alumni association will celebrate and recognize Dr. Steen’s achievements at an awards ceremony on, Friday, April 27, 2018 in Oakland, CA.




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    Dr. Diana Watts Presents Paper at the AAG Annual Meeting

    April 16, 2018

    Dr. Diana Watts was invited to present a paper at the American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting in New Orleans, April 10-14, 2019. In alignment with the conference theme on urban geography, the paper, titled “Municipal Food Surplus Recovery Strategies, Doing Good or Doing Well? A Preliminary Study of Baltimore, MD”, addressed food waste and food recovery and the affect of local food governance strategies in Baltimore, MD.

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    Dr. Evelyn Iraheta Speaks on “School Counseling, Professional Identity, and Working with Immigrant Populations”

    March 13, 2018

    Dr. Evelyn Iraheta (’10), Trinity alumna and adjunct instructor in the School of Education’s Counseling Program, was interviewed by the American Counseling Association’s Counselor Career Stories Column on “School Counseling, Professional Identity, and Working with Immigrant Populations”. Dr. Iraheta shared her experiences as a DCPS School Counselor, a licensed clinical professional counselor in MD, a national certified counselor, and an approved clinical supervisor working (for 10+ years) with diverse populations, including immigrant children, youth, and families. Dr. Irehata discussed how rewarding her experience as a counselor educator and school counselor supporting DCPS students and families is, especially as she herself is a product of DCPS. Congratulations to Dr. Iraheta for this recognition and for her amazing example: empowering the community from within the community!




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    Dr. Deborah Taub Authors a Chapter in Effective Literacy Instruction for Learners with Complex Support Needs

    March 5, 2018

    Dr. Deborah Taub, assistant professor of special education in the School of Education, was lead author on “Inclusive Literacy Instruction: State and National Standards and Beyond” in the second edition of Effective Literacy Instruction for Learners with Complex Support Needs: Second Edition. The chapter identified components of effective literacy instruction that is universally designed to meet the needs of all students, including those with disabilities. It provided instruction on how to create standards aligned lessons where all students are held to high expectations.  

     The book was published by Brookes Publishing and is available here:


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    Dr. Mary Hayes, SND, presents paper at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association

    February 27, 2018

    Dr. Mary Hayes, SND, Professor of History, presented a paper at the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Catholic Historical Association (ACHA) on, January 6, 2018, in Washington, DC. The title of the paper is, “Julie Billiart, the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, and the Crisis in the Diocese of Ghent 1811-1815”.

    Click here view a copy of the 2018 ACHA conference program.


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