COVID-19 - Virtual Instruction for the Spring 2021 Term
College of Education's course delivery method will be through virtual instruction through the spring 2021 term with few limited exceptions for in-person instructional and research activities that cannot be delivered in an alternate modality and are essential to the university’s core mission. For these activities, we will maintain rigorous standards of health and safety.
Link for additional information: https://csumb.edu/news/covid-19-continue-current-campus-operations-spring-2021
CONGRATULATIONS DR. JOSH HARROWER!
Colleagues, please join me in congratulating Dr. Josh Harrower. Josh was recognized this last week by the Monterey County School Climate Transformational Leadership Team for his incredible work with implementing PBIS at our local schools. He received the PBIS Inaugural County Champion Award. Dr. Harrower has done tremendous work in supporting our local schools. It is so nice to see him recognized for these efforts! Congrats Josh!
CONGRATULATIONS DR. JOANNA WONG!
Colleagues, please join me in giving congratulations to Dr. Joanna Wong!! Joanna was awarded funding in the amount of $60,000 from the Spencer Foundation.
The Spencer Foundation awards are highly competitive. This is a stellar achievement!
Honoring the life of Ulmont "Mark" Harrison
The students, faculty and staff of the College of Education mourn the loss of Ulmont “Mark” Harrison, Jr., a member of the Liberal Studies Department community and CSUMB family, who passed away August 2, 2020, after complications from heart surgery. Mark transferred from Hartnell College into the CSUMB Liberal Studies program in Fall 2019. He was a gifted student who overcame personal challenges as a first-generation college student with a disability, achieving outstanding academic accomplishments with a college GPA of 3.98, and was on the Dean’s List each semester at CSUMB. Mark was a passionate learner who actively and enthusiastically supported and contributed to the learning of his fellow students, and whose goal was to earn a teaching credential in Special Education.
The College of Education students, faculty and staff offer our sincerest, heart-felt condolences to Mark’s wife, family, friends, and loved ones. We are pleased to announce that Mark has been honored with a posthumous B.A. in Liberal Studies. He will be sorely missed. During this time of loss, we are reminded of the importance of community. Losing a fellow student and member of our university can be very difficult. We encourage those who feel they may need additional support to contact the Personal Growth and Counseling Center (831) 582-3969 for any assistance you may need.