A Big Accomplishment for Our Student Assistants

The Student Assistants at the Kremen School of Education and Human Development are a vibrant piece of the day-to-day tasks at the school. They not only perform their job responsibilities but they also gain individual relationships with the faculty, staff and leadership at the school. This year, we have four Student Assistants graduating with a […]

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Honoring Our Retiring Faculty

The retiring faculty at the Kremen School of Education and Human Development at Fresno State have made a significant impact to our school. They are not just retiring but also leaving a legacy of years of work in their departments. Paul Beare, Ph.D. Dean, Kremen School of Education and Human Development 15 Years of Service Dr. […]

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The Kremen School’s New and Improved Website

The Kremen School of Education and Human Development has revamped their website. With new navigation and design elements, this website provides students with a more user friendly experience. The Kremen School website is mostly used by current and potential students. Therefore, the ease of finding program information is very important. The way in which the […]

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Outstanding Graduate Students

Each year the Division of Research and Graduate Studies and the Graduate Net Initiative host a Graduate Student and Faculty Mixer. This is an opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of our graduate students and the faculty who helped them succeed. This year the Kremen School of Education and Human Development nominated seven graduate students for their […]

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Little Free Library Opens to Provide Books to Students

Dr. Laura Alamillo, Associate Dean, joins Dr. R. Joseph Rodriguez, Assistant Professor in the Department of Literacy, Early, Bilingual, and Special Education, for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Little Free Library. Dr. Rodriguez is passionate about literature and making sure it is accessible for everyone, that is why he opened a Little Free Library […]

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Huggins Center Celebrates the Week of the Young Child at Fresno State

Fresno State’s Programs for Children along with the Huggins Center celebrated the annual Week of the Young Child. Children engaged in a week full of festivities heightening their senses, building on their skills and letting their minds explore through creative activities. The Week of the Young Child is hosted by the National Association of Education […]

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Anita’s Heart Beats in Two Languages

Story courtesy of Anita Gonzalez, MS in Counseling – School Counseling Student I was raised by two amazing immigrants from Zacatecas, Mexico! My parents came to the United States with hopes to offer my brother and I a better future from what they had. My parents risked their lives crossing the border and living horrible […]

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ESM Waiver Approved! No CSET for Multiple Subject Credential

Fresno State’s Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies program has been approved by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) for an Elementary Subject Matter (ESM) Waiver! As a result, Fresno State BA in Liberal Studies students who have graduated on or after Spring 2016 will no longer need to take the CSET in order to […]

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Celebrating Special Education Teachers at the Carolyn Dobbs Awards Reception

The Carolyn Dobbs Special Education Teacher of the Year Award recognizes the importance of the work of special education professionals. The award is named after Mary Carolyn Dobbs (1911 – 2011), a California State University, Fresno alumna, who became a teacher and internationally renowned pioneer in special education. Her selfless work brought significant changes at the […]

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The Week of the Young Child Honors Dr. Benninga

The Central California Chapter of the California Association for the Education of Young Children (AEYC) has chosen Dr. Jacques Benninga as the 2018 Honoree at the Week of the Young Child reception. Dr. Benninga is a Professor Emeritus/Chair Emeritus for the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the Kremen School of Education and Human Development. “You have […]

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