Dr. Laura Alamillo Appointed Interim Dean

Dr. Laura Alamillo has been appointed to serve a one-year appointment as Interim Dean of the Kremen School of Education and Human Development. Dr. Alamillo previously served as Associate Dean for the Kremen School and is currently the Executive Director for Programs for Children at Fresno State. Dr. Alamillo has a Ph.D. from the University of […]

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Teacher Credential Faculty Take Data Into Their Own Hands

Lisa Bennett and Cathy Yun were writing a grant proposal when it hit them: they couldn’t answer their most important questions with the data they had. Bennett, the coordinator of the multiple subject teacher credential program at Fresno State’s Kremen School of Education, and Yun, the coordinator of the school’s early childhood education teacher credential program, […]

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Central Valley’s 2017/18 Educators of the Week

In the Central Valley we pride ourselves on growing our community. One of the keys ways our valley can continue to rise is through education. Educators play such an important role in shaping the minds of the next generation. That is why KSEE24 celebrates 36 educators a year with Educator of the Week. “Our KSEE24 […]

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Celebrating 20 Years – Teachers and Friends of Education Honor Wall

20 Year History In 1993 a concept was created. Honor teachers and other members of the community who support education through the purchase of commemorative bricks. Dr. Robert Monke lead the project to build a Teachers and Friends of Education Honor Wall. “We thought we should come up with some type of project that would involve many […]

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2018 Kremen Dean’s Medalists

Undergraduate Dean’s Medalist Elizabeth Barba Placencia Undergraduate Degree Program: Liberal Studies Fresno State is a transformational university and Elizabeth is the perfect embodiment of someone who is dedicated to transforming the life of others as she pursues her own continued education and career. Her parents immigrated from Mexico when Elizabeth was an infant to give […]

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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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